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We’re in a Contest!

Posted by on Feb 13, 2016 in Lyme Disease | 1 comment

So, we’re in a contest. We’re finalists in Valentines day contest! So if you could look at the video below: So.. now that you’ve watched the video… could you give us a vote? You’ll need to put in your email address but it takes like 10 seconds. I want to help win something nice for my wife and, well, this seems like a really good way to do it! Oh, would probably be good if I put the link here: http://zolomedia.com/contests/season-for-love/   You’ll need to choose “Story 4” when you choose! Thanks a lot guys! Contest ends Friday, Feb 19th. Thanks again! Additionally, I’ve started a secondary blog called...

A Story About A Girl…

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in akaLIFE, Family, Featured, Life in General | 3 comments

March 30, 2014, my wife began to squint a bit while sitting next to me. Our typical routine each night is to spend some time together, side by side, sitting on the couch… typically with laptops open and something interesting on the TV. Little did I know that this evening would be the last night for a long time, that she would be able to have a clear mind. It’s been a little over 3.5 months since my wife got sick. Looking back at our facebook streams, the morning of March 30th, she had made pancakes… bacon and eggs. We shared a pot of coffee and it was an...

Heartbleed “Hit-List”

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Featured, Geek Culture, Web Applications | 0 comments

For those that are wondering what the hell Heartbleed is and why it’s a “thing” right now. Well, long and short of it, directly from the informational website: The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs). The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software....

Too Many Toolbars (And why you should get rid of them)

Posted by on Mar 30, 2014 in computer help, Geek Culture, Software | 0 comments

Some of the most easy “tells” when a client brings in a PC to our office because it’s “running slow” or “too many popups” or annoying ads is the appearance of multiple toolbars. Toolbars, for those that aren’t sure what I’m talking about, are add-ons that are installed with a plethora of software suites available for download. Even some of the trusted (and Oddzuki recommended) pieces of software (like AVG Free, Spybot, etc) will prompt you to install a toolbar. Understandably, for these companies to be able to offer their basic and mid level services for free, they’ve partnered with the larger companies to be able to turn a...

Storms, Kids and Tar Pebbles – akaLIFE Episode 4

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in akaLIFE, Family, Podcasts | 1 comment

Tonight we talked about stormy weather and the realization that our family sleeps through most natural disasters. From hurricanes to tornadoes, living in the South brought a fair amount of mayhem over the years and we discuss how we handled those situations with multiple kids. We also talked about the most ridiculous list for “proposed” home improvement. Be sure to check out the nonsense that is #29 http://www.viralnova.com/dream-home-items/ And lastly, check out Tash’s latest blog post: Beautiful Me – http://www.akawife.com/beautiful-me And Kenny’s post about his lovely Crazy Canuck! – http://www.oddzuki.com/believe-evolution/ The show airs each week at 8:30pm EST.     KennyMore Posts - Website Follow...

I Believe In Evolution

Posted by on Feb 16, 2014 in akaLIFE, Family, Featured, Life in General | 2 comments

Personal evolution is a wonderful thing. It can be difficult,  frightening, and weird. Personal evolution can also be a joyous occasion. Over the past month, I’ve been privy to witnessing the evolution of someone that I love dearly. No… that’s not the right way to phrase it. I’ve been privy to witnessing the evolution of someone that is literally the most important thing in my life. There, that’s better. I’m talking about my wife. Tash and I have been married for just over 12 years and, as with a lot of couples, things become routine. You find yourself talking about the same things, laughing about recurring situations and getting...