Thursday, April 5, 2012
Just go to Abercrombie and Fitch and when you're ready to check out use the code 14202 to take 40% off of your order. Works on clearance items too. Enjoy!
Friday, May 20, 2011
Dealspl.us Puma Link
Any footwear you add to your shopping cart will get 30% off, nice! I think the only way to get it to work is to go through Dealspl.us, so going through Puma.com might not work. Enjoy!!
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Life Hacker Article on Fetch.io
In a nutshell basically a place that downloads torrents you selected using their superspeed bandwith, and then you can download at your leisure. Not a bad idea I think. Also has the ability to stream media torrents that you are downloading. I signed up for the service but haven't had a chance to use it yet, we'll see how it goes. Probably a little slower than they are used to to be honest, I'm sure they are getting slammed since this was posted on Lifehacker. Anyways, hopefully someone out there thinks this is useful. If you do, please send your friends here first to check out the article!
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Today on day two they expanded on the new Chrome OS notebook that they built in partnership with Samsung. It's a really beautiful looking machine to be honest. 12.1 inch screen running Chrome OS (it's blazing fast, check the video) with 8.5 hours of battery life, and they are going to be making it extremely affordable. I believe the price will be somewhere around $450USD. Please take a look at the article below, they are even going to allow you to do a payment plan on it ($20/month for students). Google does great things, hopefully with my new job, I grab the experience I need to apply there one day ;]
Engadget's first Look at the Chrome OS Notebook!
Saturday, April 30, 2011
25% off a Single Item at Sports Authority!
Friday, April 29, 2011
I've had a few scenarios where people brought me an old hard drive that "doesn't work" and I've been able to pull massive amounts of data off of it using nothing but a free piece of software I found on the interwebz. Lucky for them I work for the forces of good rather than evil....sometimes. Anyway, if you're in a situation where you need to completely clear a disk of all of it's contents, please check out the article below from Lifehacker.com . Give's you an idea of what happens when you delete a file, and how to securely wipe a drive of data. If you really want a want to make sure that no one gets data from your drive, I will post a blog soon with pictures on how to open your HDD and wreak havoc on it like Charlie Sheen on a pile of coke. Enjoy the Article :)
LifeHacker - How to Properly Erase Your Physical Media
This little piece of software definitely helps with speeding up things like startup, and scanning for viruses/defragging as after you've removed all of the crap that Internet Explorer and Firefox collect, you have less to scan.
If, after viewing the tutorial you have any questions regarding it, don't hesitate to contact me. As always I'll be available to walk you through using it or help you with any problems. Tutorial Below =]
Download link here, Click the Green Download Now button
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Honestly it is pretty straight forward. The best way to prevent this from happening is common sense (as was stated numerous times in the comments in my previous blog post). Please don't click on anything in facebook that seems slightly strange. Don't go downloading files from places you do not trust. Be proactive. you can save yourself alot of time and hassle by being safe and scanning. Make sure you update the software before every scan. Malwarebytes has defintely helped me assist people with their infection problems. It isn't a cure-all, but it works great, and it is free!
Download Link, click the green "Download Now" button
Honestly, at this point I'm very frustrated. Being 30, getting a later start in life (financial and educational) is difficult to deal with. Difficult but manageable. However, sitting here in school I wonder why I'm required to do this.
Certain classes I understand. Being an IT major, I totally understand having to take classes like Unix, or database management, or networking, etc. However, unless I plan on going to South America to do some kind of IT support there, or decide to write a website only in Spanish, why am I required to take TWO semesters of language? Must I take some kind of art class? History? I'm old enough where I've written my own. This is just silly.
It gets to the point where you just want to get out. I'm looking forward to next semester. Loading up on IT courses. I'm dreading the next few as I have to throw in this junk that I don't feel is necessary. Maybe it will make me smarter? More worldy? I don't know, I just know they get more of my money.
College trolled me...