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Potato Dog Uses Computer

This canine is a vegetable. Well it looks like a potato - an usually shaped one at that. Lying around like that could get you cooked. And what is he doing on the computer. He is not doing much work on the computer. Where is his master? The tired mongrel should be woken up. hi Potato ho dog ha uses in computer on an Potato to dog it uses at computer or we Potato he dog up uses to computer uh eh Potato go dog at uses ok computer la me Potato no dog so uses is computer us ox Potato a dog i uses oh computer

sweet potato treats dog jessyratfink homepets sweet potato dog treats recipe picture sweet potato treats dog jessyratfink our dog roscoe treat times day vehicle pain medicine. he's years recently decided wants act puppy again. :p (which pretty elderly rottweiler / german shepard mix). we've giving medicine blueberry muffins, local store stopped carrying them. we're pretty picky eats, treats question him. plus, he's diet he's gaining weight age! instead buying something else, set healthy sweet potato based treats.

:d i'm brown rice flour treats fiber, protein, iron niacin minerals! sweet potato fiber, contains loads vitamin a. eggs add little fat protein. apple sauce doesn't bind everything together, healthy it. :) version treats, think i'm going add unsweetened dehydrated blueberries loves those good him. ^_^ [ modified recipe treats. ] step : ingredients + tools picture ingredients + tools ingredients: sweet potato (should weigh .5 pounds) /2 cups brown rice flour /4 cup unsweetened apple sauce eggs make applesauce added weirdness sugar. label show apples, water, sort acid preserve color freshness. make store extra brown rice flour fridge freezer. otherwise, goes rancid fast! tools: microwave oven set 350 f / 75 c rimmed baking sheet parchment paper whisk spatula fork large bowl mixing step 2: cook sweet potato preheat oven picture cook sweet potato preheat oven picture cook sweet potato preheat oven preheat oven 350 f / 75 c. prefer microwave really fast. wash dry sweet potato put microwave safe plate. prick sweet potato fork, pop microwave. microwave 5-7 minutes squeeze feels pretty soft. insert paring knife check doneness resistance, you're good go! cut sweet potato half set aside cool. cool enough easy handle burn yourself. microwave: preheat oven 375 f / 90 c. prepare sweet potato washing, drying pricking fork. place square foil put directly rack middle oven. bake 45-60 minutes, tender. drop temperature 350 f / 75 c sweet potato baked. step 3: mash sweet potato picture mash sweet potato remove skin sweet potato transfer flesh large bowl. mash fork whatever else works. :) picture mash sweet potato step 4: add apple sauce & eggs picture add apple sauce & eggs add /4 cup unsweetened applesauce stir combine. then, add eggs. at point normally break whisk mixed well. metal whisk best! step 5: add brown rice flour add cup flour mix everything together spatula dry spots left. ( poured brown rice flour measuring cup measured out, instead spooning flour cup.) picture add brown rice flour now add another cup flour mix again. add last /2 cup flour mix. this, dough soft wet. come together easily crumbly. still wet, add brown rice flour, /4 cup time forms nice soft dough. step 6: roll dough into balls brown rice flour makes soft dough, easier roll treats balls bake way. picture roll dough into balls dough stick hands bit, bad.

bothers you, always try spraying hands little cooking spray. line baking sheet parchment paper start rolling dough balls! i'm making treats balls -1.25 inches wide, perfect big dog roscoe. match size treats dog already enjoys. step 7: bake treats picture bake treats now we'll bake treats 350 f / 75 c oven. long bake treats depend big them! baked mine 45 minutes. smaller treats less time, start checking 20-25 minutes. treats firm dry outside, remain slightly soft inside. :) step 8: cooling storing treats picture cooling storing treats let treats cool minutes baking sheet, transfer wire rack. let cool completely put container ziploc bag. :) prefer keep treats fridge. stay good fridge quite long completely cool putting container! freeze well. hope pups enjoy mine
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Potato dog
"Master will not use this!"
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Cat is Measuring and timing

"I'm measuring n' timering."
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Australia's Internet Snooping System is a Useless Waste of Money

On Tuesday 13th of October the Australian communications surveillance system comes into effect. Apparently, privacy will end for all Australians. Contrary to this view, I believe Australians are smart enough to opt out. There is no way the Australian government can stop the use of  VPNs, nor the resetting of a modem to Google's 8080. The government does not have jurisdiction over Google, i.e., it cannot ban it!
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This data, though extremely large, will always be incomplete and a waste of money. Anybody who intends to do something "underhanded" will obviously avoid the system. . Furthermore, what about Australians who have their websites on servers in other countries? This information is outside of the local loop. You can also create a site on oversees servers.  Some users will choose to do nothing and allow their information to be collected, however.

Abuse of power will happen from the start. Uncontrolled bodies like the Australian Federal Police as with all national forces do questionable things. They always go outside of their legislated boundaries. State police will treat the data as their own little honey pot as well.

