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It's that time once again to compile the list of things to buy yours truly… Er, I mean the gift guide for all the creatives on your holiday shopping list! Whether they're ...
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Adverse situation may be reversed; outlook remains strong over the medium term; 'Buy' maintained.
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When a coach gets fired, it usually has to do with wins and losses. For African-American coaches, those wins and losses better come quickly and in bunches.
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Apple users have been waiting for the iOS 12 jailbreak, which is now reportedly in the works, but those that haven't upgraded to the newest software and has ...
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Hungarian firms investigated by EU's anti-fraud office try to do business in Slovakia.
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The buyer obtained a $51.5 million construction loan.
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The 3rd Chinese Business Networking Event is happening on the 18th of August 2018, Saturday, at The Great Duke Phnom Penh (InterContinental Phnom ...
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Security isn't the only consideration as you assess which open source projects to rely on; governance, community and professionalism matter too.
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While nmap is generally used to probe business networks and perform security reviews, the tool can also provide interesting details on your systems and ...
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A Global Real Estate Report revealed that there are promising spots for property investment.
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AT&T buys AppNexus; Conagra acquires Pinnacle foods; Twitter purchases Smyte.
- How to query your Linux system kernel Network World
How much can your Linux system tell you about the kernel it's running and what commands are available to help you ask? Let's run through some of them.
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InDesign is a wonderful application that over the years has adapted to its users' many needs and desires. What was once a simple layout application for ...
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Today's digital economy should be more open and equitable, says Rufus Pollock, rather than closed and at the mercy of 'digital dictators'.
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Use these commands to get insights on repositories that contain OS updates and applications and how that information is stored on your system.
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Linux systems provide many ways to look at disk partitions. In this post, we'll look at a series of commands, each which shows useful information but in a different ...
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Hey, Mike! Regarding Composing An XML Document From Relational Data, Part 1, I have built an XML document using DB2 and i. When I run the query, I get a ...
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The world's biggest mining companies are cash machines again.
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Today I'd like to share a simple analysis based on fascinating threat that I like to call Sustes (you will see name genesis in a bit).Everybody knows Monero crypto ...
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President Trump raised the stakes in the U.S. trade war yet again yesterday by threatening to slap tariffs on more than $500 billion worth of imports from China.
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Q: Can you recommend a file search tool I can use instead of Windows Search? I am trying to put together some queries to find some things, and I need ...
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Robert Litan looks at how automation will affect the upward mobility of the American middle class.
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Dollars and Sense magazine and textbooks provide analysis and opinion on economic policy and politics from a progressive political perspective.
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Googlers must clean up their language at work as the ads giant is being anal about references to, ahem, carnal knowledge in internal web links and documents.
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The following real estate transfers were recorded recently in Lebanon County: Lebanon. Cynthia Bankowitz, James E. Reifsnyder Dawn L. Wolfe, to Kevin Durr ...
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With calendars on Linux, you can get more than just reminders of what day it is. Commands such as date, cal, ncal and calendar provide helpful information.
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There are a lot of control sequences available on Linux systems -- maybe even some you've never used.
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How to debug Unity build start up time on the Android platform with adb.
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Windows search is not without certain charms, but when I need to find files or their contents, or search for specific system information, the grep command in Linux ...
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Consultant Michael Otey offers tips on how to attach SQL Server database files to Docker containers for the Linux version of Microsoft's database management ...
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The long-awaited LMDE update is finally (really) on the way!
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Some helpful hints for using sudo — the command that allows admins to administer user system privileges.
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The command line. You either love it or hate it, but if you do anything with a Unix-like system you are going to have to use it eventually. You might find marker ...
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The Linux logger command provides an easy way to add log files to /var/log/syslog — from the command line, from scripts, or from other files. In today's post ...
- Linux Fu: Keep an Eye on that File Hackaday
One of the things that's nice about Linux or Unix compared to many other operating systems is there's a good chance a Linux program will spew out ...
