Author: @AlwaysInTao
Author of 20 enjoyable books and administrator of this awesome website.

Kids Rejoice New Apps By @Yingele_Parrot

Hello readers, As a father I'm picky about technology when it comes to kids. Age appropriate entertainment is hard to come by and edutainment is usually a horrifyingly bad joke…
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So Far This Week I’ve Written

Hello readers, This week I've been focused on editorial journalism - over at USA Politics Today A Conservative News Blog that I've come to enjoy in recent months! This is my…
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How Bitcoin Could Save The Internet

Hello reader, By now you have heard of Bitcoin and maybe have an idea about how the cryptocurrency actually works. The actual code used as a wallet changes on every…
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Tablet Keyboard Adventure

Hello readers, As a reviewer I've always had a quiet bias against tablets. No, scratch that. I've always had a bias against people who tout tablets as replacements for laptops,…
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Cyber Security Fact Check

Hello readers, While I consider it bad form to attack the helpless - there are too many myths floating around out there to ignore regarding safe or even useful practices…
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CyberRehab

From The Desk Of Oystein Torsas - Founder @CyberRehab Accountability Is Security Nobody wants less privacy on the internet tomorrow than we have today. If we don’t want government agencies…
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Several Ways To Make An Intrusion Detection System On Linux

Hello reader, You were minding your own business and suddenly it occurred to you that not only did you want to script an Intrusion Detection System - you wanted it…
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Developing A Security Suite

Hello readers, Recently I've been working alongside the folks at Cyber Rehab developing new software and new methodologies to combat some of the emerging threats in the Norwegian, European, and…
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Building A Security Distro On Suse Studios

Hello readers, Recently after researching the modern needs of most businesses, I decided that it was time to include a simple tutorial for building a reasonably powerful security distro for…
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Eliminating The Right Botnets

Hello readers, Are all botnets bad? Certainly not, there are countless beneficial botnets that do everything from indexing to counter attacking &... other stuff. But certainly there are bad botnets…
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The Medias Role In Your America

Hello readers, Expect this article to be both speculative and perhaps right. Unlike many "fake" media outlets regardless of political view I thought it might be wise to shed a…
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Microsoft Joins Linux Foundation

Hello readers, By now some of you have heard or perhaps even read articles about Microsoft joining the Linux Foundation. This includes some support from Microsoft - $500,000.00 per year.…
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The Merits Of Alternative Operating Systems Like ReactOS

Hello readers, We have just added our interview with the developers of ReactOS to this very article where we'll tackle some serious questions about OS development, addressing the problems that…
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A Notable Instagram Illuminati WhatsApp Scam

Hello readers, As some of you know there are nefarious schemes out there today. Some of us believe there are actual evil corporations, and even perhaps global organizations with a…
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Meditation And Dreaming

Hello readers, If all that you observe is outside of you in your estimation, where does your experience of observation occur? The brain is a bit like a secretary who…
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Visual Studios 2015 Community Edition For Python

Hello readers, Recently my programming practice has been primarily on the Linux operating system family, and for most of what I do this is totally sensible. Linux has the best…
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Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Hello readers, Having just updated to build 1607 - The Windows 10 Anniversary Build - I decided to look over the new features and mention some of the highlights. Cortana…
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Buying A Better Computer On A Tight Budget

Hello readers, What would you do if you had less than $200 dollars to get your next computer - but you needed it for work? You would start looking online…
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A More Secure Linux

Hello readers, As operating systems go there are preferences worth reviewing, and features worth noting within the world of Linux. Many of my readers use Linux for the same reasons…
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Another look at Elementary Linux loki

Hello readers, Often as we progress through the operating systems life cycle we reach points of contention. In the case of Elementary OS we have two distinctly different animals. Freya…
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Zen Musings

Hello contemplatives, It's been awhile since we went down the rabbit hole and some of you might wonder why. I suppose the majority of my recent reflection has been upon…
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Some Very Basic Python

Hello readers, Rather than trying to wow you with some mega complicated code snippets; which you might not understand, and I probably couldn't really explain, I figured maybe on occasion…
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Installing A New Operating System Via USB

