Less is More

You don’t need all kinds of stuff. Maybe you need less of it. If you need more, it should only be things that you find real value in. Things you can need to live and survive. In my younger days, there was zero understanding of what hoarding was. I would be in amazement of all […]

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Is Intel’s Management Engine Broken? — Hackaday

Betteridge’s Law of Headlines states, “Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no.” This law remains unassailable. However, recent claims have called into question a black box hidden deep inside every Intel chipset produced in the last decade. Yesterday, on the Semiaccurate blog, [Charlie Demerjian] announced a remote exploit for the […]

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Help Me Finish Something! — idiotprufs

If you’re anything like me (and if you are, you have my deepest sympathies) the draft section of your blog’s dashboard is littered with unfinished posts. After tirelessly combing through dozens of drafts (for at least 10 or 15 minutes) I came up with this short list of possible drafts to finish and post. I’m a Peon: […]

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I’m sure most of you have wonderful plans for this special day. We have the perfect weather here for celebrating. Cloud cover and not much above 80 degrees which is a break for us. I spent yesterday repairing my son’s flag that had become a bit tattered from catching on the edge of the roof […]

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A Day in Beautiful Bled — Amanda Afield

Lake Bled is a postcard perfect and easy to reach day trip from Ljubljana, Slovenia. With a castle, an island and plenty of hiking paths, it’s one of the main reasons we added Slovenia to our Croatia trip. For about €12, you can purchase a return ticket from the bus station in Ljubljana on a […]

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