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Yemeni group hacks 3,000 Saudi govt computers to reveal top secret docs – report

Yemeni hackers have allegedly released thousands of top secret Saudi Arabia documents, including spies’ identities, after gaining “full control” of over 3,000 computers and servers belonging to Riyadh’s Foreign, Interior and Defense Ministries. 492 more words


A Software (App) Solution For The Nexus 5 Power Button Problem

I started experiencing an issue on my Nexus 5 Smartphone where the phone would enter into a reboot loop, rebuild the app list, etc… (common problem with the Nexus 5 when the power button is failing). 319 more words


This Week in Ontario Edublogs

It’s been another difficult week in Ontario Education but that didn’t stop the flow of great blog posts. Here’s what caught my eye…

Stop Pretending… 1,030 more words


Cracking the DSDT code

Kind of. I’ve mentioned before that I’ve been poking around in the DSDT tables from the Toshiba, in an attempt to figure out what’s going on. 278 more words


discoveryd Clusterfuck

discoveryd Clusterfuck.

From time-to-time Safari wouldn’t load sites and computers wouldn’t connect when they should. This article seems to explain why my home network, all Apple gear, doesn’t always seem to work. 18 more words


Problems with Microsoft Office?


Sometimes one of the programs just glitches. Sometimes an update causes a problem. Sometimes you do it to yourself when you get a bright idea like turning off the spelling/grammar/formatting check because it’s making you lazy as a writer. 323 more words

A Song of (V)ice and (Wi-Fi)re - Part 1

In a former life as a teenaged computer enthusiast with a very minor track record of excellence – terms like “coder” would be too generous – I briefly donned the mantle of wardriver, one of that patchwork, somewhat unmoored community of misfits (mostly men) who roll around town mapping the location of wi-fi networks using an antenna and GPS unit. 944 more words