Hello readers,   Whether you've done it once or a million times, installing a new operating system can be either utterly painless, or a nightmare, depending on a few critical…
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An Approach To Blogging

Hello readers, Whether you have been blogging for years or are just getting started, you will likely come to points where you wonder what to do. This brief guide may…
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Stages Of Understanding

Hello readers, As a race of beings who learn from our environments, we suffer from an incomprehensible amount of confusion about our world due to information being available that could…
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Google Fuchsia And Other RTOS

Hello readers, Recently it was announced that Google was developing an operating system that could (according to some) potentially compete with both; Google Chrome, and Android, which are both largely…
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More Linux Bash Commands

Hello reader, While we can find most of these by searching directly in the terminal it isn't always practical to stop a task to search via --help. Often we resort…
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A Reasonable Future

Hello readers, We certainly now have politics and partisan policies to squabble over for decades to come. We can't quite identify where all of this started but we can certainly…
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React OS Versus Windows NT

Hello readers, React OS is an open source operating system that acts as a drop in replacement for windows on older machines. For all intents and purposes React OS functions…
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#WritersCross

Since 2011 a group of authors and artists have been involved in a fellowship of cooperation, and collaboration. As a resource they have demonstrated their goodwill to other authors, and…
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Dear Linux

Hello readers, I've written about the Linux Operating Systems for awhile now and wanted to see how far this request would go throughout the community. Dear Linux; For quite some…
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No Gui Isn’t Really The Arch Way

Hello readers, Chances are if you can read this sentence you are using a graphical web browser, and haven't tried to visit a website any other way. Not that people…
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Today

Hello readers, Today - I decided that if I had a few million dollars to play with I'd buy a Hotel over near Virginia beach. Not because I've always wanted…
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IBM OS/2 Review

Hello readers, In a recent article we were discussing some of the finer points of Haiku and I referenced IBM's OS/2 Warp 4.52. As promised a bit of history and…
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Haiku Review

Hello readers, In pursuit of unusual operating systems I find myself trying new things constantly. Recently I tried the old IBM OS/2 Warp 4 for example and may feature it…
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The Camera Bias

Hello reader, In this brief study on human behavior I'll ask you to consider the information presented here from your own unique perspective and to conclude for yourselves the implications…
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Courses In What We Know

Exclusive Courses Available In Any Of Our Topics Contact Via Email Link On Top Bar -- Specify a desired course for price lists. Example: Linux Basics $250.00 - 3 week…
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Parrot Security

Hello readers, Over the course of studying various operating systems and security distributions I was admittedly late to trying Parrot Security, and am only now tinkering with it in a…
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Grep Help At A Glance

Hello reader, I'm just appending text for a quick reference for new Linux and Mac users, I certainly didn't write the help manual. Usage: grep [OPTION]... PATTERN [FILE]... Search for…
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The Death Of Social Media Marketing

Hello readers, By now many of you have seen dreams of social media related business services dashed on the rocks of indifference. The reasons are simple, Between the countless spam…
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Leopold And The Vampire

Leopold winced as his fingers cramped on the cold steel of the railroad trestle. He knew his grip was failing and knew he had lost his footing and so he…
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The Entire Curl Manual

This manual was appended to text directly from bash but for your ease of use I've simply copied it here. NAME curl - transfer a URL SYNOPSIS curl [options] [URL...]…
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Mental Science

Hello readers, In the past I may have mentioned the works of Judge Thomas Troward, including: The Edinburg Lectures, Bible Mystery and Bible Meaning, The Hidden Power, just to name…
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BunsenLabs Linux

Hello readers, As a Crunchbang enthusiast I was understandably reluctant to try any of these would be #! "successors." As a regular admin/user who has to date used nearly every…
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Arguing With Reality

Hello reader, Wishes, prayers, spells, invocations, secret sigils, and devotionals all have something in common. They rely on the premise that under special circumstances a reality may be shifted or…
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Mainframes And Cluster Computers

Hello reader, A quick look at the differences between: Cluster Computers Mainframe Computers Workstations PC's A cluster computer is a system that uses many smaller computers in tandem to accomplish…
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10 Points Of Focus For A Change Of Experience