I keep all of my personal email on overseas services that I can access at places like libraries. There is no record of this email on my computer. This isn't smart: it is common sense.   I have nothing to hide but I like to keep things private. Gmail and Yahoo are exempt.  Obviously, I will use Tor browser a lot more. My "critical" online activity will be hidden from the Australian government.

Don't worry! Carriers have the choice whether to store destination IP addresses (this is your browsing history). Because it will be a significant extra cost, none of them will do this unless it is the only way to record metadata. Even then, the government cannot force telcos to handover IP data. Moreover, getting IP addresses will not identify particular websites visited on a server.
Technology by Ty Buchanan
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Microsoft Intentionally Slows Windows 7 Computer Shutdown

Microsoft intentionally slows the shutdown of Windows 7 via updates to force consumers onto Windows 8 and 10. Have you noticed that your once speedy Windows 7 shutdown has slowed to as much as 10 minutes on some computers?
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Microsoft MS-DOS Dross
A secret campaign has been launched by Microsoft to increase its market share of computer operating systems - specifically the latest ones. There is going to be a clamp down on old systems. Support has already been discontinued for XP. Plans are afoot to drop Windows 7.

Again, Microsoft fails to understand its consumer market. The market is saturated with Windows 7. Users know a good operating system when they see one and will not let go!  Third party support of Windows 7 is possible as users could be willing to pay for it. They are fed up with Microsoft's lose one win one OS launches. Windows 8 has been a failure.

Users are suspicious of Windows 10. A majority of testers say Windows 10 is not ready to be released. Microsoft is going ahead with its planned release despite many problems with the lauded OS.
Technology by Ty Buchanan
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Trojans are Beating the Banks

Everyone is spying on everyone else. This is a matter of fact. Life has changed so much since the advent of the computer. Trojans are easy to create and even easier to spread. When you log on to just about any site trojans flood onto your system. Even if you delete them they are immediately put back on your computer again. They do their work as soon as you start work on anything, sending information back to the target source.

PCs, tablets and mobile phones are all vulnerable. New trojans are created daily in their thousands. Some are very damaging. The presence of the Hesperbot banking trojan doubled in two weeks. They spread like "wildfire". Emails commonly contain phishing bugs that look like real banking communications. They are after your username and password so they can empty your bank account.

When you are working on your PC have you ever had a txt file mysteriously open on it own? This could indicate keystroking where what you type is being watched and in many cases a foreign source is controlling your computer. Everything you see on your PC is being seen by another person.

This is a warning - do not save your banking username and password in a txt file in the Documents folder or in a password managing program. Password programs can be cracked and every password you have to all your sites can be accessed. If you cannot remember your password store it on a device that can easily be disconnected from your computer.

We do not know what the future holds. However, a bank login site can be copied exactly and look like the real thing. Do not click a link in an email that seems to be from your bank. You could be taken to the rogue site. Once they have your username and password they will empty it of money in a few minutes.
         Internet by Ty Buchanan

Where Is the Internet Going?

There isn't much doubt that mobile devices will soon outnumber the fixed PC. It is surprising that it has taken so long. People are tripping over each other to make pre-orders on the iPhone. There will probably be a rush for Microsoft's new offerings. In recent years Google's Android products have been racing forward, generally at the expense of Microsoft, not Apple.

Web developers are slowly making a change as well. Old "easy" website building is a thing of the past. It seems websites have to provide a "traditional" PC type website and have another built-in for mobile devices. There must be an automatic link in the main website so that only the smaller site is sent to mobiles. Though many users have said they prefer looking at traditional sites with a small handheld, even though it means moving around a page to see all the info, download times are just too long for this to continue.

HTML5 was envisaged to make it easier for developers, standardizing code. The opposite has happened. Infighting has occurred between the Internet powers that be in the US and developers choosing to go their own way. They don't like to hear that their good ideas have been dropped by the controlling body. Up to six web architectures are doing the rounds on mobiles. This makes writing apps so complex that it rules out simple web building by the home web builder. New web building software will have to be capable in so many areas. This will make the software program download huge - and expensive.

The Internet is moving inevitably forward. Data cloud services have made smaller devices possible. Storing things actually on a mobile is no longer necessary. We will have to wait and see if the new fixed system RT from Microsoft is broadly accepted. How many customers will buy something that will only run Microsoft software fixed at the time of purchase? The market could get angry.
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Cat PC Installation

"Oh darn it. Don't say I've got to install, again!"
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Governments Must Invest in Internet Structures Now

People are jumping on the Internet without realizing that their action is leading to potential disaster. Many countries are leaving Internet investment to the private sector but such companies are only interested in short-term profit. Unless a monopoly exists it is just not worth while investing large amounts in Internet infrastructure.

Communication is at the center of everything we do today. Soon mobile devices will outnumber PCs. In some places Internet speed is slowing down due to overload. To meet future demand Governments will have to get involved in telecommunication infrastructure investment. In some cases this will mean government take-over of information systems.

Advanced technology requires very high speed and wide bandwidth. It takes up to ten years to build adequate optic fiber information networks. Soon poor countries will be measured by the quality of their Internet. Even some currently advanced nations will be left behind if they don't act in the near future.
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