Malware: How we are Infected [InfoGraphic]        
So you have a computer, but if it was infected with a virus, what would you do? Would you even know it was there? It is a well-known fact that over 32% of all computers in the world have malware of some sort. Today we will be talking about the infamous computer virus and what it is.

So let's start with something you all have probably heard of, Malware. Malware is a program made to infiltrate your computer, disable parts of it, and thus gain access to your hard drive, search history and such to aid with stealing information. However, there are other types of malware out there. Let's get to know them and how much of the 32% they infect.

At 57%, first we have the virus. This is a software that has the capability to copy itself and send itself into other folders. Then there is the "Trojan" at 21%. The Trojan is malicious software that hides on the internet disguised as some sort of program or free item, and ce you download it, you will soon discover it is malicious. But the Trojan has a brother at 7%, called the "Trojan Downloader". This type of virus does the same thing as the simple Trojan, but once on your computer it downloads more viruses and software, then begins to use those programs.

Then at 3% there is the "Exploit", which finds a glitch, bug or system error and uses that to hack into your computer. Next we have the "Worm" at 2%, this malicious bug works the same as a Trojan, but then copies and pastes itself across your computer network.

But not all viruses seem so bad when you get them, for instance the "Adware" at 3%. This type of virus infects your computer so nothing happens at first, but once you log into your web browser, then immediately your screen will be flooded with ads. There is also the "Monitoring Tool" with 2% of the 32% infected. This malware infects your computer and hides, not doing anything but monitoring your activity, (Search history, keyboard history etc.) and then sends those back to a remote server.

There is also one of the worst at 1%, the "Back Door". This virus infects your computer remotely, not allowing your anti-virus security to even detect it, but sure enough it does. And lastly we have one of the worst but luckily at a low percentage of 0.01%, "Spyware". This diabolically designed software infects your computer and takes the most important pieces of information it can find and sends it back to wherever it came from. This information is generally passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information.
All of these viruses have devastating effects. Last year there were 27 million strains of malware made, which means 74,000 new viruses are created every day. The number of homes in the United States that experience spam is 24 million. The number of homes with serious viruses in the last 2 years is 16 million, and the number of houses that had spyware in the last 6 months is 6 million. But most devastating of all, over 1 million of all homes have lost money to spyware in the last year. Another devastating fact is that Viruses cost the world 4.55 billion USD every year.

So be safe, don't download anything you are unsure of, and be sure to have an anti-virus software. But most importantly learn how to detect these programs when you get them.























          Comment on NOTICE: Readers, can you help? by Jamie Austin        
Beth, I would love it if you could email me copies of the files you have. I've searched my hard drive up and down for What Monkey and can't find it. Jamiesueaustin gmail.com
          not a bad price, but....        
The new 24 inch iMac seems to sell for about £1150 in the UK, ex VAT. A decent 24 inch screen, Acer, is about £420. You can get a Core 2 tower system with roughly the same specs as the iMac for around £500-600 ex. But maybe an X2 system with a spare extra hard drive and more memory and better graphics would be better bang for the buck and still save you a few pennies. Don't really understand the attraction of an all in one design. Has to be more expensive over time, because you should be able to get longer use out of a decent 24 inch screen than out of the base unit, where you'll probably want quad cores or whatever within a few years. In fact, what one would probably recommend to the graphic artist would be a tower and dual 20 inch screens, these having fallen in price so much recently. Use a matrox card, and get an awful lot more bang for the buck. Shows the fallacy of trying to match the spec exactly.Edited 2006-09-06 19:07
          RE[2]: not a bad price, but....        
One day, after a hot July, your drive will show signs of crashing. You will immediately try to do a backup using CCC. It will abort 90% of the way through. You will open the case, and discover a hard drive positioned in such a way that it is guaranteed to overheat. Never mind, you have your backup. You'll try to start from it. Oops. Its USB. Can't boot from USB, only Firewire. OK, you install a new drive, install the OS from scratch, now you try to get back your settings. Scattered in library files at random all over the place, and when you do copy them back, they don't work right. Yes, sooner or later computers need to become appliances. But they have not in the iMacs. When they go wrong, and they will, you are royally screwed. Make a clone to a firewire drive, and make it now. Maybe your idea of an appliance. Not mine.Edited 2006-09-06 21:36
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          Special 314: Unboxing the Surface Studio        

TWiT Live Specials (Video-HD)

Microsoft's answer to the iMac, the Surface Studio, arrived at the Eastside Studio in Petaluma and Leo Laporte unboxed the elegant workstation.

The versatile machine has a 28" ultra thin PixelSense display, an Intel Core processor, as well as a 1 TB hybrid hard drive with 64 GB SSD. The Surface Pro also packs 8 GB of RAM, as well as Nvidia's GTX 956M. The unique design, with its hinge, allows the user to transform the machine from a traditional desktop to a tablet-like device. The Surface Dial can be used to customize shortcuts and provide a user interface for a variety of programs, including Spotify, Word, PowerPoint and Paint.

Host: Leo Laporte

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          TuneUp Utilities 2014 v14.0.1000 + Key        
TuneUp Utilities 2014 v14
TuneUp Utilities 2014 v14.0.1000 + Key | 28.97 MB

Tune Up Utilities Pro is a powerful set of Tune-Up products which optimize Windows and improve its efficiency, design and supply. This software is able to optimize Windows, boost your PC's performance, fix problems and it helped you to customize Windows.
Tune-Up Utilities package contains a complete set of software Saver System Optimization Configuration , Cleanup and maintenance to increase the efficiency of the system, keep it clean and helps solve the various problems.

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- Remove all unwanted and unnecessary files from the hard disk
- Hard disk integrated powerful tool
- great cleans registry
- play Abbey random information that has been deleted by the user.
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- a program Uninstall Manager, to remove the installed applications in Windows and its management
- a complete management system and the processor Running programs
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- easy to customize the configuration of Windows
- a program to manage the programs registered StartUp Manager StartUp in Windows
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          CastleStorm 2013 Steam Rip MULTi10 3DM        
CastleStorm 2013 Steam
CastleStorm 2013 Steam Rip MULTi10 3DM | 264.76 MB

Information:
Year of release : 2013
Genre : Action, Indie, Strategy
Developer : Zen Studios
Publisher : Zen Studios
Platform : PC
Language : English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Hungarian, Japanese
Sound language : English
Publication Type : License
Medicine : Present (3DM)

Description:
A mixture of real-time strategy and tower defence, in which the player builds their own lock and defends him from attacking enemies.

System Requirements:
√ Operating system: Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7/Windows 8
√ Processor: Dual Core CPU@2.00GHz
√ Memory: 1 GB
√ Hard drive space: 800 MB
√ Sound device: compatible with DirectX 9.0c
√ Video card: GeForce 8600 / Radeon HD 3670 / Intel HD 4000

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          Lazesoft Data Recovery Unlimited Edition 3.4 + Keygen        
Lazesoft Data Recovery Unlimited Edition
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Lazesoft Data Recovery offers home users and businesses complete solutions to recover deleted files or lost due to the format or corruption of a hard drive, virus or Trojan infection, unexpected system shutdown or software failure.

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          Norton PartitionMagic 8.05 Build 1371 (Boot CD) + Serial        
Norton PartitionMagic 8.05
Norton PartitionMagic 8.05 Build 1371 (Boot CD) + Serial | 276.14 MB

Norton PartitionMagic lets you easily organize your hard drive by creating, resizing, copying, and merging disk partitions. Separate your operating system, applications, documents, music, photos, games, and backup files to reduce the risk of data loss if your system crashes. You can use Norton PartitionMagic 8.0 to run multiple operating systems safely.

