I hope everyone had a Happy Easter this past weekend. We celebrated in the usual way, with the burning of the Christmas tree and eating our weight in ham.
As always, here are some links from the Intertubz that I hope will hold your interest. Enjoy!
The Mueller report is a nice reminder for those of us that have tried restoring a system, but can’t find an O/S old enough for the app to run.
My biggest complaint about airlines is the “business” seat doesn’t allow you to use your laptop when the person in front of you decides to recline. Here’s hoping Delta sets a new standard for everyone to follow.
Fake Amazon reviews are about as surprising as inaccurate Wikipedia articles. But I like this article for their attempt at using data to show the extent of Amazon’s review problem.
A handful of local schools have closed their doors; one was mid-semester. I suspect the closings are linked to the student loan bubble.
They should film an episode of “It Could Happen Tomorrow” dedicated to malware.
I found this guide to be a helpful overview and thought you may find it useful to share as well. I think it was this sentence: “Encryption won't stop your data from being stolen.” Truth.
As someone that travels frequently, I’ve hit the point where I feel it necessary to scan for hidden cameras in my room.
Another Easter tradition for our family meal and yes, those are bacon crumbles: