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Sure, I know there’s a newer version of SimCity; and, sure, there’s hundreds of pages with cheat codes. But, this game runs on my computer and it’s one of my favorites. Read more »

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One of the hardest things I learned while working on web development was the .htaccess file. Sure, I found tutorials everywhere, but most of them were written in a language I didn’t understand (remember, I was new to web development). So, here is a simplified tutorial on .htaccess and what it can do. Read more »

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You do not even have to own a computer to know that viruses are running rampant on the internet. Back in the “old days” all a virus would do is mess up your computer. Now with the interconnection that we have through are phone lines and cable jacks, a virus has the opportunity to use your computer to infect others. What is the solution? Try this free (for personal use) virus scanner. Read more »

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A New York State appellate court recently refused to dismiss a case stemming from a 7-year old’s injury while playing dodgeball in school. Groups are chiming in claiming that dodgeball is too dangerous for kids to be playing. Read more »

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If you are a normal computer user, you have passwords coming out of your ears. Think about it: bank PINs, logins, email accounts, alarm codes; they just all add some other random string of letters and numbers that you are supposed to remember. Read more »

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Do you ever find yourself needing to know whether an ethernet port will light up without actually hooking it up to a switch. Or, do you need to know what port on a switch a certain jack is plugged in to. Lucky for you, it’s really easy to make your own ethernet loopback cable. Read more »