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  12. Resizes NTFS system clusters to the most effective size
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          Covenanting 6/19 Solemn League & Covenant 1/8 Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 4/17        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 6/19 Solemn League & Covenant 1/8 Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 4/17
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/9/2017
Bible: John; Galatians 3:15
Length: 81 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Covenanting 5/19 The National Covenant 3/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 3/17        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 5/19 The National Covenant 3/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 3/17
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/9/2017
Bible: Ezekiel; Galatians 3:15
Length: 78 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #48 Westminster Confession 8:3 The Lord Jesus was Furnished for Office of Mediator        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #48 Westminster Confession 8:3 The Lord Jesus was Furnished for Office of Mediator
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/8/2017
Bible: Psalm 45:7; John 3:34
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #47 Westminster Confession 8:2 The Son of God Took Upon Him Man's Nature & Properties        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #47 Westminster Confession 8:2 The Son of God Took Upon Him Man's Nature & Properties
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/8/2017
Bible: 1 John 5:20; John 1:14
Length: 94 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #46 Westminster Confession 8:1 God Chose Jesus to be the Mediator Between God & Man        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #46 Westminster Confession 8:1 God Chose Jesus to be the Mediator Between God & Man
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/8/2017
Bible: Isaiah 42:1; 1 Peter 1:19-20
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Covenanting 4/19 The National Covenant 2/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 2/17        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 4/19 The National Covenant 2/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 2/17
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/5/2017
Bible: Jeremiah; Galatians 3:15
Length: 82 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Covenanting 3/19 The National Covenant 1/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 1/17        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 3/19 The National Covenant 1/3, Examples Of Covenanted Reformation 1/17
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/5/2017
Bible: Revelation; Galatians 3:15
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Covenanting 2/19 Descending Obligations Of Covenants & Biblical Prophecy, OT and NT        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 2/19 Descending Obligations Of Covenants & Biblical Prophecy, OT and NT
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/5/2017
Bible: Isaiah; Galatians 3:15
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Covenanting 1/19 Public Social Covenanting Under the New Testament & Eschatology        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Covenanting 1/19 Public Social Covenanting Under the New Testament & Eschatology
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 8/4/2017
Bible: Hebrews; Galatians 3:15
Length: 86 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #45 Westminster Confession 7:6 Christ is the Substance of the Covenant of Grace        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #45 Westminster Confession 7:6 Christ is the Substance of the Covenant of Grace
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/1/2017
Bible: Colossians 2:17; 1 Peter 1:10-12
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #44 Westminster Confession 7:5 Covenant Of Grace Differently Administered in OT & NT        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #44 Westminster Confession 7:5 Covenant Of Grace Differently Administered in OT & NT
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/1/2017
Bible: 2 Corinthians 3:6-9; Luke 10:23-24
Length: 101 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #43 Westminster Confession 7:4 The Covenant of Grace is Commonly Called a Testament        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #43 Westminster Confession 7:4 The Covenant of Grace is Commonly Called a Testament
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/1/2017
Bible: Hebrews 9:15-17; Luke 22:20
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #42 Westminster Confession 7:3 Covenant Of Grace Freely Offered, Salvation In Christ        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #42 Westminster Confession 7:3 Covenant Of Grace Freely Offered, Salvation In Christ
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 8/1/2017
Bible: Genesis 3:8; Ephesians 2:2
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          King Jesus 17/17 The Magistrate's Power & Taxation, National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 17/17 The Magistrate's Power & Taxation, National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Isaiah 49:22-26; Romans 13
Length: 84 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 16/17 Magistrate’s Power Circa Sacra 2/2 National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 16/17 Magistrate’s Power Circa Sacra 2/2 National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Current Events
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Isaiah 60:3; Romans 13
Length: 67 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 15/17 Magistrate’s Power Circa Sacra 1/2 National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 15/17 Magistrate’s Power Circa Sacra 1/2 National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Micah 4:1; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 14/17 National Church Way 3/3 Christ & the Apostles, Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 14/17 National Church Way 3/3 Christ & the Apostles, Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Isaiah 49:22-26; Romans 13
Length: 59 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 13/17 National Church Way 2/3 New Testament, Nat. Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 13/17 National Church Way 2/3 New Testament, Nat. Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Psalm 67:6-7; Isaiah 60
Length: 59 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 12/17 National Church Way 1/3 The Jewish Church, Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 12/17 National Church Way 1/3 The Jewish Church, Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Ezekiel 47:1-12; Daniel 7:13-14
Length: 59 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 11/17 The Church's Mission to the Nations, National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 11/17 The Church's Mission to the Nations, National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Daniel 2:34; Daniel 2:35-45
Length: 66 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 10/17 Christ & the Nations 4/4 Son of David National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 10/17 Christ & the Nations 4/4 Son of David National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Psalm 110; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 9/17 Christ & the Nations 3/4 Like Unto Moses, Nat. Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 9/17 Christ & the Nations 3/4 Like Unto Moses, Nat. Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Acts 3:22; Acts 7:37
Length: 68 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 8/17 Christ & the Nations 2/4 Greater Than Abraham, Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 8/17 Christ & the Nations 2/4 Greater Than Abraham, Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: John 8:53; Romans 13
Length: 61 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 7/17 Christ & the Nations 1/4 Second Adam, National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 7/17 Christ & the Nations 1/4 Second Adam, National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: 1 Corinthians 15:22; 1 Corinthians 15:45
Length: 61 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 6/17 The Gospel & the Nations 3/3 New Testament 1/1 Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 6/17 The Gospel & the Nations 3/3 New Testament 1/1 Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/31/2017
Bible: Revelation 19:11-16; Romans 13
Length: 76 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 5/17 The Gospel & the Nations 2/3 Old Testament 2/2 Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 5/17 The Gospel & the Nations 2/3 Old Testament 2/2 Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/29/2017
Bible: Psalm 22:27-13; Psalm 72
Length: 61 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 4/17 The Gospel & the Nations 1/3 Old Testament 1/2 Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 4/17 The Gospel & the Nations 1/3 Old Testament 1/2 Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/29/2017
Bible: Isaiah 2:2-4; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 3/17 Biblical Relation Between Church & Nation 2/2, Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 3/17 Biblical Relation Between Church & Nation 2/2, Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/26/2017
Bible: Daniel 7:13-14; Romans 13
Length: 62 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a --few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much --of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #41 Westminster Confession 7:2 First Covenant Made With Man Was a Covenant of Works        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #41 Westminster Confession 7:2 First Covenant Made With Man Was a Covenant of Works
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/25/2017
Bible: Genesis 2:17; Galatians 3:12
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #40 Westminster Confession 7:1 God Condescends To Man, Covenant Theology, Blessedness        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #40 Westminster Confession 7:1 God Condescends To Man, Covenant Theology, Blessedness
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/25/2017
Bible: Isaiah 40:13-17; Job 9:32-33
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #39 Westminster Confession 6:6 Every Sin Brings Guilt and Wrath Upon the Sinner        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #39 Westminster Confession 6:6 Every Sin Brings Guilt and Wrath Upon the Sinner
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/25/2017
Bible: James 4:17; Matthew 25:42-43
Length: 92 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          King Jesus 2/17 Biblical Relation Between Church & Nation 1/2, Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 2/17 Biblical Relation Between Church & Nation 1/2, Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/25/2017
Bible: Isaiah 2:2-4; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a --few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much --of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          King Jesus 1/17 Reformation Of Nations & the Church, National Church Establishments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: King Jesus 1/17 Reformation Of Nations & the Church, National Church Establishments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/24/2017
Bible: Psalm 2; Romans 13
Length: 54 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #7 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Honor        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #7 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Honor
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/22/2017
Bible: Romans 13:7; Romans 13
Length: 64 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #6 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Taxation        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #6 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Taxation
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/22/2017
Bible: Romans 13:6; Romans 13
Length: 66 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #5 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Obedience        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #5 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Obedience
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 7/22/2017
Bible: Romans 13:5; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #38 Westminster Confession 6:5 This Corruption of Nature Remains in the Regenerated        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #38 Westminster Confession 6:5 This Corruption of Nature Remains in the Regenerated
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/18/2017
Bible: 1 John 1:8-10; Romans 7:14-23
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #37 Westminster Confession 6:4 From This Original Corruption All Actual Sin Proceeds        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #37 Westminster Confession 6:4 From This Original Corruption All Actual Sin Proceeds
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/18/2017
Bible: Romans 5:6; Colossians 1:21
Length: 85 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #36 Westminster Confession 6:3 The First Couple is the Natural Root of All Mankind        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #36 Westminster Confession 6:3 The First Couple is the Natural Root of All Mankind
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/18/2017
Bible: 1 Chronicles 1:1; Luke 3:38
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #35 Westminster Confession 6:2 Our First Parents Fell From Original Righteousness        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #35 Westminster Confession 6:2 Our First Parents Fell From Original Righteousness
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/11/2017
Bible: Genesis 1:26-27; Ecclesiastes 7:29
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #34 Westminster Confession 6:1 Our First Parents Sinned in Eating the Forbidden Fruit        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #34 Westminster Confession 6:1 Our First Parents Sinned in Eating the Forbidden Fruit
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/11/2017
Bible: Genesis 3:13; 2 Corinthians 11:3
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #33 Westminster Confession 5:7 God's Providence May Be Seen as General and as Special        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #33 Westminster Confession 5:7 God's Providence May Be Seen as General and as Special
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/11/2017
Bible: 1 Timothy 4:10; Psalm 104:24
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #32 Westminster Confession 5:6 God, as a Righteous Judge, Blinds & Hardens Wicked Men        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #32 Westminster Confession 5:6 God, as a Righteous Judge, Blinds & Hardens Wicked Men
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/11/2017
Bible: Romans 1:24-28; Romans 9:13-18
Length: 86 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #31 Westminster Confession 5:5 God Does Not Solicit or Seduce Any Man to Sin        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #31 Westminster Confession 5:5 God Does Not Solicit or Seduce Any Man to Sin
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/4/2017
Bible: James 1:13-14; Matthew 15:18
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #30 Westminster Confession 5:4 Sinfulness Proceeds Only From the Creature, Not God        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #30 Westminster Confession 5:4 Sinfulness Proceeds Only From the Creature, Not God
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/4/2017
Bible: Romans 11:32-34; 2 Samuel 24:1
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #29 Westminster Confession 5:3 God in His Ordinary Providence Makes Use of Means        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #29 Westminster Confession 5:3 God in His Ordinary Providence Makes Use of Means
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/4/2017
Bible: Acts 27:31; Isaiah 55:10-11
Length: 78 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #28 Westminster Confession 5:2 All Things Fall Out Through Nature Of Second Causes        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #28 Westminster Confession 5:2 All Things Fall Out Through Nature Of Second Causes
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 7/4/2017
Bible: Acts 2:23; Ephesians 1:11
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #27 Westminster Confession 5:1 God Upholds All Creatures by His Most Wise Providence        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #27 Westminster Confession 5:1 God Upholds All Creatures by His Most Wise Providence
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/27/2017
Bible: Hebrews 1:3; Daniel 4:34-35
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #26 Westminster Confession 4:2 After God Had Made All Other Creatures He Created Man        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #26 Westminster Confession 4:2 After God Had Made All Other Creatures He Created Man
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/27/2017
Bible: Genesis 1:27; Luke 23:43
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #25 Westminster Confession 4:1 It Pleased God for His Glory to Create the World        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #25 Westminster Confession 4:1 It Pleased God for His Glory to Create the World
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/27/2017
Bible: Psalm 115:3; Ephesians 1:11
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #24 Westminster Confession 3:8 How is This Doctrine of Predestination to be Taught?        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #24 Westminster Confession 3:8 How is This Doctrine of Predestination to be Taught?
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/27/2017
Bible: Matthew 11:20; Luke 10:20
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #23 Westminster Confession 3:7 Calvinism & Reprobation: God Passes By The Non-Elect        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #23 Westminster Confession 3:7 Calvinism & Reprobation: God Passes By The Non-Elect
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/20/2017
Bible: 1 Peter 2:8; Romans 9:17-22
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #22 Westminster Confession 3:6 God Hath Foreordained the Elect Unto Glory by His Will        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #22 Westminster Confession 3:6 God Hath Foreordained the Elect Unto Glory by His Will
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/20/2017
Bible: Romans 8:30; Ephesians 1:4
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #21 Westminster Confession 3:5 God Chose Without Any Foresight of Faith in the Elect        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #21 Westminster Confession 3:5 God Chose Without Any Foresight of Faith in the Elect
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/13/2017
Bible: 2 Timothy 2:19; John 13:18
Length: 84 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #20 Westminster Confession 3:4 The Number of the Predestinated Cannot Be Changed        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #20 Westminster Confession 3:4 The Number of the Predestinated Cannot Be Changed
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/13/2017
Bible: 2 Timothy 2:19; Psalm 33:11
Length: 85 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #19 Westminster Confession 3:3 God's Decree, Predestination, Election & Reprobation        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #19 Westminster Confession 3:3 God's Decree, Predestination, Election & Reprobation
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/6/2017
Bible: Luke 22:22; Acts 4:28
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #18 Westminster Confession 3:2 Calvinism, God's Foreknowledge & God’s Eternal Decree        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #18 Westminster Confession 3:2 Calvinism, God's Foreknowledge & God’s Eternal Decree
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 6/6/2017
Bible: Matthew 11:26; Ephesians 1:5
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #17 Westminster Confession 3:1 God From Eternity Ordained Whatsoever Comes to Pass        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #17 Westminster Confession 3:1 God From Eternity Ordained Whatsoever Comes to Pass
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/30/2017
Bible: Ephesians 1:11; Matthew 25:34
Length: 92 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #16 Westminster Confession 2:3 The Godhead, Three Persons, of One Substance and Power        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #16 Westminster Confession 2:3 The Godhead, Three Persons, of One Substance and Power
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/30/2017
Bible: 1 John 5:7; Matthew 3:16
Length: 97 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #15 Westminster Confession 2:2 God Hath All Life, Glory, Goodness in and of Himself        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #15 Westminster Confession 2:2 God Hath All Life, Glory, Goodness in and of Himself
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/23/2017
Bible: John 5:26; Acts 7:2
Length: 92 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #14 Westminster Confession 2:1 Of God and of the Holy Trinity: Only One True God        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #14 Westminster Confession 2:1 Of God and of the Holy Trinity: Only One True God
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/23/2017
Bible: Deuteronomy 6:4; 1 Thessalonians 1:9
Length: 93 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #13 Westminster Confession 1:10 The Supreme Judge of all Controversies is Scripture        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #13 Westminster Confession 1:10 The Supreme Judge of all Controversies is Scripture
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/16/2017
Bible: Ephesians 2:20; Acts 28:25
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #12 Westminster Confession 1:9 The Rule of Interpretation of Scripture is Scripture        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #12 Westminster Confession 1:9 The Rule of Interpretation of Scripture is Scripture
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/16/2017
Bible: 2 Peter 1:20; Acts 15:15-16
Length: 86 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #11 Westminster Confession 1:8 The Bible Should Be Translated into Common Languages        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #11 Westminster Confession 1:8 The Bible Should Be Translated into Common Languages
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/9/2017
Bible: Matthew 5:18; Acts 15:15
Length: 93 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #10 Westminster Confession 1:7 Things Necessary for Salvation are Clearly Propounded        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #10 Westminster Confession 1:7 Things Necessary for Salvation are Clearly Propounded
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/2/2017
Bible: Psalm 119:105; 2 Peter 1:19
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #9 Westminster Confession 1:6 The Whole Counsel of God is Contained in the Bible        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #9 Westminster Confession 1:6 The Whole Counsel of God is Contained in the Bible
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 5/2/2017
Bible: 2 Timothy 3:15; Galatians 1:8-9
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          The Lord Jesus Christ Said, Where Your Treasure Is, There Will Your Heart Be Also        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: The Lord Jesus Christ Said, Where Your Treasure Is, There Will Your Heart Be Also
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 4/28/2017
Bible: Matthew 6:19-21; Luke 12
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Establishment Of Gospel, Reformation, Truth Over All Nations Before the Second Coming        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Establishment Of Gospel, Reformation, Truth Over All Nations Before the Second Coming
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 4/24/2017
Bible: Isaiah 2:2-4; Ezekiel 47:1-12
Length: 66 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Then Christ Arose, and Rebuked the Winds and the Sea; and There Was A Great Calm        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Then Christ Arose, and Rebuked the Winds and the Sea; and There Was A Great Calm
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 4/22/2017
Bible: Matthew 8:23-27; Matthew 8
Length: 65 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Movies 3/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Movies 3/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 4/22/2017
Bible: Matthew 5:27-29; Matthew 5:18-19
Length: 70 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Movies 2/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Movies 2/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 4/22/2017
Bible: 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17; Hebrews 12:14
Length: 70 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Movies 1/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Movies 1/3 Christian Sanctification, Entertainment, Theater, TV, Recreation, Phones
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 4/22/2017
Bible: 1 Thessalonians 4:1-7; Romans 6
Length: 66 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #8 Westminster Confession 1:5 Assurance of the Infallible Truth of the Holy Scripture        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #8 Westminster Confession 1:5 Assurance of the Infallible Truth of the Holy Scripture
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 4/18/2017
Bible: Romans 3:2; Isaiah 30:21
Length: 78 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #7 Westminster Confession 1:4 Authority of Holy Scripture Does Not Depend Upon Man        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #7 Westminster Confession 1:4 Authority of Holy Scripture Does Not Depend Upon Man
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 4/11/2017
Bible: 2 Peter 1:19; 2 Timothy 3:16
Length: 78 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #6 Westminster Confession 1:3 Of the Holy Scripture. Which Books are the Apocrypha?        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #6 Westminster Confession 1:3 Of the Holy Scripture. Which Books are the Apocrypha?
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 4/4/2017
Bible: Romans 3:2; Luke 24:27
Length: 82 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #5 Westminster Confession 1:2 The Holy Scripture. Books of the Old & New Testaments        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #5 Westminster Confession 1:2 The Holy Scripture. Books of the Old & New Testaments
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 4/4/2017
Bible: John 10:35; Mark 7:9
Length: 91 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #4 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Ministers...        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #4 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Ministers...
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 3/27/2017
Bible: Romans 13:4; Romans 13
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation--resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in--much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you--take responsibility for your soul and spend a few--shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of--the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside--Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's--truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive---http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor,--Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg--Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Christ's Mediatorial Reign 5/5 Fate of Nations Which Reject the Gospel Of God's Grace        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Christ's Mediatorial Reign 5/5 Fate of Nations Which Reject the Gospel Of God's Grace
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 3/26/2017
Bible: Psalm 9:17; Romans 13
Length: 68 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Christ's Mediatorial Reign 4/5 Duty of Nations Favored With the Gospel Of God's Grace        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Christ's Mediatorial Reign 4/5 Duty of Nations Favored With the Gospel Of God's Grace
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 3/26/2017
Bible: Acts 9:15; Romans 13
Length: 70 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Christ's Mediatorial Reign 3/5 The Kingdom of the Stone Crushes All Ungodly Kingdoms        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Christ's Mediatorial Reign 3/5 The Kingdom of the Stone Crushes All Ungodly Kingdoms
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 3/26/2017
Bible: Daniel 2:44; Romans 13
Length: 69 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Christ's Mediatorial Reign 2/5 Mediatorial Dominion, Lord Over All, King Of Kings ...        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Christ's Mediatorial Reign 2/5 Mediatorial Dominion, Lord Over All, King Of Kings ...
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 3/26/2017
Bible: John 17:3; Romans 13
Length: 69 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Christ's Mediatorial Reign 1/5 Duty of Magistrates Favored With the Gospel, the Bible        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Christ's Mediatorial Reign 1/5 Duty of Magistrates Favored With the Gospel, the Bible
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Sunday Service
Date: 3/26/2017
Bible: Psalm 22:27; Psalm 2
Length: 69 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #3 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Good Works        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #3 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, Good Works
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 3/21/2017
Bible: Romans 13; Hosea 8:4
Length: 65 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation--resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in--much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you--take responsibility for your soul and spend a few--shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of--the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar,--http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside--Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's--truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive---http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor,--Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg--Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #3 Westminster Confession, Introduction 3/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #3 Westminster Confession, Introduction 3/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 3/21/2017
Bible: John 18:37-38; 2 Timothy 3:7
Length: 66 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #2 Westminster Confession, Introduction 2/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #2 Westminster Confession, Introduction 2/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 3/21/2017
Bible: Matthew 11:27; John 17:21
Length: 62 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #2 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13 Hermeneutics        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #2 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13 Hermeneutics
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 3/20/2017
Bible: Romans 13, Romans 13:2
Length: 63 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst--of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter---Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive---http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author,--Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at--http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #1 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, John Calvin        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #1 Biblical Civil Government Versus Satanic Civil Government, Romans 13, John Calvin
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 3/20/2017
Bible: Romans 13; Revelation 13
Length: 61 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation--resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst--of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter---Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive---http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author,--Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at--http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          #1 Westminster Confession, Introduction 1/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #1 Westminster Confession, Introduction 1/3 Epistemology, Can We Know Absolute Truth?
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 2/28/2017
Bible: Romans 11:36; Proverbs 16:4
Length: 62 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          #4 Westminster Confession 1:1 Holy Scripture, Bible, Light of Nature, Gospel, Jesus        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: #4 Westminster Confession 1:1 Holy Scripture, Bible, Light of Nature, Gospel, Jesus
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Teaching
Date: 2/28/2017
Bible: Proverbs 20:27; Acts 14:15-17
Length: 92 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but you have seldom or have never read older Reformed literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of theological and spiritual insight which is lacking in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed theology. If you think of yourself as conservative, the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly Reformed. There are more solid resources for less money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend you take responsibility for your soul and spend a few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e., the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and Second Reformations gave us the most faithful Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of the Apostles, and there is no other resource, outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4-------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanted Presbyterian Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.- Free resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Providence 7/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 7/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/22/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 89 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Providence 6/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 6/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/22/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 86 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Providence 5/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 5/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/22/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 83 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Providence 4/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 4/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/22/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 87 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Providence 3/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 3/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/22/2016
Bible: Ephesians 1; Romans 9
Length: 78 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl
          Providence 2/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 2/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/21/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 88 min. (64kbps)

