“I can open any door, anywhere, anytime with a few tiny lines of computer code. There’s no such thing as a private bank account anymore. They’re all mine. There’s no such thing as secrecy. I own secrecy! Nuclear codes? I could blow up NATO in alphabetical order. In a World full of locked rooms, the man with the key is King. And, honey, you should see me in a crown!”
About The Author
Dan is a proponent of Open Source Matters and an avid supporter of The Linux Foundation. He runs Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon and Mate on all his PC platforms, including his laptops, netbook and Desktop tower. Dan has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics, a Master of Science degree in Information Technology with a specialty in network architecture, and has completed all his course requirements and two colloquia toward his Ph.D. in IT Education. Until just recently, Dan was employed by Capella University as an adjunct faculty teaching assistant but the program was terminated after a year-and-a-half and he was laid off along with the entire TA staff just prior to the holidays. Dan holds a Post-Masters Certificate in College Teaching from Capella University which he received in July, 2012.
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Linux is an operating system that is loosely based on Unix, which is a mainframe computer operating system developed by AT&T’s Bell Laboratories in the…
I came to the stark realization tonight of something that hit me like a ton of bricks. It has presented itself to me as plainly…
Here is the restatement to the problem posed in my last post along with its solution. PROBLEM: A worm is at one end of a…
Anyone up for a mind-expanding problem to work? I like these because they keep my mind sharp. If so, here goes? A worm is at…