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7 Geek Subspecies

The geek species has many different subspecies. There is a type of geek for just about every subject area in existance. You have food geeks, movie geeks, boating geeks, and more. This being a tech site, I'd thought I'd share a few subspecies from the tech strata.

Posted:2014-11-06, 1430 views

8 Reasons Why Your External Hard Drive May Corrupt

Computer not detecting external Hard Disk Drive? Probably you are looking for answers of that question and that’s why you are here. Extracting data form corrupt or inaccessible external hard drive isn’t an easy job and you might need to go through little advanced troubleshooting steps.

Posted:2015-10-08, 7954 views

Advice for Young SysAdmins

I've been working in the technology field for nearly thirty years. It's been a long and winding road, with many twists and turns. I thought I would take a minute and share some tips with my brethren who might be just starting out.

Posted:2017-06-06, 330 views

Are You an IT Old Timer?

I've been called graybeard. Old timer. Fossil. Dad. Grandpa. Geezer. I've been working in the technology field for over thirty years, so all these descriptors are probably fitting. If you're not sure you're an IT old timer, here is a description, and a few definitions for you young people.

Posted:2017-10-24, 188 views

Beat With A Stick List

Ever wanted to rant about something? Just go on an all out rage over something or someone? Here's your opportunity. That's what BWASL, or "Beat With A Stick List" is.

Posted:2011-06-25, 822 views

China Calls US Cyberattack Accusations Baseless

A team of Reuters reporters put out an article early this morning, wherein China apparently is trying to play the victim.

Posted:2015-09-11, 1803 views

Companion Service for Malicious IP Checker

Now that I've gathered a good sized database of malicious IP addresses, I thought I would dust off my keyboard and build a service for checking IP addresses for "badness".

Posted:2017-08-12, 983 views

Dead Disks, Dread, and File Retrieval(.com)

Recently, one of our developers came to us with a failed "server", and requested the IT department assist in recovering data from it. Powering the box on revealed the click of death. Ouch. Let's give this a shot.

Posted:2014-12-15, 2904 views

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