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          Providence 1/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Providence 1/7 Calvinism, Reformation, Predestination, God's Decree, Calvinists, WCF
Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages
Speaker: Jim Dodson
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Bible Study
Date: 12/21/2016
Bible: Romans 9; Ephesians 1
Length: 90 min. (64kbps)

Overview: See covenanter.org for many free Reformation resources.----Puritan Hard Drive at http---ow.ly-fPY4o----If you love the Bible, then you may well be--Reformed. If you think of yourself as Reformed, but--you have seldom or have never read older Reformed--literature, prepare to be challenged. The Puritan--Hard Drive provides primary sources and depth of--theological and spiritual insight which is lacking--in much of what is passed off as genuine Reformed--theology. If you think of yourself as conservative,--the older Puritan and Reformed authors will help you--sort reality from myth in your quest to be truly--Reformed. There are more solid resources for less--money here than anywhere else. I highly recommend--you take responsibility for your soul and spend a--few shekels for this cup of cold water in the midst of the modern religious desert.----- Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian -Covenanter- Scholar, http---www.covenanter.org-----If you want to understand Reformed theology -i.e.,--the whole counsel of God- the Puritan Hard Drive is--unsurpassed, outside the Bible itself. The First and--Second Reformations gave us the most faithful--Scriptural teaching and preaching since the time of--the Apostles, and there is no other resource,--outside Scripture itself, where you can find so much--of God's truth as in the Puritan Hard Drive -http---ow.ly-fPY4o-.----May the Lord continue to use this most profitable--tool to promote a Third Reformation that encompasses--the whole world -Isaiah 2-2-4------- Pastor Greg Price -Covenanter Pastor, Author, Theologian, etc.-----Free online resources by Greg Price at http---ow.ly-uHHAl----More Free SWRB Reformed Resources http---ow.ly-vXqTJ
          Obeying Christ's Orders: You Who Belong to Christ, Take Heed to His Word        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: Obeying Christ's Orders: You Who Belong to Christ, Take Heed to His Word
Subtitle: 1 Spurgeon Sermons from SWRB
Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Audio Book
Date: 12/20/2016
Bible: John 2:5; Matthew 25:42
Length: 50 min. (64kbps)

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          The Glorious Gospel: Christ Came Into the World to Save Sinners; of Whom I am Chief        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: The Glorious Gospel: Christ Came Into the World to Save Sinners; of Whom I am Chief
Subtitle: 1 Spurgeon Sermons from SWRB
Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Audio Book
Date: 12/13/2016
Bible: 1 Timothy 1:15; Genesis 18:21
Length: 51 min. (64kbps)

Overview: Puritan Hard Drive Sale http---bit.ly-ci3g2z----PAUL WASHER -HeartCry Missionary Society- writes, 'In the history of extra-biblical study and research tools there has never before been a resource as useful as the Puritan Hard Drive.--The Puritan Hard Drive is a tremendous blessing... the KnowledgeBase software on the Puritan Hard Drive provides an effective road map to access the material in ways that are easy-to-use, organized and highly productive. With the click of a button, you can easily do ten hours worth of research in just seconds-----Having the Puritan Hard Drive is like owning the largest Puritan and Reformed Library in the world along with a full time research assistant with his Ph.D in Puritan Studies from Oxford or Cambridge. Imagine not only owning the largest Puritan and Reformed library, but having a full-time team of world-class research assistants at your beck and call.----It is almost as if God is saying, 'Here is a tool that will lead you to more truth faster than ever before. Make the best possible use of it and bring much glory to My Name.' -2 Timothy 2-15, Ephesians 5-16-.'-----------Dr. Voddie Baucham -Voddie Baucham Ministries- writes,----'I want you to know that I have enjoyed my Puritan Hard Drive immensely.----I simply could not have imagined such a resource before getting my hands on it-----To have that much information from a consistent, biblical, orthodox, and gospel-centered point of view is simply astonishing.'-----------'I don't believe there has been a more valuable extra-biblical resource and tool than the Puritan Hard Drive.' - Dr. Matthew McMahon, A Puritan's Mind----MANY MORE PURITAN HARD DRIVE USER REVIEWS http---bit.ly-c5MGjL
          The Victory of Faith: Whatsoever is Born of God Overcometh the World; Even Our Faith        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: The Victory of Faith: Whatsoever is Born of God Overcometh the World; Even Our Faith
Subtitle: 1 Spurgeon Sermons from SWRB
Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Audio Book
Date: 12/13/2016
Bible: 1 John 5:4; Luke 12:53
Length: 46 min. (64kbps)

Overview: Puritan Hard Drive Sale http---bit.ly-ci3g2z----PAUL WASHER -HeartCry Missionary Society- writes, 'In the history of extra-biblical study and research tools there has never before been a resource as useful as the Puritan Hard Drive.--The Puritan Hard Drive is a tremendous blessing... the KnowledgeBase software on the Puritan Hard Drive provides an effective road map to access the material in ways that are easy-to-use, organized and highly productive. With the click of a button, you can easily do ten hours worth of research in just seconds-----Having the Puritan Hard Drive is like owning the largest Puritan and Reformed Library in the world along with a full time research assistant with his Ph.D in Puritan Studies from Oxford or Cambridge. Imagine not only owning the largest Puritan and Reformed library, but having a full-time team of world-class research assistants at your beck and call.----It is almost as if God is saying, 'Here is a tool that will lead you to more truth faster than ever before. Make the best possible use of it and bring much glory to My Name.' -2 Timothy 2-15, Ephesians 5-16-.'-----------Dr. Voddie Baucham -Voddie Baucham Ministries- writes,----'I want you to know that I have enjoyed my Puritan Hard Drive immensely.----I simply could not have imagined such a resource before getting my hands on it-----To have that much information from a consistent, biblical, orthodox, and gospel-centered point of view is simply astonishing.'-----------'I don't believe there has been a more valuable extra-biblical resource and tool than the Puritan Hard Drive.' - Dr. Matthew McMahon, A Puritan's Mind----MANY MORE PURITAN HARD DRIVE USER REVIEWS http---bit.ly-c5MGjL
          The Ascension of Christ: Meditate Upon the Ascension for Comfort & Edification        
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: The Ascension of Christ: Meditate Upon the Ascension for Comfort & Edification
Subtitle: 1 Spurgeon Sermons from SWRB
Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon
Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books
Event: Audio Book
Date: 12/13/2016
Bible: Ephesians 4:7-12; Psalm 68:3
Length: 53 min. (64kbps)

Overview: Puritan Hard Drive Sale http---bit.ly-ci3g2z----PAUL WASHER -HeartCry Missionary Society- writes, 'In the history of extra-biblical study and research tools there has never before been a resource as useful as the Puritan Hard Drive.--The Puritan Hard Drive is a tremendous blessing... the KnowledgeBase software on the Puritan Hard Drive provides an effective road map to access the material in ways that are easy-to-use, organized and highly productive. With the click of a button, you can easily do ten hours worth of research in just seconds-----Having the Puritan Hard Drive is like owning the largest Puritan and Reformed Library in the world along with a full time research assistant with his Ph.D in Puritan Studies from Oxford or Cambridge. Imagine not only owning the largest Puritan and Reformed library, but having a full-time team of world-class research assistants at your beck and call.----It is almost as if God is saying, 'Here is a tool that will lead you to more truth faster than ever before. Make the best possible use of it and bring much glory to My Name.' -2 Timothy 2-15, Ephesians 5-16-.'-----------Dr. Voddie Baucham -Voddie Baucham Ministries- writes,----'I want you to know that I have enjoyed my Puritan Hard Drive immensely.----I simply could not have imagined such a resource before getting my hands on it-----To have that much information from a consistent, biblical, orthodox, and gospel-centered point of view is simply astonishing.'-----------'I don't believe there has been a more valuable extra-biblical resource and tool than the Puritan Hard Drive.' - Dr. Matthew McMahon, A Puritan's Mind----MANY MORE PURITAN HARD DRIVE USER REVIEWS http---bit.ly-c5MGjL
          Volunteering: photoID in Cardigan Bay!        
The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre (New Quay, West Wales, UK) is seeking a Voluntary Assistant Photo-ID Catalogue Officer for the 2010 field season.

The primary purpose of our ongoing research, supported by Environment Wales and the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, is to monitor the marine mammal populations found within Cardigan Bay´s Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and beyond. Using non-invasive photo-identification techniques, we are endeavouring to establish the size and health of the population as well as reproductive and survival rates.

We need a committed volunteer to work at the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre between April and October 2010.

Post description:

- Main responsibility will be to assist with the cataloguing of the bottlenose dolphin photographs for the photo-ID purposes of the CBMWC, including matching individuals to previous year?´ images.

- Giving talks on the photo-identification work conducted at the CBMWC to interested parties.

- Co-ordinate and organise other volunteers participating with the photo-ID work at CBMWC, to tie in with the daily rota.

- Be responsible for training new volunteers in the analysis of photo-ID images, transferring images from memory cards to the Photo-ID computer and ensuring that all images are stored in the correct folders on the computer, e.g. week, date and trip folder and encounter folder if there is more than one per trip.

- Production of up to date procedures for all aspects of the photo-ID work in order that other volunteers can use them in order to complete any photo-ID tasks required of them.

- Ensure that all 2010 images and data are backed up on a regular basis throughout the season (external hard drive, DVDs or CDs) so that there is more than one copy in existence in case of computer failure.

- At the end of the 2010 season help to compile a photo-ID catalogue that includes images from 2009 and 2010 and information and data on what, where and when animals were seen.

There will also be the opportunity to assist with the boat and land-based dolphin surveys and help in the Visitor's Centre.

Desired skills and qualifications:

- Fluency in English (essential)
- IT skills
- Able to work well in a small team and independently without supervision
- Willingness to work in a conscientious, responsible and reliable manner
- Enthusiastic and hard working
- An interest in wildlife and conservation
- Experience working with the public, and public speaking would be useful
- An interest and knowledge of British cetaceans would be an advantage
- A background in biology, particularly marine biology/environmental science would be useful
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Time commitment:

The Voluntary Assistant Photo-ID Officer role requires a commitment of at least four months, including July to October. Preferably you would be able to commit for the entire field season April-October. Volunteers living locally who are available on a part time basis are also welcome to apply.

Accommodation and expense arrangements:

Basic, shared accommodation can be arranged for approximately ?55 per week. Volunteers are responsible for their own food, travel and accommodation costs.

About the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre (Est.1996):

The Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre is a non-profit organisation
dedicated to promoting public awareness of the marine species, habitats and conservation of the marine wildlife in Cardigan Bay through research and education. The group is affiliated to the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and supported by Environment Wales. The centre is in the heart of New Quay overlooking the beautiful beach and harbour. It is used as a base for our research and also includes our Visitor Centre.

Further information:

Contact Laura on 01545 560032 or volunteer@cbmwc.org
Visit our website www.cbmwc.org

How to apply:

Please contact us by e-mail volunteer@cbmwc.org to request an application form and further details.

Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre
Patent Slip Building
Glanmor Terrace
New Quay
Ceredigion
Wales, SA45 9PS
Ffon/Phone: 01545 560032
E-bost/E-mail: info@cbmwc.org
www.cbmwc.org

          Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare + Crack Full        

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Full Crack
Release Date: 07-11-2007
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Free Download PC Game COD 4: MW Full Version - The new action-thriller from the award-winning team at Infinity Ward, the creators of the Call of Duty® series, delivers the most intense and cinematic action experience ever. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare arms gamers with an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern day firepower and transports them to the most treacherous hotspots around the globe to take on a rogue enemy group threatening the world. As both a U.S. Marine and British S.A.S soldier fighting through an unfolding story full of twists and turns, players use sophisticated technology, superior firepower and coordinated land and air strikes on a battlefield where speed, accuracy and communication are essential to victory. The epic title also delivers an added depth of multiplayer action providing online fans an all-new community of persistence, addictive and customizable play.

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  • Memory: 512 Mb
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              Mars: War Logs-COGENT        

    Mars: War Logs - COGENT
    Release Date: 26-04-2013
    Language: English
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    Free download PC game 2013 Mars: War Logs Full Version - In the destroyed world of Mars, two destinies mingle together. Two beings searching for their identity travel across a broken planet, constantly facing bloody political conflicts which tear the old colonies apart. Often divided, sometimes fighting the same enemies, both are the source of the advent of a new era…

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    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.2 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
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              Post Apocalyptic Mayhem-PROPHET        

    Post Apocalyptic Mayhem-PROPHET
    Release Date: 04-2014
    Language: English | French | German | Italian | Spanish
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    Free download PC game Post Apocalyptic Mayhem Full Version - lets you race and battle heavily-modified vehicles through numerous breathtaking tracks and lay waste to other racers in over-the-top vehicular mayhem. You can use special vehicle abilities to cause spectacular destruction to enemy cars as you fight and speed to victory. You’ll experience remarkable speeds, hilarious and violent weapons, reinforced vehicles and various exhilarating tracks.

