Lenten Reflections 3rd Wednesday of Lent Social Media #1

PM James Hacker: Surely we should use the debate to promote peace, harmony, goodwill.Sir Humphrey Appleby: Well it would be most unusual. The UN is the accepted forum for the expression of international hatred.Yes Prime Minister A Victory for Democracy 1986 Today let's talk social media, or more accurately what's become anti-social media. Social media … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 3rd Wednesday of Lent Social Media #1

Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2/25 No CPAC for You, Alarming Trends, Trump Delivers Again, Dozens! and S.A.B.L.E. Goslin Powers Washington

CPAC 2019 is coming up soon and while I attended the last two and as always conducted extensive interviews, but this year my finances and the balance of my debts made it impractical to take the time off. Part of being conservative is not spending money you don't have and while Stacy McCain has kindly … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2/25 No CPAC for You, Alarming Trends, Trump Delivers Again, Dozens! and S.A.B.L.E. Goslin Powers Washington

A Guide to Fix Clicking Hard Drive with a Free Deleted File Recovery Software

If you hear a weird sound coming from your computer or laptop, you must stop using it,or the damage will get worse. Save your data and plug off the power source. Once down, you need to follow our guide to recover your hard drive. Hard Drive is Clicking Before anything, you must consider the following … Continue reading A Guide to Fix Clicking Hard Drive with a Free Deleted File Recovery Software

Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2-7-18 Email, Big League Politics as Drudge, Dem Silence, 78th Trimester abortion & the Covington Offensive

There is a particular phrase from Stacy McCain piece concerning Joe Rickets' emails and their regular leakage that deserves a word or two. Let us stipulate that almost anyone has stuff in their email account which, if made public , could be embarrassing This brings up an axiom that I have been saying since the … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora 2-7-18 Email, Big League Politics as Drudge, Dem Silence, 78th Trimester abortion & the Covington Offensive

Non Tweets Under the Fedora Feb 1st: Ocasio-Cortez Spilling the Beans, Dave Weigel, A Million Candidates, An Out of Date Scam & Gibson Outduels Johnson

There have been a lot of comparisons between Alexandra Ocasio Cortez and Donald Trump but as I read about the plans to primary Cortez from the left it seems that her real crime as far as Democrats are concerned is really meaning what she says, sort of like Trump. Don't get me wrong the Deep … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora Feb 1st: Ocasio-Cortez Spilling the Beans, Dave Weigel, A Million Candidates, An Out of Date Scam & Gibson Outduels Johnson

My Takeaways from the Breitbart Google Video

Saturday morning I spent an hour watching the Google video that Breitbart put out. If you haven't watched it yet it's here There are several things that struck me about this video: The least important observation is that the appearance of the crowd completely confirms the stereotype that people have to tech types which by … Continue reading My Takeaways from the Breitbart Google Video

30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years Today: NEVER VENT ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

The Internet is forever Modern Proverb This is the only bit of advice that I have given in all caps but it is about as critical as it gets. In life there are always frustrations and in the days before the internet people vented in a bar, or to a friend or, as I like … Continue reading 30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years Today: NEVER VENT ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

Another Week a (Slightly Different) DCU Phishing email

Just as I was finishing my post last week on the fake DCU phishing scheme and how to recognize it. I noticed a 2nd such email in my box, it was similar but had one variation that I thought was worth pointing out Of the 5 clues I mentioned in my first post three are … Continue reading Another Week a (Slightly Different) DCU Phishing email

How not to be Taken by this Fake DCU Phishing Email

He (Joe Morgan) said once you picked up one thing you’d start looking for the others, and you’d see them too. I used to play cards with a guy like that. He’d read your eyes and know what you had. Drive you crazy Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract pp349 1985 on Joe Morgan & pitchouts … Continue reading How not to be Taken by this Fake DCU Phishing Email

The Silence of the Bloggers

The Boss is at CPAC, along with Stacy McCain, so be sure to scroll around the homepage here for exciting posts and videos, and of course you will also find some great posts from the other fabulous writers here too! It is good to be back here at Da Tech Guy Blog and it is … Continue reading The Silence of the Bloggers

The Twitter/Facebook/PC/Alexa/ETC Facts of Life Explained Once More.

Way back in the 1990's my friend at work Brian introduced me to a game called Colonization still one of the best games ever to come out from the magnificent mind of Sid Meier (and a game that still holds up will 20 years later although an updated version with 3D graphics and multiplayer mode … Continue reading The Twitter/Facebook/PC/Alexa/ETC Facts of Life Explained Once More.

What you already knew about Twitter is worse than you thought

If you're a conservative who uses Twitter, you're likely very aware that your Tweets don't get the same amount of attention as liberals' Tweets. A good chunk of this can be attributed to the nature of social media itself; there are simply more liberals using it. I've often attributed this to the notion that conservatives … Continue reading What you already knew about Twitter is worse than you thought

Some Simple Reminders about PC/Computer Security

4th Doctor: Scringe stone found in a dead man's pocket? A lost mine? A phony map. Are people still falling for that old guff? I mean, are they? 1st Romana: You mean you didn't believe his story? 4th Doctor:  No. 1st Romana: But he had such an honest face. 4th Doctor: Romana, you can't be … Continue reading Some Simple Reminders about PC/Computer Security

Spies don’t share well

"Bring up the turnover blog on the big screen" The first time I said those words on the US Pacific Fleet watchfloor, I got a weird look from my Intelligence Specialist, a Navy Sailor who only recently joined our team from his basic school.  "A blog?  Sir, we work in intelligence, not blogging." My watchfloor, … Continue reading Spies don’t share well

There’s a Lesson for Kellogg’s & Nordstrom in this Twitter Story

My profile on Gab has increased dramatically lately that's a good thing because stuff like the continuing exile of conservatives and the new censorship tools are leading to results like this: Twitter shares sank Thursday after the social media company reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street's expectations and issued guidance that fell far short … Continue reading There’s a Lesson for Kellogg’s & Nordstrom in this Twitter Story