Yearly Archives: 2008


Hi everyone,     Last week, Google decided to enter the browser wars with their “Chrome” browser.  Two of it’s biggest claims are the “Sandbox” feature (which improves security) and it’s ability to not crash if one tab crashes or becomes unresponsive.   Within a couple of days, I downloaded it and […]

Google Chrome Web Browser (Part 1)





Hi everyone,      This is one of my few non-tech blog posts.  Yesterday (July 25) the world lost one of it’s great men.  Randy Pausch, a professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, passed away from Pancreatic Cancer.  He was 47, and left behind a wife, three children, and […]

Loss of a Great Man….





  US-CERT Cyber Security Tip ST04-002 — Choosing and Protecting Passwords Hey everyone, This article is about choosing and protecting your passwords.  They describe why you should have passwords, and why it’s important to make sure those passwords aren’t easily guessed. A couple of more things to add to this […]

US-CERT Cyber Security Tip ST04-002 — Choosing and Protecting Passwords