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People seem to get upset when threads stay off the chosen topic. I, for one, find some digressions to be just as enlightening as the posts that are "on topic". I believe everything is connected.

This board is for discussing technology; the kind that affects our lives every day. But if you want to participate by posting a discussion of e.e. cummings' poetry or what you saw on the Daily Show last night, feel free.

It's all about the freedom here.

Let's see if that works.
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1544Why you should be skeptical about a VPN's no-logs claims cnet.comTimF-September 23
1543Malware Finds a New Place to Hide: Graphics Cards A proof-of-concept technique fTimF-September 2
1542T-Mobile: Hackers Accessed Data on More Than 40 Million People T-Mobile says appTimF-August 19
1541Replacing keyboards on older PC laptops is usually pretty easy, some manufactureJ.F. Sebastian1August 18
1540My thought also. Just be methodical and it should work out. Also be aware of sStock Puppy-August 17
1539Thanks. I think the Dell will be easier then your MacAir. No glue to worry aboTimF2August 17
1538I've done it - on a MacAir. For that computer, just about everything neededStock Puppy1August 17
1537Anyone ever replace a keyboard on a laptop? My almost 6 year old laptop's kTimF-August 17
1536Most blatant was at the very beginning - refrigerator scene.Stock Puppy1August 16
1535Good movie, and damned creepy for PG-13. Please explain the nods to other filmJ.F. Sebastian-August 15
1534Serves people right for buying something called "The Ring". I hope noStock Puppy-August 14
1533 What does the company that sells the devices has to say? “… Ring couldn’t help Stock Puppy1August 14
1532Security In A Digital Age Posted on January 6, 2020 Cast your mind back a few dTimF1August 11
1531No wonder that old software can sell so well on eBay, perhaps hackers are the onJ.F. Sebastian-August 5
1530 Excel 4 Is Alive and Well, and Ready to Attack Almost 30 years ago, VBA supposTimF2August 5
1529old cell phone with optional clip on chatboard for ‘easy’ texting [graphic] reddTimF2July 26
1528Microsoft Edge imports other browsers’ passwords By Brian Livingston When soTimF2July 14
1527Ethics: University of Minnesota's hostile patches The University of MinTimF1July 10
1526FLYING PHONE SCAM EXPOSED (so I built a REAL one) [youtube video] youtube.comTimF1July 9
1525Testing Elon Musk's Starlink: Is It Really a Rural Internet Game Changer? [yTimF1May 20
1524[youtube video] youtube.comTimF1May 20
1523Tesla Car Hacked Remotely From Drone This is an impressive hacTimF1May 12
1522 T-Mobile to Share Customers' Web Browsing Data With Advertisers Unless TheyTimF1March 10
1521[youtube video] youtube.comTimF1February 16
1520Laptops given to British schools came preloaded with remote-access worm DepartmeTimF-January 22
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