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I mentioned at the outset that R syntax is a bit quirky, especially if your frame of reference is, well, pretty much any other programming language. Here are some ...
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If you're looking to build a custom Linux disk image that's based on Ubuntu, Cubic makes it easy. Here's what you need to know.
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Chef updates its open-source detection and evaluation tool to help organizations with security compliance in the cloud.
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Orlando's strong fundamentals continue to spur investors to put money into Central Florida.
- Blacklisting modules on Linux Network World
Blacklisting modules prevents them from being loaded and used, and it is sometimes an important step in keeping a system running properly.
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- Scrivener on Linux: Oh Well... ScienceBlogs
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- How to use the Linux dmesg command TechRepublic
The dmesg command can make it easier to troubleshoot your data center Linux servers. Jack Wallen explains how it works.
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Ludo wonders if he should keep paying for commercial clean-up program to run in Windows 10. Fortunately there are free alternative suites.
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News, tutorials, tips, and more from around the Web for InDesign users.
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MX Linux is a descendant/spin-off from Antix and MEPIS Linux. I want to see what it is like to install and run on both UEFI and MBR laptops.
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The Phillies added two former players - Rico Brogna and Wes Helms - as minor-league coaches on Thursday as they finalized their player development field ...
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If you use Linux and its associated tools on the desktop or on a Raspberry Pi, or on a server, you probably have used the command line. Some people love it ...
- How to create your own cold hardware wallet Bankless Times
Today, the usage of public hardware wallets is really unsafe. Hackers can get access to your money when you update software, download the wallet on your.
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Quick to install, safe to run, easy to update, and dramatically easier to maintain and support, snaps represent a big step forward in Linux software development ...
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A man has shared photos of an artist's note that was added to some random graffiti near his house.
- How to use DNS over TLS on Ubuntu Linux TechRepublic
Jack Wallen shows you how to migrate to DNS over TLS on the Ubuntu Linux desktop.
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Every SaaS company pours mountains of resources into building a sales team, creating efficient sales processes, and optimizing sales emails. That's because ...
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This guide of Linux commands, utilities and tools outlines the most essential kernel and shell commands and provides links to valuable Linux administrator ...
- Reviewing logins on Linux Network World
The last command provides an easy way to review recent logins on a Linux system. It also has some useful options –- such as looking for logins for one ...
- How to run Linux commands simultaneously with GNU Parallel TechRepublic
Your data center might depend upon Linux, so why not get the most out of the command line with GNU Parallel?
- The Greatest Showman topped Amazon CD & vinyl sales in April, 2018 Thinknum Media
There once was a time that Billboard record sales charts meant something. It reflected the actual records (or cassettes, or CDs) that people were buying from ...
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Apple's Terminal offers a lot of functionality compared to the macOS GUI. Power users and anyone else who wants to work smarter will benefit from learning ...
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Each passing day brings with it news of a brand new leak of personal information over the Internet. Be it credit card information belonging to millions of users or ...
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Greystar and the Carlyle Group broke ground on the Overture Dadeland age-restricted apartment tower in Miami-Dade County after securing a $64.07 million ...
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We might all agree on the command line, but start talking about Linux, and we might find that the rules of how to pronounce the names of Unix commands are not ...
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Linux has powerful tools to help you quickly and efficiently retrieve a file. This free PDF download will show you how to use two of the most useful ones.
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- We asked 100 people to name a backdoored router. You said 'EE's 4GEE HH70'. Our survey says... Top answer! The Register
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Here's an in-depth look at the latest versions of the popular network management and monitoring software from SolarWinds.
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[Fatjedi007] recently acquired three programmable boxing gym-type clocks to help his developmentally disabled clients manage their time. The plan was to have ...
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Use Apache Camel to solve difficulties of integrating large software.
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Dealing with Big Data, or even just Biggish Data, isn't easy so if you've got a lot of *content* to search you're going to need something more powerful than the ...
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Jack Wallen walks you through the process of testing to see if your Linux machines have been patched for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.