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VB.net Compare Assignment

Here’s the assignment for Lab3. The next class session will show us .

 

Social Engineering / Hack attempt

Today I received a phone call at 5:24PM (CST) from (281) 593-3503 showed up on caller ID as Cleveland, TX. This is the 2nd call from this person, who had a strong foreign accent. The first time I received a call from him, I told him I wasn’t interested and hung up. This time I

WordPress Migration

Finally migrated my WordPress blog from the WP/ folder to the root directory, making it my main CMS for Strickstuff.com and KK4WMI.com. My todo list is: Work on menu’s Work on integration of Photo Gallery Update Photo gallery enough for now… Hopefully I’ll make this work…

Yet another new look

Yet another year is about to pass, as such, so should the old look. I was going for a “paper” look, to match the “theme” I have for my main site. Doesn’t really match, but it will work.  It is my intention to write more in my blog in 2012. I really hope 2012 to

MAC OS X on a PC

Going to high school in the mid 90s, computers wasn’t as modern as they were today. Our school was 97% Macintosh, 2% Apple IIE, 1% PC. These were the old Mac II’s I believe. There was only 1 PC that had a modem and hooked to a phone line, so I stayed in that room.

A+ Certification

Recently finished my degree, and have started studying for my A+ certification.  While finishing up my degree, I discovered that the Air Force will pay $4500 dollars to take classes for certifications.  Further research revealed that the Air Force offered free training CBT’s (Computer Based Training).  These CBT’s cover A+ and Network + just to

The Old days of Computing…

Ahhh… I’m thinking about loading the latest Sabayon Linux on these… Luckily they’re double sided/double density!!!… Although I never used an acoustic coupler, I do remember the 300 baud modem I first had with my Commodore… all the good ‘ole days…. When I got my 14.4k baud modem and an IBM… you couldn’t tell me

Ubuntu Netbook

Looking for something different, I recently downloaded and installed Ubuntu on my netbook. I have been a LOYAL Sabayon Linux user for many years now. I still use Sabayon, but wanted to learn another distribution. Since Ubuntu seems to be a popular distribution, I thought I would give it a try. I first downloaded the

New Computer

I am excited… just got a new computer. Since my old desktop was Ancient (AMD 3400+), I had to get a new computer. I had some extra cash, so I got me an AMD Phenom™ 9750 Quad Core processor. Stuck it in an ASUS motherboard, stuck 4 gigs of Corsair ram in it, a 1

New Computers

Greetings all… Since I haven’t replaced any computers in quite a while now, I figured it was time get the family a new computer or two. Picked the kids up an Compaq from Best buy. Ordered myself a barebones kit from Tiger direct and also my wife and I both got a netbook. We’re all