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On 10/25/17, Kim Iskyan from Stanberry Churchouse Research published in Daily Wealth about investing bias holding people back from cryptocurrencies simply because it’s something they’re unfamiliar with.
Following the Linux Mint hacking scandal? Both sides have a point. The answer is not absolute.
Previously, I wrote about how to permanently delete magnetic data. Nobody uses removable magnetic media anymore, so I thought it’s time to outline the same procedure using internal or USB drives.
I’ve been running Windows XP, Mac OSX, and Linux. I am trying Windows 10 without upgrading from anything and it appears to be free without activation for some period of time. Skip all the upgrade chatter. Instead, I downloaded a … Continue reading