Month: December 2007

Tired of PopUnder Ads? I use BlockSite…

Using a new gem of an addon for FireFox called BlockSite. I use it in conjunction with FlashBlock to block annoying ads, specifically those from fastclick.net and tribalfusion.com that only pop up when you click somewhere on the body of

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Back from vacation

Took a week off. Ceased working. Relaxed. Got cold. Went to quack doctor. [EDIT] Got wrong meds. Went to better doctor. Got correct meds.[EDIT] Took meds. Got better. Relaxed again. Drove home. Work tomorrow. *sob*

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Star Trek Jargon on Jeopardy Tonight

As the title says, so it was on the show. I got every one right. Sadly, it was too easy.

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Dial Up Networking Error 720 Fix for Windows XP

Finally found the definitive fix for error 720 in Windows XP if the problem is not caused by your ISP totally sucking b***s. The original fix was created by someone and was posted here. Here is my version for your

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Security! … and geek bits.

My blog is boring. It’s boring for security purposes. The reason I don’t have anything interesting to post here is because I don’t want random people on the Internets to know who I am in real life. It’s the Anti-MySpace,

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Six days since…

… I posted last. I have some cool work-related stuph to spout about, but it’s not public knowledge yet, so I can’t really go on about it. I want to, though. I want to put together my Ultimate Tech’s Toolkit

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Jingle bells

jingle bells, jingle all the way spent all day on christmas stuff and now I’m really done, YAY! jingle bells, jingle all the way oh what fun it is to see them smile on christmas day, YAY! Sheesh. How corny.

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Busy week in the shop

This week (and the entire month, really) was kinda nuts in the computer shop, but it was a blessing in disguise. I had four computer deliveries, about as many other on-site appointments, a dump truck full of paper work and

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