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    Minimum System Requirements
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 3.0 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 3200+
    • Memory: 1 Gb
    • Hard Drive: 1 Gb free
    • Video Memory: 256 Mb
    • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 6800 / ATI Radeon X1800
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              F1 2012-FLT - UPafile        
    F1 ( Formula 1 ) 2012-FairLight
    Release Date: 18/09/2012
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    FREE Download PC Game F1 2012 Full Version - Racing presents F1 2012, the next game in the BAFTA-winning series featuring all the official drivers, teams and circuits from the 2012 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP. Learn the basics and master the challenge of driving the best machines on the planet in the Young Driver Test Experience the next generation in weather system technology where storm fronts move across the circuits, soaking specific areas of the track, as well as racing around the all-new Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas, home of the 2012 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX. Two new quick fire game options: Season Challenge, a complete Career in just 10 races, and Champions Mode Scenarios, where you test your skills against the very best, complete an exciting line up of gaming options which also includes a 5 year Career, Co-op Championship, 16 Player Multiplayer & Time Attack Scenarios.

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    • Video Memory: 256 Mb
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    Recommended System Requirements
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              God Mode-RELOADED        
    God Mode-RELOADED
    Release Date: 04-2013
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    Free download PC game God Mode Full Version - Is set in a twisted version of Greek mythology and the afterlife. The player is a descendant of an ancient God whose family has been banished by Hades from Mt. Olympus and turned into a mere mortal. To avoid an afterlife of eternal damnnation, the player must battle through this purgatory known as the Maze of Hades against an army of the underworld.

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    Minimum System Requirements
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.0 Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
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    • Hard Drive: 5 Gb free
    • Video Memory: 512 Mb
    • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 2900
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    Recommended System Requirements
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              New Computer Opinions        
    Hi guys,

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    I only really play racing games such as rFactor 1/2 and Assetto Corsa plus have recently bought a GoPro so will do the odd bit of HD video editing.

    My dilemma is whether I should go for a 1150 socket combo with DDR3 memory or should I wait and save for a new Socket 2011 combo with DDR4 memory?

    Whilst that would allow more future upgrades is it total overkill for my needs?

    Would probably be Intel Core i7-4790K 4.00GHz vs Intel Core i7-5820K 3.30GHz setup. Ati Radeon R9 280x GPU with a couple of Samsung 840 Evo SSD's thrown in.

    My previous setup was an i5 @ 3.0Ghz with 8GB 1033 DDR3, Ati Radeon HD 6870 1GB and a couple of OCZ Vertex 2 SSD's with a 500GB hard drive just for data storage.
              YOU HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE UNC VIRUS        


    As we do not have any programming experience,
    this virus works on the honor system. Please delete
    all of the files on your hard drive and manually for -
    ward this virus to everyone in your address book.

    Thanks for your cooperation,

    UNC Computer Department


              How To Get Rid of Spyware        
    Spyware is put on your computer without you knowing. It is something used to spy on you and you activities on your computer.

    Spyware is put on your computer without your knowledge and a lot of the time people don't even realize they have been infected. It can also be used to take over your computer and perform task you do not wish it to perform.

    It can be used to record keystrokes, screen info, email logs, chat logs, your internet activity, and hard drive info. If you have spyware on your computer you need to get rid of spyware quickly. Spyware can make changes to your personal computer setting and these changes can sometimes hard to reverse. It can make changes to your homepage, files on your hard drive, and also steal valuable information form you.

    How to get rid of spyware? First you need to scan your computer with a special type of software that will scan and remove the spyware. You could search forever online for spyware programs and there are quite a few out there. Some of them work some don't.

    There are a lot of programs out there but I have actually found some that really work. There are links at the bottom of this page for the software. Some of them even let you scan your computer first before actually buy them. I would recommend considering buying these programs though because they only offer a free scan not a scan and remove like suggested.

    I would tell you that if you do have spyware on your computer to get rid of spyware as soon as possible. I think you should also scan you computer for spyware at least once a month maybe twice a month if you do come to find that your computer is infected with spyware.
    For the best information online about spyware removal visit::

    http://spywareinfo.net
              Step One For Protecting Your Technology        
    Information Technology can be pretty overwhelming.  There are lots of acronyms, abbreviations, and buzzwords you have to know just to do your everyday work.  On top of that you have tons of vendors and sales reps that want to sell you some kind of server, software, or service to protect you from all that can go wrong.  How do you evaluate all this technology when you barely understand it?  If you're like most people you get overwhelmed and procrastinate.  Really, who wants to go home after putting a long day at work and start working on their technology protection strategy.

    The first step that I recommend to anyone working on a technology protection strategy is to visualize what they would do when confronted with the most common technology disasters.  Sure you may need protection from a potential hacker that might try to break into your network Oceans 11 style, but those types of break-ins are relatively rare for small businesses.  However I can almost guarantee one of these problems will happen to your business in the next three years:




    1. Hard drive failure.  If you haven't had this happen before, it's only a matter of time until you experience it.  Imagine one day you go to your computer and power it on, only to find that it can't find an operating system, and all you get is a black screen staring back at you.  You take the computer to your "tech" person, and they say the hard drive is dead, any information on it is lost forever.  Now picture this scenario with each computer, laptop, or server that you own.  What would you do?  Who would you call? How long could you live without that data?  Could you live without it forever?
    2. Malware Infection.  No matter how careful you are, someday one of your computers will get a malware infection.  This will result in your computer running very slowly, pop up screens will come up, and programs will stop working correctly.  Usually it will leave your computer in an unusable state.  Your "tech" person will probably recommend wiping out your computer and starting all over again from scratch.  This will be a very similar situation as the hard drive failure.  How long could you live without your computer?  Could you stand to lose all your data?  
    3. Lost or Stolen Computer.  Imagine coming back to your car and seeing your window smashed in.  Your laptop has been stolen.  Did it have sensitive customer information?  Did it have credit card numbers, bank account numbers, logins to sensitive websites?  Here's another scenario, you went out to lunch and left your smartphone on the table.  The phone's gone missing and all hope of getting it back is gone.  Your phone was connected to your company's email, and you had hundreds of business contacts in your phone.  Will that information be safe?
    The answer for most people will be, "I don't know if I'm ok or not."  And that answer is to be expected, but which scenario makes you the most nervous?  Which one do you think you couldn't recover from?  Once you've come up with the scenario that will cost you the most money or pain, start there with your planning.

              Difference between FAT 32 & NTFS        
    FAT (FAT16 and FAT32) and NTFS are two methods for storing data on a hard drive. The hard drive has to either be formatted using one or the other, or can be converted from one to the other (usually FAT to NTFS) using a system tool. FAT32 and NTFS are file systems i.e., a set of logical constructs that an operating system can use to track manage files on a disk volume. Storage hardware cannot be used without a file system, but not all file systems are universally supported by all operating systems. All operating systems support FAT32 because it is a simple file system and has been around for […]
              Thing #5: Explore Flickr        
    Photo sharing websites have been around since the 90s, but it took a small startup site called Flickr to catapult the idea of “sharing” into a full blown online community. Within the last few years, Flickr has become the fastest growing photo sharing site on the web and is known as one of the first websites to use keyword “tags” to create associations and connections between photos and users of the site.

    Read 7 Things You Should Know About Flickr

    As you know (or should know) not all Google Images are copyright-friendly. You do not have the rights to use all visuals found there. That is also true with Flickr photos in the overall collection.

    However, the folks at Flickr have arranged separate collections based on the copyright-friendly Creative Commons rules. The photos found here can be downloaded and used by you, a visitor to the site.

    For this discovery exercise:
    1.Take a good look at Flickr and discover what this site has to offer.
    Find out how tags work, what groups are, and all the neat things that people and other libraries are using Flickr for.

    2. Visit the Flickr Creative Commons site and explore what kinds of photos you could you use for your library or classroom. Do a search using a keyword or two from your subject or curriculum.
    Save a photo to your hard drive (in My Pictures is best). Add that photo to your #5 blog posting that interests you.
    Note: Do not use the Search box found on the top right side--it takes you to the general collection where not all photos are copyright friendly. Here is some help in downloading photos from the site.

    3. Write about what you found. Be sure and put Thing 5 as part of your post title.

    Reminder: Separate post for each Thing. Please do not combine Things.
              Thing #10: Online Image Generator        
    (This image was made with Comic Strip Generator)

    For this discovery exercise, we just want you to have fun. Find a few fun image or text generators to play around with and write a post in your blog about one of your favorites and display the result. Often adding the image you mocked up to your blog is as simple as copying and pasting code that the page provides. If not, you may just need to right click on the image and then save it to your hard drive before using Blogger’s image button to add it to your post. If you’re having difficulty getting your image added to a post in your blog, ask a colleague for help. In looking at several of your blogs, it’s easy to see that we have lots of people in the district who have figured out how easy it is to add images to their blogs.

    Discovery Resources:
    Comic Strip Generator
    Custom Sign Generator
    Image Chef
    Happy Face Generator
    Big Huge Labs
    Kid-Friendly Image Generators
    Dumpr
    Wordle
    Glogster

    Trading Card Maker
    Also try a Google search for online generators, text generators or image generators!




















    (This image was created in Trading Card Maker)

    Discovery Exercise:
    1. Play around with some image generators and find one that you like.
    2. Create several different types of images and save them to your computer.
    3. Describe your discovery process in your blog.
    Note: Be sure to include a link to the image generator(s) you used, so other participants can discover it too.
    4. In your post, be sure to include ways you might use these image generators in the library 0r classroom. Take some time and have fun with this exercise. (And remember to be tasteful too!)
              4 intelligent thoughts from a deep geek        

    (1) If you don't want to pay for an anti-virus program, at least install a free one.
    Your PC probably came with a trial version of an anti-virus program that will stop working after a month unless you upgrade to the paid version. Of course you can do that if you want. Especially if you ever think you might want phone tech support for your anti-virus software, I expect it's better for a product that you've paid money for.
    On the other hand, I know people who thought that if they didn't want to pay for the upgrade to their PC's default anti-virus program, their only option was to let it expire and let their computer run unprotected. If you don't want to pay for a non-free program, install a free one -- Wikipedia has a list of 15 different free or freemiumanti-virus products for Windows. PC Magazine gave their "Editor's Choice" award for best free Windows anti-virus to Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.70 in 2013 and AVG Anti-Virus Free in 2012, so either of those will work.
    (Yes, I know you guys know this. But pass the word on to your Mom or kid brother with the new laptop.)
    (2) Save files to a folder that is automatically mirrored to the cloud, for effortless backups.
    The era in which everybody talks about backing up, but nobody actually does it, should have ended completely in 2013. Old-style backups, even the incredibly easy options, still mostly required you stop what you were doing for a minute, connect to a remote server or connect a piece of hardware to your computer, and twiddle your thumbs while waiting for some copy process to execute. So nobody bothered.
    With cloud-mirrored folders, there's no excuse any more. I found out about Dropbox by asking a mailing list, "I would really like it if there were an online backup service that let me open and close files from a local folder so that there was no delay, but as soon as I made any changes, would automatically be queued to be backed up over the network to a remote host," and my listmates said, "That already exists." Windows 8 comes with the similar SkyDrive service already built in.
    You can read a detailed comparison of Dropbox vs. SkyDrive vs. Google Drive, but the key point is to use one of them to mirror one of your local folders to the cloud, and get into the habit of saving stuff to that folder. Obviously this may not apply to you if you have something special going on (if you're creating large multimedia files that won't fit within the several-gigabyte limit imposed by these services, or if your privacy concerns are great enough that you don't want to back up files online), but it's good enough for most people. The horror stories about people saving months or years of writing, and then losing it all in a hard drive crash, should never happen to anyone again.
    (3) Create a non-administrator guest account, in case a friend needs to borrow the computer.
    Some of my friends and relatives have no problem telling people, "No, I don't care if you need to check the weather, you can't touch my computer!" But if you can't resist the urge to be helpful if someone needs to borrow your laptop for a few minutes, then eventually one of those people will mess it up somehow -- either by installing a game, or visiting a website that installed malware on your computer, or just changing a system setting that you can't figure out how to change back.
    When the day comes when someone needs to borrow your computer, you may be too rushed or might not know how to create an unprivileged non-administrator account that they can log in under. So go ahead and do it when your computer is brand new, while the thought is still fresh in your mind. Then if people who borrow your computer sign in under that account, in almost all cases, nothing that they do while logged in should interfere with your user experience when you log them off and log back in as yourself.
    That's not a completely secure solution to stop someone from accessing private files on your computer. (There are many pages describing how to boot up a Windows machine from a Linux CD, in order to access files on the computer -- they are usually described as "disaster recovery" options, but they can also be used to access files on a PC without the password.) However, it will stop most casual users from messing up your computer while they borrow it.
    (4) Be aware of your computer's System Restore option as a way of fixing mysterious problems that arose recently.
    I say "be aware" because, unlike the other three tips, this may not ever be something that you have to actually do. However, intermediate-level computer users just need to understand what it means: to restore your computer's settings and installed programs to a recently saved snapshot, while leaving your saved files untouched. This means if your computer has started acting funny in the last couple of days, you may be able to fix the problem by restoring to a snapshot that was saved before the problems started.
    Intermediate users sometimes confuse this with either (a) restoring files from backup, or (b) doing a system recovery (which generally refers to restoring your computer to the state in which it left the factory). So if you're the techie doing the explaining, make sure they understand the difference. (A system recovery will often fix problems, too, but then of course you'll have to re-install all your software; a system restore is more convenient since it only undoes the most recent system changes.)

              Prevent a Hard Drive Crash by Using These SMART Utilities        

    Categories: Apple/Mac/OSX, Hardware, Software, Tools

    Hard drive failures equal downtime and data loss.  For businesses, this ultimately leads to loss of revenue.  By using a SMART utility though, it is possible to prevent a catastrophic failure by giving you enough time to take action as soon as a problem is detected.  In this article, I would like to share with […]

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              How to Recover Data from a Crashed Hard Drive        

    Categories: Hardware, How To, Software, Tools

    The complete guide to hard drive recovery.  Successful hard drive recovery is important to everyone, because you have important and potentially irreplaceable data and files.  Whether the data has been lost due to a hard disk drive crash, or the computer has stopped working for some other reason, this article shows you how to safely […]

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              What is a Quantum Computer?        


    What is a Quantum Computer?