Hello reader, No matter what you are currently experiencing it is entirely possible to become more aware of yourself in the present, and begin shifting towards your favored way of…
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Microsoft’s Augmented Reality Program

Hello reader, From around the mid 1980's (Nintendo era,) many of us were looking at the infancy of shooter games and imagining more immersive experiences. The ones that early virtual…
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The Real Mech Suits

Hello reader, Long gone are the fantasies of childhood for many of us. Among them the daydreams about piloting giant robots into battle, or flying motorcycles... because they aren't just…
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Review

Hello reader, Having recently won a Samsung Galaxy 4 Tablet in a contest online, I decided to go ahead and "review" it. At first glance I notice the wifi only…
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Quantum Computers And Related Technology

Hello reader, If you have even a passive curiosity about technology and have researched quantum computers, chances are you didn't get very far unless you started reading about it quite…
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Counting Parrots By Yingele

Hello reader, Once in a while I come across an app for kids that truly surprises me. My son often checks out the games but seldom finds any apps that…
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The Practicality Of General Artificial Intelligence

Hello reader, The more things change In the ancient world man tried to reconcile the notion that we were created beings. The concept of gods or demigods flourished and waned…
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The Mind

Hello reader, Our evolution towards fourth dimensional "being" requires a greater understanding of the nature of our minds both collectively and individually. Collectively the argument can be made that we…
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Understanding Zen

Hello reader, There are many people out there who understand what Zen is and perhaps as many who understand how it came to be, how it works, etc. This article…
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Straight Talk Mobile Hotspot ZTE Z289L

Hello reader, Today I'm testing (and using) Straight Talk's ZTE Z289L mobile hotspot. The device only cost's $50 (roughly) at Walmart. I discovered after some research that it offers the…
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10 Incredibly Useful Programs For Windows 10 Users

Hello readers, I've been using Windows 10 alongside Linux Mint 17.3 and I discovered a few things you might want to do to get more functionality out of your Windows…
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Setting Up A Business Development Bootcamp

Hello reader, Can you list 20 things every business out there struggles with? If so you might be in a unique position to provide a service that solves many business…
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Examining What Holds Value In Meditation

Hello reader, Beyond any conceptual thinking a mind retains a recognition of "importance" related to our focus while in the deepest meditative states.  Without thinking in words, we find ourselves…
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Linux and Windows Versions Of Similar Software

Hello reader, There are thousands of applications with nearly identical counterparts between these two operating system "types." Of course there are probably many similar counterparts for Mac users, but that…
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About Nothing

Hello reader, In the broader sense an article should be about something, even when the subject is supposedly nothing. In this case the nothing is in fact the Buddhist reflection…
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Will It Work In Wine

Hello reader, Packaging a program for use on any operating system requires a basic understanding of the necessary libraries and files required to run on that operating system. An example…
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Virtualbox Stays Useful

Hello reader, If you aren't already familiar with Oracle's Virtualbox software,  I'll try to summarize quickly what it is, before explaining why it actually is going to be relevant for…
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Confronting The Question

Hello reader, Most philosophy lends itself to a select group of truth seeker. The variations in each philosophy can be washed away to a casual  reader. While those variations may…
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Crunchbang Linux 2016

Hello reader, From it's earliest days until May of 2013, Crunchbang Linux was an extraordinary piece of Linux desktop wizardry. Created by Philip Newborough roughly around the time of Ubuntu…
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Celebrating Microsoft’s Customer Service

Hello reader, What is it about calling to activate a Windows installation that makes us feel like we're stealing cable? Is it just me? In any event, I've had occassion…
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Linux Mint 17.3 Mate Vs Cinnamon

Hello reader, Now that 17.3 is out, Linux Mint has implemented some changes that will make the casual user take notice. In most cases an upgrade isn't absolutely necessary. If…
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Driver Management For Windows And Linux

Hello reader, One of the more tedious aspects of installing a new operating system is finding the drivers for your hardware devices. In many cases computers are only assigned their…
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Must Have Linux Apps 2015

