Posts Tagged ‘ email ’

The truly inedible spam, served daily

March 3, 2016
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If you’re a baby boomer, you first knew SPAM® as that slime-covered meat product in the blue can. Since Al Gore invented the Internet, however, we’ve become all too well acquainted with the truly inedible…

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Don’t Let Email and Facebook Take Over Your Life

February 9, 2016
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There is a growing problem in this country. It’s the bombardment of messages we receive virtually nonstop every single day, thanks to the increasing omnipresence of email, text messaging and social media in our lives.…

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Doctor Economics – What We Should Do With Spammers

April 14, 2015
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Doctor Economics – What We Should Do With Spammers

What is the most annoying aspect of our lives? It is, of course, spam on our computers. Spam is broken down into three basic types: ViagraTM, ways to lengthen your penis, and offers to inherit…

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Did North Korea Hack Sony?

December 1, 2014
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Did North Korea Hack Sony?

This week Sony Pictures was the victim of a major cyber attack by a group calling themselves Guardian of Peace. Upon hearing this, my first thought was “If they’re a group why is it Guardian…

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SPAM Sandwich

September 8, 2014
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Today we have a guest writer. I am trying to open up HO to writers who have helped us out in the past and this talented woman, Beth Rubin, is one of them.  I am…

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No Apple, I Don’t Have One Unread Email

July 16, 2014
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I have an iPhone because I’m fancy, and because my work pays for my phone and that’s what they gave me.  With that phone comes a large amount of frustration and problems, mostly because I’m…

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Hackers Exploited ‘Heartbleed’ to Endorse Random Contacts on LinkedIn

April 11, 2014
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Hackers Exploited ‘Heartbleed’ to Endorse Random Contacts on LinkedIn

Reports from leading internet experts are indicating that the OpenSSL vulnerability now known as “Heartbleed” was exploited over the last two years by hackers targeting servers at LinkedIn. The alleged violators used the exploit to…

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What emails and my waistline have in common

January 13, 2014
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Getting my emails to a manageable number is much like getting my weight to a manageable number.   Both are great in theory, and neither are made better with a one-pound bag of Skittles.  …

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Those Bathroom Waving Things

December 26, 2013
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Those Bathroom Waving Things

I have “issues” with taking a sit-down in public restrooms.   I am no primadonna.  I just have issues and, when the need arises on a roadtrip, I have to seek out a clean, name brand hotel for a…

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