Some Blog Site Changes

While I'm having a hard time finding the strength, energy, time, etc., to write many blogs, to write any articles, book reviews or much of anything, as well as rare new difficulties doing things I've always done and taken for granted my whole life, such as simply reading, playing computer games, watching shows or films, …

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My New Custom Designed and Built Falcon Northwest Mach V PC

Hello all. It's been awhile. Those of you still with me know the last four years have been really rough, but this one is topping even last year, which I didn't think could be done. The point, though, is that I used to post regularly for years, decades actually, but the past few years, I …

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“Project Dumbphone”

I'm sharing an article written/published today about her hopes, intentions, actions and results in going back to "dumb phones," aka, good old flip phones. I intend to write a piece of my own about the same subject sometime, because I've recently done the exact same thing, although I've not yet come to any definitive conclusions. …

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Giving up my smartphone

I'm considering this very thing and have been researching good flip phones for many weeks. I have steep technological preferences, so unfortunately, most don't work for me, and I did order a decent and highly rated Kyrocera, only to find when I hook it to my computer, it's not recognized and I downloaded the current …

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Important! Quantum Computing

This is a brief post about a very important subject. Unfortunately, a lot of people don't really know just how important it is, let alone know anything about it at all. Listen please! This is a very important & urgent topic. I strongly support US government-funded research in quantum science & quantum computing. And perhaps …

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Book Review: Nuclear Weapons: A Very Short Introduction

Nuclear Weapons: A Very Short Introduction by Joseph M. Siracusa My rating: 4 of 5 stars At a little over 150 pages, this book covers a lot of ground in a short format. Unfortunately, while I did think it was pretty good, its focus wasn't entirely what I wanted, and it lacked in some areas. …

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An Interview With Global Security Expert Harris Schwartz

Today I published an interview on LinkedIn with a world renowned global leader in cybercrime & cybersecurity: Harris Schwartz. Feel free to read and comment. Many of you may find this interesting.  Cheers! https://www.linkedin.com/…/interview-global-security-exper…/

Subtle Changes To My Blog

Hi All, I haven't written a new blog post since the last one, but I've been working on updating my blog. I was nosing around some of my PAGES (as opposed to Posts) and was horrified at how out of date some of the information was. For instance, my beloved wife of five years was …

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