As promised, here is the second part of the post the other day. A disclaimer, these are only services and resources I've used in the past and found useful or appropriate for the situation at that time. I've noted the ones that I'm using currently and why I'm still using them despite more well known … Continue reading It’s not a matter of if, but when (Part II)
I received a letter from American Express yesterday. It was nothing out of the ordinary as they send me crap all the time, but this was different. The letter informed me that my information changed via a third party service sometime in January 2016. Red flag. The letter didn't tell me that this was an … Continue reading It’s not a matter of if, but when (Part I)
I often find myself day dreaming about the future of computers and how this massive human experiment is going to play out over the next few decades. I was well into my passion for technology when the Internet, as we know it today, became commercially available in 1992 and restriction-less (within open standard guidelines) in … Continue reading Ponderance of future technology
"Anonymous" hacked the CIA, Alabama State, and several Mexican websites this past Friday into the weekend. I'm not sure what they're trying to prove with the wacked manifesto's they've published justifying the hacking of those websites. I have to wonder what types of people they have actually doing these hacks. Scruffy guys, wearing t-shirts, sitting … Continue reading Hackers
We had a debate at work today on whether we think the Internet would become self-aware at some point in the near future. While it was mostly conjecture that resulted in us ribbing each other for stupid ideas, it did start me thinking down a path that I hadn't thought about for several years. A … Continue reading Self-aware Internet……woah!
I came to work today with a hat on because it was so nice I had all the windows down in my car. The hat has a graphic on the front similar to the hat Mike Myers wore in Wayne's World and says "WAN'S WORLD". "Man, you liked those movies enough to actually wear one … Continue reading Do we really “know” the Internet?