    Behold your computer. Your computer represents the culmination of years of technological advancements beginning with the early ideas of Charles Babbage (1791-1871) and eventual creation of the first computer by German engineer Konrad Zuse in 1941. Surprisingly however, the high speed modern computer sitting in front of you is fundamentally no different from its gargantuan 30 ton ancestors, which were equipped with some 18000 vacuum tubes and 500 miles of wiring! Although computers have become more compact and considerably faster in performing their task, the task remains the same: to manipulate and interpret an encoding of binary bits into a useful computational result. A bit is a fundamental unit of information, classically represented as a 0 or 1 in your digital computer. Each classical bit is physically realized through a macroscopic physical system, such as the magnetization on a hard disk or the charge on a capacitor. A document, for example, comprised of n-characters stored on the hard drive of a typical computer is accordingly described by a string of 8n zeros and ones. Herein lies a key difference between your classical computer and a quantum computer. Where a classical computer obeys the well understood laws of classical physics, a quantum computer is a device that harnesses physical phenomenon unique to quantum mechanics (especially quantum interference) to realize a fundamentally new mode of information processing.
              LG 160 gb hardrive lcd        
    LG has launched their new XCanvas TVs, which include a line-up of 5 Full HD TVs with a 160GB hard disk to copy your favorite TV show in HD without having to mess with a DVR.

    160GB may be too light for some of you, but the TVs are equipped with a USB 2.0 port so you can connect an external hard disk, and therefore as much disk space as you can afford.

    It looks like the 50inch LCD TV with a 160 Gigabyte hard drive is finally going to launch. LG is saying the model, the PC2DR, will be available in the second half of the year. LG also took the wraps off a trio of large screen LCD sets with integrated hard disk video recorders, some 20inch LCDs and a 42inch plasma. Not entirely sure when or what is coming to the UK but we'll do our best to find out. http://www.tech2.com/media/images/img_2738_time_machine.jpg


    The TVs are also equipped with the new XD Engine and XCC to reduce the image noise. The new TVs include LCD models measuring 37, 42 and 47”, and Plasma models measuring 50 and 60”.

    Their price ranges from €2,000 to €7,300.


              Secret Service Theft Caught on Video Thief Knew What He Was After        
    Our sources say the thief -- whom they say is a man -- was caught on surveillance video pulling up to the agent's driveway in an Uber at around 3 AM Thursday. The video shows the man make a beeline for the agent's car, removing a backpack with the computer inside and then walking off. As we reported, the hard drive contained Trump Tower floor plans and evacuation protocols, but the agency insists there was no classified info inside.
              Film Review: CYBER BANDITS (1995, Erik Fleming)        
    Stars: 2.5 of 5.
    Running Time: 86 minutes.
    Notable Cast or Crew: Martin Kemp (WAXWORK II, THE KRAYS, of "Spandau Ballet" fame), Alexandra Paul (CHRISTINE, BAYWATCH), Adam Ant (of "Adam and the Ants," NOMADS, JUBILEE), Grace Jones (A VIEW TO A KILL, CONAN THE DESTROYER), Henry Gibson (NASHVILLE, THE 'BURBS, THE BLUES BROTHERS), James Hong (BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, BLADE RUNNER), Nils Allen Stewart (BLOODSPORT 2, FIREPOWER), Robert Hays (AIRPLANE!, CAT'S EYE, TV's STARMAN). Written by James Dale Robinson (THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN) and James Goldman (William Goldman's brother, the playwright who wrote THE LION IN WINTER, FOLLIES, and THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS––here he is credited as "Winston Beard").
    Tag-line: "Welcome to cyberspace. Where danger is a virtual reality."
    Best one-liner: "Strap him down, boys!" (said by Grace Jones)

    In a familiar, darkened alleyway:

    "What are we watching tonight?"
    –"Tonight, we're going to catch a glimpse the future."
    "Oh yeah?"
    –"Well, take a peek, kiddo––if you can handle it. It's called CYBER BANDITS:"

    Cool Cyber Dudes




    Life-Size Cyber Strippers


    Pocket-Size Cyber Strippers


    Read-only Optical Memory

     "The future kinda looks like 1995."
    –"The hell it does!"
    "Is that a CD-ROM?"
    –"Maybe. But what if in the future they have experimental hard drives that hold millions of terabytes of data and they happen to look like CD-ROMs?"
    "Oookay. If it's gonna be watered-down cyberpunk, can we just watch BRAINSCAN instead?"
    –"No. Trust me, you're gonna like CYBER BANDITS. For starters, its cast is comprised almost entirely of famous musicians and John Carpenter actors."
    "Hmm. Go on."
    –"Almost everyone in this film has razor-sharp cheekbones and ice-blue eyes, and it's all accompanied by aggressive house music and fusion jazz noodling. Look at this, it's just three, nearly identical, cheek-bony men staring at each other's cheekbones. It's like being held captive in a hall-of-mirrors at a German discotheque."

    "Okay. Is that, um, Adam Ant?"
    –"Maybe."
    "Does this movie have a plot?"
    "Of course it does. So there's an evil millionaire, played by Robert Hays (who played STARMAN on TV, albeit not directed by John Carpenter), who is financing a device capable of erasing your mind and trapping you in your own catatonic body in a mental hell of your own making. Essentially, it's a jumbo-sized and more malicious version of the neuralyzer from MEN IN BLACK.

    He's got Joe Dante and Robert Altman-standby Henry Gibson as his top scientist on the project, too."

    "So it's more of a 'Henry Gibson picture' than a 'William Gibson picture,' eh?"
    –"Oh, stop. Though, I must give a special shout-out to Gibson, who simpers and leers his way through the picture with sinister refinement, like he's a 1990s Claude Rains."

    Hand over the CD-ROMs if you know what's good for you

     "I do appreciate a solid Henry Gibson performance."
    –"Me too, brother. Anyway, our hero is Martin Kemp (the bassist from Spandau Ballet), who's, um, a sailor on the evil millionaire's yacht."

    "I feel like this character should be played by Jean-Claude Van Damme. Or at least Jean-Faux Van Bernhardt."
    –"Oh, hush. So, after a torrid affair with the millionaire's girlfriend (Alexandra Paul, from John Carpenter's CHRISTINE),

    Pictured: a torrid affair from the future, and not, in fact, a torrid affair from 1995.

    and against the advice of his buddy, rocker Adam Ant,

    You'll note that those are the Frank Lloyd Wright tiles from BLADE RUNNER in the background!

    the sailor and the girlfriend decide to steal the plans to the millionaire's neural-cyber-weapon-thing and have them laser-tattooed on Kemp's back with a bunch of little 1's and 0's. (The original title of this picture was A SAILOR'S TATTOO.)

    Incidentally, this is the first (but far from the last) time Martin Kemp will be strapped down to various surfaces throughout this movie.

    Also, it's worth mentioning that the man doing the tattooing is James Hong (from John Carpenter's BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA)

    Note his excellent fake mustache.

    who, pre-tattoo, offers them a masked, flamboyant Chinese opera performance.

    He was clearly having so much fun with it, that they bring him back for a post-credits scene where he performs even more Chinese opera. Take that, Marvel movies!"
    "I must say, as far as MacGuffins go, a coded tattoo is not the worst idea."
    –"Of course it isn't!  Didn't I tell you who wrote this thing?"
    "No."
    –"Two men. One is the guy who adapted THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN..."
    "Ugh."
    –"...and the other is the playwright who wrote THE LION IN WINTER."
    "Er, what?"
    –"Who incidentally is William Goldman's brother, James. However, he chose to be credited as 'Winston Beard.' Also, don't be so hard on THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN."
    "I'll be as hard on it as I want. Think about it: Sean Connery had such a bad experience working on it that he retired from acting. Therefore, if not for GENTLEMEN, we may have had Connery in INDIANA JONES AND THE CRYSTAL SKULL which fundamentally would have altered its fabric, which means it might not have had Tarzan vine-swinging and CG aliens. The pity is that we'll never know."
    –"Okay, that's enough out of you. I'm about to get to the best part: the millionaire has a foil––a woman who leads a rag-tag band of cyber-resistance fighters and plans to bring him down for good: ladies and gentlemen, may I present... Grace muthahfuckin' Jones."

    "That's a lot of crazy-eye."
    –"It's one of her specialties, as you well know. You can also see her in Christopher Lee's Cher wig from THE WICKER MAN,

    shouting things like "Strap him down, boys," feeding her pet mouse to her pet snake (with an extra side of crazy-eye),

    setting up a nice cyber-office on the beach (uh... what?)

    and wearing really outré outfits that I guess are supposed to be camouflage,

    but read more as "Cousin It at Milan fashion week."

    SURPRISE––Grace Jones!

    "I'm intrigued."
    –"It's a lot better than it should be. I mean, Grace Jones alone––despite less than 20 minutes of screen-time––is essentially worth the price of admission. It's like a low-rent BLADE RUNNER/NEUROMANCER with big ideas, game actors, silly costumes, and an A-list soundtrack featuring songs like 'Sploosh' by Ozric Tentacles."
    "Wow. I kinda miss the '90s."
    –"I think you mean, 'the future'... don't you?"
              Rolls Royce launches the Ghost car.        

    • Rolls Royce has launched the Ghost, the smallest and dynamic car than any other previors model launched by it till date.
    • The sophisticated four ended air suspension of the Ghost can detect even the minuest changes. The car comes with an adjustable suspension. The lift and kneel function can lift or lower the car by 25mm. 
    • The Ghost is the most powerful of the Rolls Royce cars built till date. With the maximum power output of 563bhp at 5250rpm it can acheive a speed of 0-100km/hr in 4.9 secs.  It can acheive an electronically governed top speed of 250kmph.
    • The piled carpets complemented by a lambswool mat no doubt promides a luxury to the feet of the occupants.
    • The teflon coated front doors and the rear doors generously opening upto 82 degree is no doubt a speciality of the Rolls Royce Ghost.
    • The Ghost comes with a panorama optional sunroof that extends from the front to the rear compartment.
    • The Ghost with four zone automatic airconditioning, automatic air recirculation, condensation and the massage functions provide great comfort to the passengers.
    • The back side of the front seats of the Ghost are fitted with a 9.2" LCD screen with audio system that can deliver 600 watts of sound output with 10 channel amplifier and 16 speakers including two floor mounted subwoofers, USB and auxillary inputs allow the integration of the external audio devices with a 12.5GB hard drives enables storage of music from USB or CD player sources.
    • The Ghost also provides some aids to make driving a pleasure like rear, front, side and top view cameras, night vision camera, lane departure warning, high beam assistance and adaptive, directional head lights.
    • All these luxuries can be yours provided you have Rs 2,50,00,000 in your wallet.
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              Re: when is it necessary to create a new distribution?        
    Tal,

    Well, I added a new item to the S3 bucket, watched it appear in CloudFront, then modified it on my hard drive and re-uploaded it to S3, and within seconds the new version was available in CloudFront.  It was a matter of perhaps 15 to...
              Adventures with ZFS, Part 1        
    RAID is scary nowadays.  What used to be considered a "must-have" for fast storage with redundancy, is now (with today's ever-larger drive densities) becoming a liability in the form of a ticking MTBF time bomb.  Hardware RAID 5 in particular, which was an excellent solution in the days when 73GB enterprise hard drives were considered
              Programa #774        

    Descarga el programa en diferentes formatos desde el Internet Archive

    Monográfico sobre el grupo Román Ramón y sus tres integrantes: Agnès Pe, Lucía C. Pino y Po Poy.

    Sintonía: tdBt & The Garys - “Feel like…” (del álbum A la poursuite de René Fonck - Antiblues 020)
    1. Agnès Pe - "Fraggle pe n'rock", versión de la sintonía de la serie de televisión Fraggle Rock (del EP Esputo aastal fraggle n'rock - Tape Safe)
    2. Agnès Pe - "Mean, el idéntico" (del EP put in Tar Gard)
    3. Román Ramón - "Costana arriba" (del EP 6 cuellos - Doministiku)
    4. Román Ramón - "Follar" (del álbum Facerías - Chirria)
    5. Lucía C. Pino - "Ojo" (del EP lKCSzY - Doministiku)
    6. Lucía C. Pino - "Fakea, plan de acción" (del álbum HHard Drive - AmpRecords)
    7. Po Poy - "Digerir un perro repite" (del recopilatorio GOSSSSSSARRRA - Chirria)
    8. Guancha y Po Poy - "Sesión ceviche"
    9. Agnès Pe - "Almas maters", versión de "Alma mater" de Moonspell (del EP Medievo Tiamesta - Muerte Cerebral)
    10. Agnès Pe y Truna - "Foc" (de la banda sonora ÉXIT, abans de les eleccions, de Xavier Puchades)
    11. Agnès Pe y Truna - "Text 9 versió 1" (de la banda sonora ÉXIT, abans de les eleccions, de Xavier Puchades)
    12. Agnès Pe - fragmento de "Ahuyentador digital de la viña del señor" (del álbum Florida geo spanos - Doministiku)
    13. Agnès Pe - "La revelación de Morti Fire" (del EP Morti Fire - Pan y Rosas)
    14. Agnès Pe - fragmento de la mezcla "Mitt Pate #6, edición especial Islas Canarias"
    15. Agnès Pe - "Stein" (del EP Goldsteinberg)

