Facebook, Social Engineering, & Me
October 28th, 2009 by WillDuke
Someone hacked my Facebook page. There, I said it. It’s humiliating.
I’m a computer guy. I know a lot about security. I know all the right things to do. I tell people all the right things to do. My network password is 17 characters long!
I didn’t practice what I preach.
When I setup my Facebook account I thought Facebook wasn’t that important. Surely nobody would bother Read the rest of this entry »
Personal Computer Backup
October 27th, 2009 by WillDuke
You probably have a computer at home. You probably have digital photos and music on it. You might have your checkbook balanced there. You probably have some other stuff you don’t want to lose.
If you’re like most people, you know you should back all that stuff up. If you are backing it up, good for you. You’re the minority. For the rest of us it’s either too hard, too confusing, too easy to put off… I suppose I don’t need to tell you why you’re not doing it, you already know.
I’m not trying to take the high road here, until recently I wasn’t backing up at home either. Computers are pretty reliable, they don’t crash very often at all. That’s my honest opinion, and I’m something of an expert. So, my opinion was “I don’t need to fix the roof right now, it isn’t raining.” Of course, when it’s raining I can’t fix the roof.
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Duke Blog Launched/Windows 7 Released
October 26th, 2009 by AdamEldred
Welcome to the new Duke Computer Blog! We will try and keep you informed of all that is happening in the world we know best, technology. This is an exciting week and we are not the only new thing to pop up.
Windows 7 Launch
This week Windows 7 entered public release to rave reviews. Read the rest of this entry »