Hello reader, My list of essential Linux applications for anyone doing anything online. KDENLIVE: This video editing software features overlay compositing and lossless compression as an export feature. The learning…
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5 Best Tablets Of 2015

Hello reader, Through extensive browsing and research I've come up with a list of the 5 best tablets of 2015. While this is strictly speaking opinion, it also suggests the…
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The Zealots Guide To Computer Security 2013

Hello reader, While I kick myself for including the publishing date in the title, the book remains as useful today as it was when I published it. Packed with useful…
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10 Useful Windows Shell Commands

Hello reader, Many Windows users were excited to see the inclusion of powershell in Windows 10. Some of the oldest remaining dos style commands still in use are still the…
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15 Useful Administration Shell Commands Linux

Hello reader, Whether you are the primary user or just one of many on a Linux machine, there are terminal commands that can bring lots of useful information to you…
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Security On Mobile Devices

Hello reader, Even as you read this someone's phone credentials are being used to access their phone or tablet. It isn't that mobile devices are inherently less safe, but they…
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Windows Security Solutions

Hello reader, Aside from a decent antivirus many users don't spend much time thinking about security on their home computer. There are at least a few applications and practices which…
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Useful Linux Security

Hello reader, Rather than focusing strictly on distributions I thought I'd list some applications that run on Linux which can be useful when configured correctly. Samhain An intrusion detection system…
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Taoism Vs Always In Tao

Hello reader, As altruistic as my book is, true strict Taoism? Certainly not. Always In Tao differs from traditional Taoism by reinventing how we look at Eastern philosophy using a…
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Libre Office And Gimp

Hello reader, Two of my favorite programs on the Linux operating system are actually available for Windows users as well, and can be life savers for writers or bloggers. The…
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The Product Is This Moment

Hello reader, Meditation done correctly can change a person's life in a multitude of ways. Over the past 20 years it has shifted my attention to a more grounded, more…
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Some Useful Linux Tips

On the old site we had quite a bit of interest in our links regarding Linux codes, some of the top searched were: Reinstalling grub 2 after installing in multiboot…
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Brad’s Crossing

Hello reader, I am officially celebrating my 20th book release. Brad's Crossing is the tale of a woman named Eleanor who stumbles upon a dead man's journal and spends a…
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That Windows 10 Upgrade

Hello reader, Around 4:30 am I saw it sitting in the corner of my Windows 7 desktop. That Windows 10 Upgrade Button... I've had a love hate relationship with the…
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Confidence In Manifesting

Hello reader, In my attempts to shine lights on the way things work I have been studying various lectures by Neville Goddard, Genevieve Behrend, and others. Among the more interesting…
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Windows 10 Post 29th Blog From An Insider

Hello reader, In several articles so far I heralded Windows 10 for a variety of reasons and decried the few negative experiences I had. These consisted namely of driver conflicts…
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Which Mindset Are You Using Now

What is success? Aren't we looking into the original paradigm by even using that word? Is it elusive? In a bygone era we were measured by others based solely on…
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Conversations With God And Other Stuff

Hello reader, Before I say what I'm about to say I'd like to give a brief introduction to myself and my work to date. I'm Brian Taylor, the author of…
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Flash Alternatives Worth Considering

Hello reader, Mozilla has joined the numerous other frustrated companies that find Adobe Flash to be an unforgiveable mess. The ad laden, malware hiding, outdated, resource hog is considered by…
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Stability Versus Everything Else

Hello reader, While the media paints it's ridiculous picture of the world, and social media paints an even more ridiculous one, I'm formally declaring my own sanity for the record.…
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3 Doors Of Expectation

Hello reader, While I don't teach guided meditations as a rule, I am happy to offer an imagining point for the purpose of illustrating the way we can shift expectation…
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Linux Mint 17.2 Cinnamon Desktop

Hello reader, Linux Mint 17.2 has been released and as usual I'm madly in love with what the team has done. Some of the changes in this release include: Cinnamon…
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The Destruction Of The Ego

Hello reader, Perhaps amidst my writing I've mentioned that I found this component of meditative practice unnecessary, however for many Taoists this remains an area of interest and so I'll…
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Inalienable Human Rights