              VIRUSES        
    Viruses are unwanted programs that spread from computer to computer, much the way real viruses do in
    humans and animals. They are sometimes very dangerous and can in fact wipe out your entire hard disk
    if you are unlucky--and if you don't protect yourself. Taking steps to protect your computer from viruses
    is an essential part of any data problem prevention routine.
    What is a virus? A computer virus is a program that attaches to other pieces of code, so that when the
    user tries to run the original they also unintentionally run the virus code as well; the virus code is
    designed to replicate itself and "infect" other programs, possibly in a modified form, and may also
    exhibit other behavior as well. So, in order to be a virus, the program must have the ability to do all of
    the following:
    • Run without the user wanting it to and/or create effects that the programmer wants but that the
    user did not want or request.
    • Have the ability to "infect" or modify other files or disk structures.
    • Replicate itself so it can spread to other files or systems.
    Note one thing that is not on this list: a virus does not necessarily have to trash your hard drive or exhibit
    other malicious behavior, in order to be a virus. While many viruses do damage files and disk structures,
    many are just nuisances or exhibit "prank" behavior such as playing music on the PC speaker or putting
    funny phrases on the screen when the system is booted. However, the risk of damage from viruses is
    substantial. Many can cause serious data loss; sometimes the virus writer doesn't even intend some of
    the effects that the virus produces (viruses can have bugs!). Damage can also occur from program files
    being altered when the virus infects them. Often it is not possible to repair the damage, even when the
    virus is removed.
    There are many different types of viruses. In addition to the classical virus, there are other virus-like
    programs that are similar to viruses in terms of how they work and what they do, but differ from them in
    one or more respect:
    • Worms: A worm is a program that is self-contained and when run, has the ability to spread itself to other systems.
    In essence, a worm is a virus that doesn't infect other programs. Instead, it acts independently, seeking to spread to
    other computers connected to its current host. They tend to spread over network connections. They can have other
    undesirable effects when run.
    Note: The acronym "WORM" is also used as a short form for "write once, read many", a storage technology that is
    used by devices such as CD-R drives. The concepts are totally unrelated.
    • Trojan Horses: A trojan horse is any program that, once run, does something that the user doesn't want or request.
    The program doesn't necessarily infect other files or spread to other systems. It is the generic term to refer to any
    software that is intentionally coded to do something other than what it is supposed to. Some people think of viruses
    as a special form of trojan horse: one that can infect other files (thus turning them into trojan horses) and duplicate
    itself. Trojan horses are sometimes just called "trojans" for short.
    • Bugs: A bug is an error in a program. It is included here even though it really isn't in the same class as viruses and
    trojans, because it is similar to a trojan horse in that it causes behavior other than what the user wanted. The
    difference of course is that with a bug, the aberrant behavior is unintentional! With a trojan horse the author is doing
    it on purpose.
    • Droppers: A dropper is a program designed to install or deliver a virus or trojan horse onto a target system. The
    dropper is specially designed to avoid detection by standard virus detection programs, because the virus is specially
    encrypted so that the dropper itself doesn't appear to the virus scanners like a regular infected program file would. In
    some ways, a dropper is like a "virus egg", waiting to be hatched. They are uncommon.
    • Virus Impostors (Joke Programs): Some oh-so-clever programmers have devised cute programs that mimic the
    effects of true viruses when they are run but are not considered viruses themselves, or even trojan horses, because
    here the user of the file knows that the program is going to do something strange. These are often installed by
    someone as a practical joke on his/her coworkers or friends for a good laugh.
              When I try to start a program from its shortcut I get a "Missing Program" error.        
    A "shortcut" is a path from the icon to the actual location of the program files for that program. If this
    path is absent or invalid, you will get this error. This is usually caused by having deleted or moved the
    program. If this is the case, delete the shortcut.
    • If you moved the program, delete the old shortcut and create a new shortcut to the new location.
    • The program may have been deleted without being properly uninstalled. Go to the
    Control Panel and properly delete the program through the Add/Remove
    Programs option.
    • The Add/Remove Programs Properties window will open. In the second part of
    the window you will see a list of the programs installed on your hard drive.
    Scroll down the list until you find the program whose shortcut you were trying to
    use. Highlight the program and then click the “Add/Remove” Button.
    • Another common reason is that your shortcut is trying to access the program from the CD-ROM
    drive but the needed program is not in the drive. Insert the program CD into the drive and click
    the Retry button.
    • A second hard drive or another drive has been added which
    kicked the CD-ROM letter up to a new letter. In this case,
    open My Computer and write down the letter assigned to the
    CD-ROM drive. On the desktop locate the icon for the
    shortcut, right click on the shortcut icon and select Properties
    from the pop-up window. In the Target box delete the old
    drive letter and enter the new drive letter. Click the OK
    button.
              Debbie Wasserman Schultz: just WTF ... by gimleteye        
    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, in recent years, has been a controversial figure within the Democratic Party and, formerly, a key ally of Hillary Clinton. Still, the congresswoman retains a loyal following in her Broward County district.

    Now a bizarre story emerges of an untrustworthy staffer who is alleged to have committed financial crime and computer fraud. Imran Awan was employed by Wasserman Schultz although she had knowledge that he was potentially a threat to national security.

    The Miami Herald and National Review reported that a Pakistani national, on Wasserman Schultz' payroll until last week, was arrested for a financial crime. Awan also had computer access to classified information in the House Intelligence Committee.

    ... take this to the bank: The case of Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s mysterious Pakistani IT guy, is not about bank fraud. Yet bank fraud was the stated charge on which Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport this week, just as he was trying to flee the United States for Pakistan, via Qatar. ... As you let all that sink in, consider this: Awan and his family cabal of fraudsters had access for years to the e-mails and other electronic files of members of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees. It turns out they were accessing members’ computers without their knowledge, transferring files to remote servers, and stealing computer equipment — including hard drives that Awan & Co. smashed to bits of bytes before making tracks.

    The question, of course, is what else did Awan steal.

    This is a big deal because Wasserman Schultz was head of the Democratic National Committee at a time when crippling security breaches were known to have occurred. These breaches, alleged to have been Russian incursions into unsecured computer servers and social media databases, may have cost Hillary Clinton the presidency.

    If 2016 told American voters anything, it is that incompetence in computer security is a cardinal political offense. So what the hell is Wasserman Schultz doing, continuing to employ a computer hacker and fraudster in her own office, with access to national security information and, possibly, computer files of other government and political officials?

    One has to hope that the FBI was tracking Mr. Awan's online movements, and that Wasserman Schultz was not covering for Awan -- she has publicly stated her concern for racial profiling in this case -- but instead was allowing a robust investigation to proceed.

    In the meantime, while Republicans wipe their brow that for a brief minute attention swerves from President Trump, it is still the case that leading Democrats should question how much goodwill is left in the Broward congresswoman's account. And for God's sakes, lock down the computers and servers!

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              Kingston Wi-Drive - PC Magazine        

    Design, File Support, and Streaming
    Flip over an older iPhone 3G or 3GS, and you could mistake it for the Wi-Drive. The small drive measures 4.8 by 2.4 by 0.4 inches (HWD), and won’t take up too much space in your bag. It has a minimal look, with a logo on its front along with a light that blinks when data is being transferred and LED indicators for Internet and device connectivity. The Power button lives on the right; it blinks when it’s charging and glows when it’s on. Otherwise, there’s not much to see here.

    In my mind, the most compelling reason to buy the Wi-Drive (unless you bought a 64GB device and just really need more storage) is that it makes it easier to add content to your devices. Rather than relying on iTunes, managing your content is a simple, drag-and-drop operation. When you plug the Wi-Drive into your computer (PC or Mac), it shows up just like any other external hard drive, and you can drag and drop files right onto the drive. Kingston suggests organizing your files into folders like “Music” and “Videos,” but you don’t need to.

    You can add any type of file to the drive, but you’ll only be able to stream files that iOS devices support. For me, that limit was felt most in video, since the Wi-Drive won’t play .AVI files. Music, images and documents are more versatile.

    The companion to the Wi-Drive is a free app that connects to the drive and streams content. The app is where you control everything on the Wi-Drive, from setting an optional Wi-Fi password to upgrading the firmware. The upside is that the interface is better than just using a file manager, and initiating the connection is as simple as launching an app; the downside is that it means, at least until Kingston develops more apps, you can’t stream content to anything other than an iOS device (iPhone, iPod (ipod touch firmware 3.1.3 download) touch, or iPad).

    Once you download the app from the App Store and install it, getting content playing is simple. Turn on the Wi-Drive, and wait for the blinking blue light that means it’s broadcasting. Go to Settings on your iOS device, and choose the “Wi-Drive” Wi-Fi network. (The Wi-Drive supports 102.11g and n.) Once you’re connected, just fire up the Wi-Drive app and it’ll automatically catalog what’s on your drive. (Once, I had the app hang while trying to look through the hard drive, but a quick restart solved the problem.) Select a file to view from the simple, list-based menu, and it plays back in the app.

    Kingston Wi-Drive Screenshot

    You can stream from the Wi-Drive to as many as three iOS devices, which makes the drive a perfect solution for family car trips. I tested that theory, streaming the same video to an iPad, an iPhone, and an iPod (ipod touch firmware 3.1.3 download) touch simultaneously. The Wi-Drive worked well, and streamed to all three devices without any noticeable drop in quality. There was, however, a longer buffering period when more than one device was connected, as well as the occasional stutter in playback that I never encountered with only one device connected.

    The Wi-Drive is rated for four hours of playback, which was close to what I experienced during testing. Because Wi-Fi streaming can be a power suck, be aware that it will also decrease your device’s battery life; using the two together is not a long-lasting solution. The Wi-Drive charges through its USB port, so it’ll charge and sync at the same time.

    There were a couple of other, mostly minor issues, that I encountered when testing the Wi-Drive. When you plug the Wi-Drive into a computer, it stops broadcasting its wireless signal, and my devices would revert back to the Wi-Fi network they were connected to before, forcing me to re-connect manually once the Wi-Drive was unplugged. You can, fortunately, still access the Internet on your device while connected to the Wi-Drive, since it has a Wi-Fi passthrough feature. You’ll see serious speed drops, though. This is definitely a more useful device when there’s no other Wi-Fi connection around, but how often is that the case? The Wi-Drive also got a bit hot while streaming, but not problematically so.

    The Wi-Drive is a handy gadget to have if you need more storage, want a backup of important files, or want to stream a movie to all your kids’ devices at once. AT $ 150 or $ 200, though, it’s an expensive add-on, especially when you compare it to traditional external hard drives. For the price you’re better off with a drive like Seagate’s GoFlex Satellite Mobile Wireless Storage ($ 199, 3.5 stars), which packs a lot more storage (500GB), supports more devices, and performs better as a regular external hard drive.

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              Apple Laptop Batteries Can Be Hacked, Infected With Malware - SecurityNewsDaily        

    Jul 25, 2011 | 12:15 PM ET | By Paul Wagenseil, SecurityNewsDaily Managing Editor

    apple macbook pro

    Apple laptop batteries can be hacked to infect the laptop with malware, or possibly even rigged to explode, a well-known security researcher has found.

    All modern laptop batteries have logic chips inside them that communicate with the computer they’re powering. That’s how you’re able to see how much charge is remaining. The chips also carry out regulatory tasks, such as shutting down the charging process when a battery’s at risk of overcharging.

    But any logic chip has operating software — “firmware” — and that software can usually be remotely updated.

    Charlie Miller, who’s famous for winning the annual Pwn2Own contest four times with his Mac OS X and iOS exploits, discovered that Apple puts the same password on all its laptop batteries in order to efficiently send out battery firmware updates.

    Unfortunately, a skilled malicious hacker armed with the password could alter the firmware, Miller says. Altered firmware could be used to store malware or tweaked to damage the computer.

    “These batteries just aren’t designed with the idea that people will mess with them,” Miller told Forbes tech blogger Andy Greenberg. “What I’m showing is that it’s possible to use them to do something really bad.”

    Miller will be presenting his finding at next week’s Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas. He has already notified Apple of the vulnerability, and is not revealing the password.

    Digging into source code

    Miller, who formerly was with the National Security Agency and currently works for Denver security firm Accuvant Labs, was intrigued by a 2009 firmware update that Apple had sent out to fix a problem with MacBook batteries.

    He analyzed the code for the update, found an administrative password and then noticed it applied to all models of Apple battery. This isn’t unusual — the iPhone, iPad and iPod (ipod touch firmware 3.1.3 download) Touch also share a default, and easily Googled, administrative password.

    Miller reverse-engineered the Apple battery firmware (“bricking,” or permanently damaging, seven of the $ 130 batteries in the process) and discovered how to alter it to send false readings to the laptop user, to damage the battery or even to serve as a hidden repository for malware.

    “You could put a whole hard drive in, reinstall the software, flash the BIOS and every time it would re-attack and screw you over,” Miller told Greenberg. “There would be no way to eradicate or detect it other than removing the battery.”

    The greater problem

    Could the firmware be rigged to make the battery explode? Miller found that the Apple batteries had built-in fuses to prevent serious overheating, but there’s no guarantee counterfeit batteries would have such safeguards.

    Miller has written a patch — he’s calling it “Caulkgun” — for the Apple battery vulnerability and will release it at Black Hat.

    The downside is that Caulkgun will prevent future firmware updates. Nor will it do anything to solve the greater problem, because this vulnerability is not confined to Apple laptop batteries.

    Most computer accessories and parts — hard drives, optical drives, graphics cards and network cards, for example — use firmware-upgradable logic chips. Most have enough memory space to house a small piece of malware.

    It’s likely that most items in each category from a particular brand use the same administrative password.

    For malicious hackers, it’s just a matter of finding out what those passwords are.

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              Home Network. For Dum Dums.         
    Home networking. Most of us depend on our cable/phone company to send us a little gizmo in the mail that we feel good about setting up a password on. But setting up a home network can be more satisfying that relying on WiFi alone from a two-rate modem/router/wireless access point combo you WAY overpay for on a monthly basis. With just a little knowledge, you can double your speed and enhance your entertainment and web surfing experience. All this without a tech degree from an IBM school.

    Here are the basics.

    First, you need a modem. That converts either your cable service or your phone service into internet and brings it into your home. That's the demarcation point -- or the point where its on you and not your internet service provider (ISP). But don't be afraid, you can do better than Comcast! In early 2014, for the home-owner, I would call this the best modem on the market:
    If you buy an modem like this you will need to, sadly, call your ISP to get it activated by them. Once that happens, you can hook up a router. You may need to change the default IP of the router as they can be the same as the modem at times. Its easy though and usually in the same area you would set up your passwords. Just change the third set of numbers...for example, your modem will be 10.9.1.1 so make your router 10.9.10.1. No problem. If you want to understand what an IP is, look to YouTube. I recommend my favorite tech how-to channel later on.

    Many modems have a built in router. A router translates information between different devices in your network. I recommend buying a one that is independent of your modem. Routers come in many "flavors." If you want Apple gear, they make some pretty nice routers -- even with built in back up capacity or with the ability to hook up external hard drives. A quick amazon search will give you some good suggestions.

