English: View of Cuenca (Ecuador) from the hill and village of Turi. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I got this wonderful article on assisted living facilities in Cuenca, Ecuador. You can read the original here, with pictures: Ecuador. The picture and article is very nice. Contrary to popular opinion, 3rd world countries can have excellent medical care. For example, I go to this Indian fast food…
Green Gobllin as he appears in Spider-Man: Friend or Foe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I did read issue #30 of Superior Spider-man. My interpretation is that all Peter’s memories still survived and he took them all back. Maybe I’m wrong. Even if I’m right, Dan might still play things out differently. Personally, I would like to see Doc survive. Perhaps help out Peter, in the form of the living brain
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Last week, I shared a story about stress. It’s called How to deal with IT and programming stress IT and programming stress. In the story, it mentions that programming is one of the most stressful jobs. It’s also a great paying job, which offers intellectual satisfaction.
How to deal with IT and programming stress
Cover of The Relaxation ResponseThis week, I came across two interesting topics on stress. But they involved stress in the IT and programming world.
New Business Technology: Why it Doesn’t Eliminate the Issue of Security
The word “upgrade,” unless you work in accounting or are possibly facing an all-night IT shift, probably gives you a warm, fuzzy feeling. Upgrades are symbols for new possibilities, better performance, and new features. When most people think of upgrades, they tend to overlook any potential downside under the false axiom of…
One smartphone user at Android Forums says their phone stays on for about “48 hours,” lasting about “4-5 hours” if they use it heavily (for browsing videos, game-playing, and other tasks). Another says they get about “10 hours” out of their phone’s battery if they use it for less intense activities like e-mail and surfing the web.
Regardless of the model of phone or service you’re using, your…
I’ve been subject to many phishing scams. But I’ve been successful at avoiding most, by following a few simple rules. Here are some guideposts to minimizing or eliminating phishing scams, as well as malware and virus attachments.
If the operating system is found to be not genuine, Microsoft Security Essentials will notify the user of the issue, and will cease to operate after a period of time…