Hello reader, Perhaps we can dive down the rabbit hole together on occassion. Today what seems to be weighing on my mind is the idea that a life spent waiting…
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Nater Associates Ltd

A testimonial about the value Felix adds It was 2011 when I first started speaking with Felix. Neither of us knew each other prior in any capacity but we both…
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Backbox Linux

Hello reader, Backbox Linux is a Ubuntu based security distribution which features penetration testing tools as well as a "privacy focused" approach to normal use. A ram wipe on shutdown…
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My Review Of Fedora Workstation 22

Hello reader, Many of you know I try every operating system I can, and while admittedly I am biased towards certain Linux distros, it isn't for "no reason." I've used…
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Is Windows 10 Right For You

Hello reader, I'm normally inclined to look at: features, performance, operability, and stability of most of the operating systems I use before ever suggesting what makes a good fit for…
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Patch or Smash Crunchbang Linux

Hello reader, It saddens me to no end to announce the end of Crunchbang Linux. While not one of my daily use distros, Crunchbang was something extraordinary in it's pioneering…
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A Social Hermitage

Social Hermitage The idea of social hermitage is a bit monastic in it's origins and typically includes periods of isolation followed by periods of interaction that are well anticipated. The…
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Elementary Freya Linux

Hello readers, As many of you know I play around with operating systems at every opportunity. Up untill quite recently on my HP I was dual booting Linux Mint 17.1…
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Removing CryptoVirus

Hello reader, 3 calls a day and companies are charging 200 dollars... (thieves captalizing on thieves) Here you go, just follow the steps. How to remove CryptoLocker Ransomware & Restore…
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The Coin Toss Solution

Hello reader, Many of us grapple with decisions and often forget that buried within our psyche are the ultimate answers we seek. There are ways to deliberate but ultimately one…
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Enable Silverlight In Linux

Hello reader, This will be a short post but useful if you need to quickly enable Microsoft Silverlight in a Linux system. There are other tutorials for this and I'll…
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Interdependence Vs Independence

Hello reader, What is the difference between relying on many things and relying on nothing? We could have a debate about which is better after all most people shudder at…
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Linux Office Deployment

Hello reader, New businesses often grapple with office design only after they start doing business on a larger scale. In this article I'll show a quick and comprehensive deployment solution…
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As Things Change

Hello reader, Over many years I have discovered that tolerance can be a mixed blessing. Too much tolerance can be very destructive, too little tolerance can be equally destructive. We…
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Why Smartwatches Need Refinement

Hello reader, I have tinkered with many of the newest gadgets and have begun to sense a great hesitation when I get near the smartwatches. Granted when they are set…
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The Value Of In Post Marketing

Hello reader, This will be the first article I do covering in post marketing and during it we'll explore a few different implementations that you might make use of. One…
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Teriyaki Minute Steak

Hello reader, Among my more cherished recipes isn't simply this recipe but the extremely versatile sauce with which it's made. Consisting largely of the garlic, soy sauce, and sugar that…
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Saving That Mars Project Crew

Hello reader, While reading about the Mars One project I noticed where MIT suggested that the first person expected to die on Mars, would die within the first 68 days.…
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Beyond The Binary System

Hello reader, Ones and zeros in varying complex patterns which make up nearly the entirety of what modern computers can do. Though it wasn't the only system ever proposed, binary…
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Managing Your Social Media

Hello reader, With the availability of tools like hootsuite and tweetdeck managing your own social media has never been much easier. However knowing what to do with it remains a…
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The DIY Renaissance

Hello reader, Through the last decade we have seen an astonishing array of crafters, inventors, developers, and artisans all working towards somewhat similar aims. The culture we live in lends…
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Some Noteworthy Features In Google Chrome

Hello reader, While it isn't everyone's browser of choice a recent tour of features in Google Chrome had me astonished at how far they have come since their original release…
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Directing Your Businesses Focus

Hello reader, That title doesn't tell you much about what this article will be about, but undoubtably many of you are looking for ways to improve: sales, customer relations, and…
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Recognizing Clickbait