    Next, a switch. Wait, aren't there switch ports on the back of my router and why would I look into anything but wireless? Well, yes your router likely has a switch built into it (the Ethernet ports on the back), but you can EXPAND your capacity with additional switches that are fed from those ports. Why would you do that -- because you can get up to 1 gigabit of connection speed, per port, which you cannot get with wireless. Its true, some wireless is faster than wired, but not once multiple devices connect to it and certainly not within the home owner's budget. If you want to know how to run cable and hook up wall jacks throughout your home, I suggest you look to Eli the Computer Guy on YouTube for some wonderful tutorials on the subject. Not to mention that wired connections are more dependable than wireless. I put together a home network running wired connections to each room in my house and now enjoy tremendous streaming speeds between devices like my Mac and Apple TV. Watching a movie is now even simpler than popping in a DVD!
              Five Best Electronics        
    Here is a short list for the best electronics out there today. I'm thinking more home office users when I put this list together, so don't be PO ed if you're a network engineer or something.

    Number 5.


    The iPhone 3G
    Few phones get it right. iPhone happens to have had a little time with their first generation and nailed it with the 3G. Its sleek style has been cloned in the Blackberry Storm, the LG Dare and the Samsung Omnia (which are decent phones for Verizon users). No one is near the place though that Apple is in offering applications (15,000 to date). One future pitfall though will be Apple's Nazi restrictions to application creation, which might affect its versatility. Not only that, but they have become very proprietary lately (not going to a universal charger). That kind of business philosophy may hinder their sales as competition flattens out across the world.

    Number 4.


    The Sonos music system
    This one gets a D- for cost, but makes up with an A++ for everything else. I've talked about this one in previous posts, so 'nough said.

    Number 3


    The Epson Workforce 600 AIO wireless printer
    Set up is a flash, WiFi networking doesn't let you down and the versatility is great. It is not clunky like many HP printers and the wireless capabilities are rated good to excellent.

    Number 2


    The Nuvi 265WT by Garmin.
    This is the best all around GPS navigator available on the market. It isn't very pricey, but has a nice wide screen and turn by turn directions. Verizon's VZ navigator should just quit. For the price of a one year subscription you have this little dandy paid for and the best part is you don't have to look at your little phone screen. While number 5 on this list does include GPS, it doesn't have the great interface that Garmin does. Trust me, if you ever want to go geocaching or get up to date traffic with auto recalculating directions, this is it. Not only does it have the traffic updates, but it has blue tooth, songs and even picture capabilities. It doesn't get much better than this one without significantly increasing in price.

    Number 1


    The Linksys WRT 160N Wireless Router
    You want something that has the power to get it done? Well look no further than this beauty. Want NAS (networked attached storage)? Well utilize its built in USB port you can power one, or with a USB hub, many external hard drives. Now you and your significant other don't have to worry about which files you stored on the laptop or on your desktop. Oh, and by the way, this router is backwards convertible, meaning you can run your old WiFi (G and B) network devices on it, no problems. When you are ready you can begin getting other things that can fully take advantage of the speed and versatility of an "N" type network.

    Number 1A


    OK, I lied. There are more than five on this list. The last one is a bonus, hence I call it 1A. It is the Logitech Harmony One Remote. Its the best fix for the five remotes that you have laying around your house. Its also miles beyond the universal remote that you have to find the code for your TV and half the time it doesn't work. Check it out on-line for more information, but it is super sweet and is programmed using your computer. For the ultimate is universal experiences, check out the entire line of Logitech Harmony remotes. I guarantee you won't ever worry about that remote boat ever again. Why is it so great? Well just use your computer to program what you use to watch a DVD with and your remote does the rest. Ready to watch, press the "watch DVD" button on the LCD screen and your TV will turn on, change to the correct input; your DVD player will turn on and open the tray; your sound system will change to the correct component; all you have to do is physically put the DVD in, close the tray and away you go. Plus, if you have an XBox this works with that too. XBox might have made the list too, but CNET did such a good job with it's latest Prizefight where it pitted XBox against PS3. Check it out if you have the time.

    That about sums it up. Given today's economy, I wouldn't suggest going out and purchasing everything on this list because the total would be somewhere around $1650 and that's utilizing the saving power of Amazon.
              R-I-P        

    Ok, we have talked about the different types of files, the two types of meta-files and what how listening to either of them varies. The question now, is since we know so much about our options, how do we take advantage of them?

    The answer is dBpoweramp. First things first, I'm not sponsored by them or anything. I've just been doing enough research to realize they are likely the most versatile option out there. I have also been using it to create a digital back up of my music collection and to convert it all into a portable file as well.

    What's neat about it? Well it is super customizable. So much so that you might want to read carefully at first until you get the hang of using it. Like any piece of software, it can be easy or difficult depending on how much of it you utilize. It connects to virtually every single meta data server available (to pull album art and other CD info) plus it will convert all your music to any codec you want. I've been ripping all my music to FLAC files (which the creater of dBpoweramp suggests to be the best and has the data to back his claim up). One word of advice, if you are going to rip your music to any lossless format, utilize an external hard drive or have a LOT of memory on your computer. There are NAS solutions that are especially made for music. One such type is RipNAS (see photo above). These actually have a CD drive built into them, making ripping music a super easy experience.

    What else is cool about dBpoweramp? Well you can convert small amounts of music to various codecs or you can utilize the Batch converter to do multiple files at once. They also offer a CD burning tool as well, but I haven't looked into that.

    Once you have gone over to the lossless ripping, you can lay your dusty collection of CDs to Rest In Peace, back on the shelf that is. No need to get them down. No worries about loosing the integrity of your collection through overuse. Plus, no need to listen to sub-par music again.
              Music Players        

    Now that you are better informed on the types of music files that exist out there (don't get to head-strong, we barely did a beginners course), we can talk about the music players that are available. How many kinds are they you may ask? About like the number of fish in the sea. Well, not really, but you get the point.

    I'm not going to talk much about the software that's out there. It all boils down to your preference. Are you an iPod - name brand - kind of person or a Zune - break out - kind of person? Use whatever feels good on your computer, it's completely up to you. What I really want to talk about are network players.

    Network players are independent devices that play music off of your home network. Now, allow me to step back a little and fill in any possible gaps for you.

    Your home network is all set up on a router. You may have a combination router/modum for internet connectivity. Either way, you have a router that has more or less outputs depending on the model. I would suggest getting an "N" type router preferrably the Linksys WRT160N. Anyway, get your network set up and then look to add music to it.

    As I mentioned in the original post of this series there are a few players such as:
    1. Sonos
    2. Squeezebox
    3. Grace
    4. Sangean
    5. And many more (check out Crutchfield)
    These players sync up to the wireless or wired network and pull music from your devices such as computers or NAS - network attached storage (external hard drives connected via USB or stand-alone devices). No need to load your music on them, although a few do offer that option. Mostly they will pull together all the different music you have, in all the various spots and play it all.

    In doing research my personal favorite is the sqeezebox, offered by Logitech (also pictured at top of this post). It's relatively inexpensive and comes with its own controller with an LCD screen to help navigate between not only all your music files, but tons of internet radio and the ever popular Pandora or Rhapsody. Another benefit of the squeezebox is that it naturally plays FLAC formated files - for the best sound experience you can get. The cool thing is you can add multiple receivers around your house, plug in speakers (or get the boombox option) and listen to any music anywhere in your house, any time. The only caveate, is you need to have the source turned on (computer or NAS).

    Now, if you've got a large house or a lot of money to burn and you want the very best go with Sonos. It's got everything squeezebox does and a little more. Again, you will be paying out for it though.
              Compressed Music        

    No, I'm not talking about listening to a lot of music in a little (compressed) amount of time. I'm talking about the difference between lossless and lossy file types. Last post in the "Music-ie" forum, I talked about the various codecs or file types there are for music. This post will talk about the two "meta-formats" of music, as well as the pros and cons of each.
    1. First - Lossless. This type of file is exactly as the name suggests; nothing is lost. A lossless file will have every piece of date that is contained on the original CD. It will also be a considerably large file. Most lossless files will include the meta tag, or ID tag on the CD that contains the album art, the track names and what not. I'm not going to go into how the true CD mix-masters put this all together. For now, it will be sufficient to say that lossless has lost nothing of the original CD.
    2. Second - Lossy. The name is also indicative of the type of file here. Lossy types of files have lost some data in the quest for a more manageable sized file. These are the .mp3, .m4a, .wma files that we are all more familiar with. With these files, a ripping program gets ride of parts of the original file via compression. Its what allows a 16G iPod hold as much as it does. Without compression, our mobile media players would have to be like external hard drives to hold all that raw data. Compression is the bare bones data and can suffer slightly for it.
    Of course, as with every giant company, the music industry has tried to muddy the waters as much as they can. Now Apple and Microsoft have their own types of not only Lossy formats, but Lossless too. Can you blame them? They saw a trend towards digitized CD collections and have tried to get their fingers in the pie. I mean, its tough times right?

    That brings me to my final point for this post, why would you want lossless as opposed to lossy, since it is the later that plays on you iPod (or Zune, or Sony player)? Well, there has been a movement lately to have a true digital back up for music collections. Most of us have a music library on our computer and most of our music was ripped off CDs (granted a lot of downloads have "threatened" the CD market lately). All of that music is in a compressed format though. Unless you have taken the time to use software the rips in a loss CDs indefinitely.

    Remember how you used to get a CD, play the heck out of it for a few weeks and then notice after time it started to skip as the track qualities diminished with use? Well, ripping a CD with a lossless format is the answer to that problem. You then have all the raw data on the CD and the best part is you can then the best part is you can convert copies of it into whatever codec you want...virtually forever without losing a single kB of data. In fact tests have been done where individual converted files between the various types of lossless (.FLAC, .WAVE, .APE, etc.) and the file size is the exact same as the original. The other benefit... you want to have an apple file (.mp4) or a windows file (.wma) no prob... or better yet, jut have a copy of the .mp3 that works with virtually everything. The big deal here is that it doesn't matter what you want to convert a copy to, either now or in the future. You will have ALL the data to use at your discretion.
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              A Few Thoughts About Bill, the Hood, the Hill, and the City        
    The news seems to be well known at this point, but I will still note here officially that Bill Walsh, known colloquially in these parts as Mr. JDLand, died on Wednesday of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma, a rotten cancer of the bile ducts and liver made more rotten by the frequency with which it isn't found until it has spread.

    I won't run down his biography here, especially since the fabulous Washington Post obituary does a great job sketching the portrait of the "rock star" of copy editors. And my grief-soaked Facebook farewell gives a hint of the heartbreak I am not only now facing, but have lived with for the past nine months, knowing that it was highly unlikely this cancer was going to be beat.

    But I wanted to ruminate for a moment or two about the part Bill played in JDLand, and not just as the chauffeur on that fateful day in January 2003 when I took the series of photos that really started this adventure.

    When Bill moved to this area from Phoenix in 1989, he lived in Alexandria at first, but with a commute to the Washington Times building on New York Avenue, NE, he was soon drawn to Capitol Hill, and found a place not far from Eastern Market. The Hill of the 1990s, of course, had a very different feel than today, as did the entire city, but he fell in love with the walkability, and even the slight edginess of the time.

    While I had been born on the Hill, my family had left the area when I was a toddler and when we came back we settled in Chevy Chase, so while I very much considered myself a Washington-area native, I was pretty firmly ensconced in the world of Upper Northwest, Bethesda, and points west and north. Sure, I had spent more than my fair share of time at the original 9:30 Club on F Street, drank yards of beer at the old Tiber Creek Pub (where Bistro Bis now resides), served two summers as a Hill intern, worked at a couple of jobs near 16th and K, and wasn't a-feered of going downtown in the late 1980s and early 1990s as many of my cohorts were, but it still just really wasn't part of my orbit.

    Until in April 1993, when I met a guy living on Capitol Hill.

    By 1995, we had bought our house on the south side of the Hill, much to the chagrin of many people who thought we were crazy to buy in such an "unsafe" place, a feeling that intensified for many who came to our housewarming party via the 6th Street exit off the freeway who were not happy to be greeted by the boarded up shells of the old Ellen Wilson Dwellings and the only slightly less foreboding, not-yet-boarded up Capper apartment buildings.

    But we loved it. We loved walking the neighborhood for hours. We loved Eastern Market. We loved walking to the Hawk n Dove or the Tune Inn or La Lomida Dos. We loved going to open houses just to look. We loved the House and Garden Tour. We loved being 10 minutes from National Airport. We loved seeing the Capitol just as part of the neighborhood landscape.

    And we loved watching it change, as it really began to in the early 2000s. Somewhere on his hard drive is actually a running list, going back to well before we arrived, of which businesses occupied which addresses on Pennsylvania Avenue and on Barracks Row. He loved telling people about how 8th Street had transformed from "our little slice of Queens" to the restaurant row it is today.

    Then I extended the boundaries of our interest when I started hearing about the various plans to transform the blocks south of the freeway, an area we rarely ventured into and in fact would sometimes jokingly subreference Bonfire of the Vanities when telling people how to get back to the freeway and "safety": DON'T GO UNDER THE OVERPASS.

    When I get asked to tell the story of how I began to follow the neighborhood, I almost always mention how Bill and I used to stand on 3rd Street and look southward under the freeway to catch a glimpse of the Anacostia River, and how we used to say to each other, "Wouldn't it be great if someday we could walk down there from here and then along the river?" (which was usually followed by loud ironic guffaws) And then I was off on my one great hobby, watching Near Capitol Ballpark River Yards grow from nothing to what it is today.

    Of course, through all of this, the rest of DC was changing too, and we became even more intensely in love with our city and what it offered. We ate at as many of the city's restaurants as we could. He began biking to and from work at the Post. We would walk to Caps games at the Verizon Center and then home. We Bikeshared. We Car to Go'ed. We Ubered. We waited for the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail to be extended. We walked to Nats games on a whim. We rode the H Street Streetcar on the first day. We reveled in referring to ourselves derisively as urban hipsters.

    Much of our daily running messaging commentary to each other was news of what we had seen and heard--did you hear Hank's is opening on the Hill? The weird florist at 8th and E is gone! Matchbox is almost open! Wait, let me guess, you want to go to Morini again.

    And in 2015, when he began a walking regime to combat a bit of fatigue that was probably a missed early sign of his cancer, his route covered all the bases--down 8th Street to the freeway, back up to Pennsylvania Avenue, down New Jersey under the freeway, over to 1st Street, down to the ballpark, along the river, and home. And I received bulletins all along the way of whatever he saw that was new. He became the first and only official JDLand stringer.

    We just loved living here. Every minute of it.

