Monthly Archives: September 2018

Different data deletion methods

I was needing a nice summary of deletion methods, what they mean and what they do. What happens when you delete something, and how reliable is your deletion method? Operation/tool Meaning Consequence Delete (in Explorer, or other file explorer) File is … Continue reading

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VR Squatters

– So, y’know, n’found that piz of cyber, that, y’know, it’s empty. – My friend Adam apparently found another virgin land on his wanders. He’s a very lucky explorer. I look at my headset and gloves. They are already charged, … Continue reading

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Climate Fiction Reveals Just How “Weird” Humans Truly Are

My first reblog is to advertise  the paper book collection of short tales Lost Objects, by Marian Womack. Check out her interview by the Chicago review of Books here. I know Marian since she was a teenager. But life is life, … Continue reading

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Topaz install on CentOS 7

Yes I’m back to work. I should have logged it more, but I was busy with so many issues that the only thing I wanted to write was fiction. Anyway. Today we are going to install Topaz over our already … Continue reading

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A free travel card

– Sir? I really need you to choose one plan. – I just handed the lady in uniform my application form for a free travel card. I wanted one, since my new position was forcing me to move frequently from … Continue reading

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It’s raining again

The hex clouds are back. For the next month or so, we will have heavy rain sheets. Yes, sheets, meaning here it rains, there it isn’t. I hate it. I remember the previous simple weather, sunny, cloudy, those things. Now … Continue reading

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Remember remember

– Come this way, my love. – The face of the nurse seems indeed familiar, but I can’t manage to remember her name. Natalie? Carmen? Eve? I look at my hands. They are the ones of an old man, cracked, … Continue reading

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