Hello reader, Chances are you have clicked on articles that were written to attract your attention to a variety of inflammatory subjects. Titles that mislead a reader to think that…
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Presenting Your Coding Samples

Hello reader, KdenLive offers in video compositing and is available on most Linux distributions for free Recently over at mosaic hub someone asked how to present examples of code for…
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What do people say about us

Hello reader, Among my more cherished testimonials are those presented here. Just a few to remind our potential customers and clients who we are through the eyes of others. Felix…
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Find a Job Or Create A Business

Hello reader, Nothing is certain in life. Some college degrees might guarantee you have a more difficult time moving into new career paths. Or worse, are you doomed from ever…
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Arriving In The Moment

Hello reader, As I pour back through much of my own material and revisit memories of old aquaintences and gatherings, my thoughts settle upon individuals who tried to convey subtle…
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What To Look For When Hiring A Developer

Hello reader, Developers come in all shapes and sizes. The type of development you require to get a project done will undoubtably require a skillset that ranges in difficulty from…
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The Zen Of Most Conspiracy Theories

Hello reader, Whether it's: reptilian shapeshifting aliens living among us, giants buried beneath us, moon bases, sasquatch, or something more insidious, there are more things believed to be happening than…
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My Second Year Nominated For A Shorty Award

Hello readers, It happened again, I was nominated for a shorty award!  Much like last time I had no idea who did it until I saw my profile but I'm…
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How To Go Completely Overboard In Any Monetized Blog

Hello reader, Lets imagine that, infographics aside, we needed to get a point across in an article about a product or topic that isn't particularly interesting... Some examples might be…
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Windows 10 News & Rumors

Heralded as a beautiful showing by the development team, Windows 10 Tech Preview quickly demonstrates more of what Windows users love about Microsoft's flagship product. At present we are reviewing…
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Measuring Your Distance From Well Being

Hello reader, Often in our haste to understand ourselves we stumble over moments where we felt out of sorts. At our worst humans can find ways to be cruel without…
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How Artificial Intelligence Could Become Dangerous

Hello reader, Generally when I think of artificial intelligence I use a bit of skepticism before arriving at the conclusion that the Terminator movies are at best, an  unlikely end…
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A meditative exercise that ends in mindfulness

Hello reader, While it is seldom my intention to suggest imagining anything in an article about meditation, this is a special circumstance. To attempt this exercise you'll need an object…
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Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon

For best results view fullscreen (different resolutions may obscure some of the details) [seoslides embed_id="204a28bfab2d" script_src="http://www.alwaysintao.com/embed-script/linux-mint-17-1-cinnamon/hello-world-6/" overview_src="http://www.alwaysintao.com/slides/linux-mint-17-1-cinnamon/" site_src="http://www.alwaysintao.com" site_title="AlwaysInTao" title="Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon" /] A brief review... As a Linux…
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Handling Difficult Driver Installations In Windows 10 Tech Preview

Hello reader, Windows 10 Tech Preview... A beautiful operating system to say the least. While it can be challenging to get everything running on newer operating systems quickly, it can…
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Microsoft Visual Studios 2013 Community Edition

Microsoft Visual Studios 2013 Community Edition Hello readers, Recently as I drifted back toward programming I found myself tinkering with a variety of development environments. I don't customarily blog about…
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Compassion for self vs others

Hello reader, Many young students of Zen who haven't done much actual meditation approach questions like this with grim determination. This is unfortunate as it is ultimately a waste of…
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Law of Attraction Vs Zen

Hello reader, On the surface many ideas seem complementary to one another, and without a second thought might be deemed not only compatible, but indeed interwoven in such a way…
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S-7 The Condition of Subject 7

A story that begins with the ressurection of a man named Stephan after the destruction of Earth. The story consists of Stephan's attempt to help an alien race find and…
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Security For Your Business

As an author, I've had to make an art out of studying things patiently. Whether it's for public speaking, business consultation, software security, or anything else I find myself doing,…
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No One Tool Philosophy

Hello reader, In computers todays we have many options to choose from and some are arguably better than others for different tasks.  Many users have strong preferences and brand loyalty…
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Chicken Spinach Casserole

