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Ryan Sinclair
Attended Middle Tennessee State University
Lives in Murfreesboro, TN
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Heartbleed in pictures.

This is the most accessible explanation yet, from xkcd.

http://m.xkcd.com/1354/

#Heartbleed #xkcd #security
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Lifehacker Faceoff: OneNote vs. Evernote

Been an Evernote guy for a while and not sure I've always used it effectively, but I love getting quick/clear "scans" of receipts and documents on my phone and taking meeting notes.

Speaking of using it effectively, I highly recommend checking out +Jamie Todd Rubin's blog on Going Paperless at
http://www.jamierubin.net/going-paperless/

I also use Google Keep for quick notes/lists. I can't attest to OneNote. Nothing against it, just never got into it.

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"This is the largest car that I can afford!"
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Abruptly turn your computer off and on again so it knows who really holds the power.
 
TIP: Don’t be elderly.
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Due to the nature of the Heartbleed bug, you shouldn't change all your passwords just yet. LastPass will let you know which ones to change, and when:
This week, a giant security hole came to light that affects a large portion of the internet. As different sites recover, you'll need to change your passwords, and now LastPass tells you when to do so.
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Cast Away Today with VUDU for Chromecast

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If there was ever an album I wanted on vinyl, it'd be this one.
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"How to Make GIMP Work More Like Photoshop" http://feedly.com/e/3JOWjzNN
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Oooh... new Phantogram!
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Murfreesboro, TN
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South Fulton, TN
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I'm an uncle, tech enthusiast, amateur chef, and writer at heart.
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I'm the founder and primary contributor at CrashCTRL, a blog devoted to helping the layperson and techie at heart.

During the day, I work in I.T. and support technology for Rutherford County Government.

I enjoy all things tech -- whether that's to write about it, dream about it, talk about it, buy it, or help others with it on a day-to-day basis. 

I mostly prefer to tinker with tech, watch streaming media (via Netflix, Amazon.com, or my very own home theater PC), cooking, and writing the great American novel.
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Married to a great gal, uncle to three kiddos!
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  • Middle Tennessee State University
    Recording Industry, 1998 - 1999
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Came here the day before our last on the Fort Morgan peninsula for breakfast and really enjoyed it. Their homemade pancake syrup was tasty and unique. The country skillet with home fries was also very good. Sad we hadn't tried this place earlier in the week! We came back the same night to order takeout and ran into a little trouble because they were busy (they address this on their menu), but ultimately they let us go ahead and order some grub to go. We had the Crabby Chicken and the Fried Seafood Platter, which were both excellent choices.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Marina's never disappoints. The sausage & potato soup is very tasty (especially when it's cold out). You also can't go wrong with the manicotti or lasagna, and you may as well order some cheesecake or cannoli while you're at it. The dimmed string lights certainly bring a quaint, romantic appeal to the aged brick building settled on the corner of the town square. I'm not sure I understand other reviewers who say they'd rather go to Carrabas or The Olive Garden. Really? I am happy to support a local business (especially when there's great food and atmosphere), and it's within walking distance from my workplace. The lunch menu is reasonably priced (about $10 with tax & tip depending on what you get) and the staff is always great.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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