Hello reader, Simple recipe and quick preparation make this a worthwhile change of pace, you'll certainly want to go heavy with the garlic to make it like mine. You'll need:…
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Installing drivers in Windows 10 Tech Preview

Hello reader, Depending on the age of your computer you may find it helpful to install graphics drivers, network drivers, sound drivers, or other drivers depending upon the performance of…
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Windows 10 Technical Preview

Windows 10 Technical Preview Hello reader, While it's no secret that I prefer the Linux operating system, I recently started a series about Windows entitled "Patch or Smash Windows XP"…
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Pain and Patience

Hello reader, No matter what the cause, pain is one of the ultimate distractions. How our mood is affected by discomfort constitutes one of the greatest measures of our patience.…
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Patch or Smash Windows XP

Hello reader, Be afraid, be very afraid... Since it's inception in August 24th 2001 Microsoft has arguably never had a more popular operating system than Windows XP. Even as I…
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Many Worlds Interpretation

For the layperson the many worlds interpretation by Hugh Everett is the stuff of science fiction. A theory that suggests that there are countless realities and that we might very…
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This is what Microsoft’s Nokia-less Lumia phones will look like

After the Nokia France Facebook page tipped Microsoft's branding plans earlier this week, Microsoft made if officially official: The company's future smartphones will be called Microsoft Lumia, dumping the Nokia…
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Elementary OS Review

Hello reader, I found myself reading a bit about Elementary OS and my curiosity piqued... I quickly downloaded the current stable release. Around 4:00 am I decided that I was…
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Choosing Social Media Followings

Many articles written recently seem to suggest that we should be quite selective in choosing who to follow and conversely who follows us in social media. In fact depending upon…
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Wooden Dell by Cliff Wallace

This Wooden Dell a Bloody Screaming Hell the Mangled Bodies Give Proof Of the Gypsy Curse That Has Laid my Company Bare the Pieces Still Cling Crimson Still Streams &…
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MosaicHub On The Way To Solutions

Countless business related networking sites have demonstrated a model that emulates Linkdin* which of course seems to be the standard. I have come to the conclusion that MosaicHub* has in…
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Community Level Planning For Ebola

The possible threat of Ebola is being called small, in spite of the evidence creeping in that as it spreads in West Africa more travellers and by default more "infected…
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Making a Video Tutorial

In this installment I wanted to go over the basic Video Tutorial Techniques that result in a quality tutorial for newcomers. At a minimum you will need: Screencapture Software (Vokoscreen…
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Samsung Galaxy Core 2 – Economically Bombshell

Welcome to the world of smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Core 2  is launched in July 2014 and recently its get into the Pakistani market, which runs on the latest Android 4.4…
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Ustream for quick webcasting

Many businesses have a need to screen cast quick webinars, podcasts, and updates about their services. Ustream offers a fast solution that you can deploy in the next few minutes.…
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Mitigate your Shell Shock risks in environments using bash

 Already being compared to the heartbleed bug last year, many across the internet are lighting up Linux user forums with tests and comments about "Shell Shock" Shell shock is a…
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No Matter What

Examples of racial and religious prejudice have existed since the beginning of recorded history. Often the holy texts of any given culture denounced and advocated the enslavement or eradication of…
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How to use Hootsuite and Tweetdeck to Run a Campaign

  So while I wait for the video tutorial to render and upload it to YouTube... There are some important things to note about using the same links across multiple…
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Netflix and Amazon Videos In Linux Mint 16-17

  Among the more insignificant difficulties faced by some of the newcomers to Linux Mint is that odd occasion to think that when something doesn't work out of the box…
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Nater Associates

Among the most trusted names in Security Consulting. I have personally known Felix Nater for years now and have witnessed many of his talks about Workplace Violence Prevention. It was…
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How much do you know about your android

How much do you really know about your Android operating system? This mobile OS took the world by storm in 2008 and has since been changed and scaled many different…
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Amazon Versus Best Buy Computer Shopping

Shopping for computers can be daunting, especially when you aren't sure exactly what you need. Comparing these two services isn't easy, there are so many factors to consider: Pre-built or…
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Wally The Weasel Books By Brian Taylor

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