    A few weeks ago, I felt he was stable enough to allow me a little time to go take some Hood pics for the first time in a few months. It was a beautiful day, I was doing what I have loved doing for more than a decade now, and was on autopilot--until I looked at the large as-yet unleased corner retail space in one of the new buildings. And then I couldn't breathe. Because I knew it would be a restaurant, and would be a restaurant that he would never know about. That we would never eat at.

    When my brother brought me home to the Hill after leaving the hospice center for the final time (I can't even believe Bill died in Arlington and not DC), we came across the 14th Street Bridge. I caught sight of the Wharf construction, and burst into tears.

    We may not have been activists, or preservationists, or even particularly involved in the culture of the Hill and surroundings, but our neighborhood(s) infused every part of our days. These streets and buildings and businesses and history united us as much as our life at the Post, our love of travel, our cats, and our expert-level pop-culture referencing.

    Now I just have to figure out how on earth to watch it all alone.

    I will continue to pop in and out in the coming weeks, because he would not be pleased if JDLand was collateral damage in all of this, but it will take a long while before I return to full steam.

    However, having moved through the aftermath of my mother's heartbreaking death three years ago, I do know that time heals, and what feel like machete strikes to my chest today will eventually be wistful pangs. There will come a time that roaming these streets will not smack me with what he is missing, but remind me of everything we shared and enjoyed so very much.


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    The straining engine of the approaching Ames moving van sputtered and hissed, barely making forty miles an hour on the winding mountain roads, and announcing its arrival long before white metal flashed in the trees below. Olivia Gellar braced her feet on the asphalt, adrenaline already spiking as the van drew closer, trundling its way up the mountain.

    This job will be child’s play.

    “Sixty seconds, Olivia.” Nick’s voice crackled in her ear. She’d left her partner higher up the west side of the mountain with binoculars and an excellent vantage point.

    “Check,” she said. “Come on down.”

    She took the earbud out, snapped it into an insulated case, and then tossed the case toward the side of the road. It hit the shoulder and bounced into a patch of grass, out of harm’s way. 

    Time to work her magic. 

    Olivia stretched her arms out to either side, palms forward, fingers splayed. She closed her eyes and concentrated. The orange behind-the-eyelid sun glare disappeared, replaced by a gray mist. She harnessed it to use with her unique talent. 

    The short hairs on her arms and the back of her neck stood to attention, teased by the static field coalescing around her body. A sharp, familiar pain struck, as if a hypodermic needle had been shoved between her eyes. She pushed the pain and the gray mist forward, out in front of her like a negatively charged brick wall waiting for its opposing force on four wheels.

    An engine roared and a horn blared. Scorching air blasted the bare skin on her neck, face and hands.

    Olivia opened her eyes and saw the front end of the Ames van crumple as it hit the invisible wall, absorbing the brunt of its own kinetic energy. The van had barreled around the bend faster than Olivia expected and the remaining kinetic force slammed into her.. She flew backward several feet and struck the pavement ass first. The impact drove a shock up her spine, the air from her lungs, and the static field collapsed. 

    The world tilted and looped, and she coughed until she could breathe again.

    “Ouch.”

    She forced her body to roll over so she could observe her handiwork. The wounded van stood sideways across the middle of the road, smoke rising from its mangled front end. The windshield had spider webbed, but not shattered. Acrid odors of burned rubber and motor oil tingled her nostrils and amplified the throbbing headache that only time would dispel.

    “Olivia?” 

    Nick sprinted out of the woods with a handful of broken twigs stuck comically in his wavy brown hair. He paused briefly to snag her earbud case out of the grass as he dashed toward her, barely sparing a careless glance at the van.

    “I’m fine,” she said. Sort of. “Check the driver.”

    He jerked left and slowed as he approached the van. Olivia kept her eyes on him as she struggled first to her knees, then feet, blindly picking a piece of gravel out of her throbbing elbow. Her stomach lurched, and she willed it away. An impact like that deserved a little upchucking, but she had a job to complete. 

    Work now, side effects later.

    Nick peered inside of the open passenger window. “Driver’s unconscious. His mind is pretty deep inside. He won’t be bothering us.”

    “Good.” Olivia approached slowly, a bit unsteady, as if she was walking underwater. She crouched and peered beneath the van. “No gas leaks, so just leave him there. He’ll be fine. Until Mitchell gets his hands on him, anyway.”

    Nick grunted. 

    They met at the back of the van. Olivia wrapped her hand around the padlock securing the rear door. Nick’s hand drifted to her lower back, the simple touch centering her addled mind. Through the haze of pain, she pulled from the mist and her own inner reserves. The metal lock heated. Hotter, hotter, until it snapped and hit the pavement with a soft clatter. Nick tugged the lever. The door scrolled up.

    Unventilated air wafted out and sunlight poured in, illuminating the interior. Reinforced with aluminum sheeting the walls resembled a Jiffy Pop popcorn pan. A hospital gurney stood bolted to the floor in the center of the storage space.

    Olivia climbed inside, pulse racing. McGreary’s information had been correct about the time and place of transport. She just wished that his knowledge of the cargo had been wrong.

    A teenage girl was strapped to the gurney, her narrow body covered by a thin, white sheet. Shorn close, her hair color was impossible to discern. Cheekbones protruded sharply beneath translucent skin, an awkward contrast to her thick, overdeveloped brow ridge, giving her youthful face a hawk-like appearance. Her chest rose and fell in a steady, sleep-induced rhythm.

    “Is she drugged?” Olivia asked. Her voice echoed painfully in the metal cocoon.

    Nick stepped to the opposite side of the gurney. He touched her cheek, concentrating with his own unique talent. “Yes. She’s deeply unconscious, O, I can’t reach her.”

    “God damn them.” Olivia unsnapped the buckles on the gurney. “Drugging her up and stuffing her into the back of a van for disposal. I guess Wilderness got tired of storing their mistakes and decided to start getting rid of them.”

    “We don’t know that.” He tucked the sheet around the girl’s supine form, and then picked her up with little more effort than in years past. They both struggled a bit more these days. “McGreary knew she’d be here, but he didn’t know why. Maybe she was being delivered to a satellite lab.”

    Olivia followed him out of the van. “Please. If this were a secured transport, there would have been at least one agent. They didn’t even have someone in the back guarding her.”

    “Can we table the argument for now? Like after we’ve given McGreary his sister back and he’s paid us for our work?”

    “Fine.” 

    She followed him into the woods, to the short trail that would lead them up to their waiting SUV. Agents would be on the scene in a few hours. They likely already knew the van was compromised. No agents in the van did not mean there was no security measures in place. Olivia knew Wilderness, and she knew their tactics. If the girl, Brooke McGreary, was still an Active Project, they would put Mitchell on the case.
    Gary Mitchell specialized in retrieving lost Projects. After all, he had been trying to retrieve Olivia and Nick for eighteen years.

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    Brooke remained unconscious for the two-hour drive to the rendezvous spot, a rest stop along I-77, just over the Ohio state line. She showed signs of waking during the last five minutes of the trip, so Olivia kept close watch. She didn’t know if the girl’s powers were dormant or active, and she didn’t want to find out the hard way. 

    Been there, done that, with no intention of going there again.

    Nick steered the SUV toward a wooded area a few hundred feet from the brick restrooms and information building. A blue pickup truck was parked in front of a cluster of picnic tables, and a figure emerged as Nick pulled into a neighboring space.

    Olivia climbed out of the passenger side, her stiff back resisting movement after being still for so long. The ungraceful landing on her ass had definitely left its mark, and she wouldn’t be surprised to find some black and blue down there later. 

    She joined Nick on the other side of the vehicle. Patrick McGreary approached them, hands at his sides, deep-set eyes wide with silent questions. His thick frame and sunburned appearance bore little resemblance to the girl in the back of their vehicle—not surprising given how Wilderness tended to treat their Projects. 

    “Did you find her?” McGreary asked.

    “Yes,” Olivia replied. “She’s still asleep, but we found her. Exactly as you said we would.”

    McGreary expelled a deep breath. “Thank you both. You don’t know what this means to me. When they took her, I didn’t think I’d ever see her again.”

    Nick opened the rear door. McGreary leaned inside and stroked Brooke’s bald head. His shoulders started to shake, and Olivia looked away. Gave him some privacy with his emotions.

    “You’re lucky,” Nick said. “Most of the time, when Wilderness takes something, you don’t get it back. I just hope we weren’t too late to make a difference.”

    “Look what they did to her,” McGreary whispered. “My pretty little sister.”

    Olivia busied herself watching the small rest stop crowd, his genuine gratitude both overwhelming and embarrassing. This was why she hated meeting clients face to face. It made the jobs personal when she wanted them to remain professional. Getting emotional led to thinking about the past, and she couldn’t do that and remain objective.

    Do the job and reap the rewards. 

    Watching Wilderness occasionally take one up the ass was purely a bonus. 

    Once McGreary regained his composure, they gently transferred Brooke to his truck and buckled her into the passenger seat. She stirred, but didn’t wake, and thank God for that. Olivia didn’t need to see their joyous reunion.

    “I have a doctor friend who’s waiting for us,” McGreary said as he closed the truck door. 

    “You should get going,” Olivia said. “Disappear before they start hunting for her.”

    “If they hunt for her. But even if they try, being a precognitive has its advantages. I never have to ask who’s at the door, and I always know if the train’s running late.”

    “Just keep her away from Wilderness. Get out of the country, move to Istanbul, I don’t care. Keep her safe. And yourself, too.”

    “I appreciate the concern, but it’s not necessary. You did what I paid you to do, and I thank you for that.”

    Olivia shrugged. They would take on any job that insulted or damaged Wilderness. A tenuous truce prevented her and Nick from attacking the scientific research organization outright, and they abided by those unspoken rules. But these sorts of odd jobs were fun. Something she would have done for free if the interested party couldn’t pay. Fortunately for them, McGreary had created his independent wealth betting on football games. 

    Precognition definitely had its financial advantages.

    “Our concern is free,” Nick said. “We’ve been dealing with Wilderness most of our lives. We know what they’re capable of, and we don’t take unnecessary risks when they’re involved.”

    McGreary nodded. “I understand. At least let me read you. A sneak peek at your future.”

    “I know my future, thanks.”

    “How about this week then? What can it hurt?”

    Olivia stole a glance Nick, whose gaze had shifted to the ground. She had a good idea of their future, as well, thanks to their biology, but that future was in three to five years. Not the events of the upcoming week. Moreover, McGreary seemed eager to provide them with some sort of parting gift.

    “What the hell?” she said. “Give it your best shot.”

    McGreary took her right hand in his and held it loosely. She expected him to close his eyes or start to hum or something equally cliché. Like television psychics who only pretend to have the kind of talent that truly existed in people like him. Instead, he stared at her. His dark brown eyes dilated and seemed to look right through her head. She visualized a hamster running on its wheel and couldn’t imagine what he saw in there. Seconds passed. He blinked and released her hand. His eyebrows furrowed into a knot.

    “What?” she asked.

    He tilted his head to the left, seeming to debate his reply, and that made her kind of nervous. “I saw two strangers coming into your life. I’m not sure who they are, but one is mundane and the other powerful. Unique. They’ll help unlock a secret.”

    Olivia bit back a sharp retort. Two strangers had already come into her life this week, and she was staring at one of them. He’d tried, but perhaps his power went on the fritz occasionally.

    Then again, he’d said one was mundane, and both McGreary and his sister had talents.

    “Well, that was enlightening,” Nick said. “But seriously, you should get going.”

    Patrick nodded, seeming distracted. 

    They waited for him to drive away, hopefully taking Brooke as far from Wilderness and West Virginia as possible, before they climbed back into their borrowed SUV. 

    Olivia pulled the safety belt across her lap. “Well, whoever this mystery pair is, I hope one of them’s cute.”
    “What if they’re both girls?” Nick turned the key and the engine roared to life.

    “Still hope one of them’s cute, because Nicolas, my friend, you have no sex life.”

    He put the gear into reverse. “And you do?”

    “Well, not at this very moment, but I hope to have one tonight. After a hot shower, some ibuprofen, and a long nap.” She settled against the seat, shifting until she found a comfortable position for the long ride home.







    Chapter Two

    “Dr. Frey! Open the door!”

    The urgent, muffled voice spurred Dean Frey away from his chaotic desk. The computer’s hard drive lay smashed into dozens of pieces, the hardware inside completely exposed. He’d tossed in a handful of refrigerator magnets for good measure. His few remaining paper files and two thumb drives were secured in the pack strapped onto his back. 

    His life’s work reduced to an old backpack. 

    He darted to the lone sixth floor window. His already rolling stomach bottomed out at the sight of it. He rarely looked out the window; he never used the rusty fire escape. Living on the top story had never bothered his agoraphobia until the moment that three-by-five hole in the wall became his only escape route.
    He would not go willingly with the men shouting outside his door. Doing so signed his own death warrant.

    “Open it!”

    Dean pulled, the window’s swollen frame squealing in protest. He managed a space of maybe nine or ten inches before it refused to rise further. He shoved the pack out first, and then squeezed through the tight space. It occurred to him in a mad panic that all of his middle school suffering, of being called “bean pole” and “arrow man” wasn’t so bad. His tall, skinny build had probably just saved his life. 

    His hard landing on the iron fire escape rattled its entire frame. A wave of vertigo swept over him. The ground blurred and his head spun wildly. He gripped the rail, inhaled deeply, and then blinked hard.

    I can do this. I have to do this.

    He shouldered the pack, swung around and descended the ladder. Hand over hand, foot over foot, down the rusted rungs. One level at a time. Not thinking about how far down to the ground it was.

    Wood crashed above, probably the front door being smashed in. Men were talking, some shouting, and the loudest of whom Dean recognized. He had a very distinctive voice. Gary Mitchell, head of security at Wilderness. 

    The man had left the office just for him.

    Guess that makes me special.

    Dean hurried his descent, dropping floors as quickly as he could without looking down. Above him, the fire escape clattered with sharp squeals and clangs. Someone was following him, but Dean concentrated on going down and nothing else. Third story to the second. Almost there. 

    He hit the ground and bolted toward the street. Men shouted his name. The building wall spat brick and mortar as he ran past. He registered that he was being shot at, but did not stop or slow down. If he did, he would be killed. Even running toward daytime traffic, he couldn’t be sure he wouldn’t be caught. He would not go gently. Not by a long shot.

    Dean emerged from the alley and melted into the bustling lunchtime crowd. Pedestrians carried briefcases and takeout bags, rushing to meetings in their business suits and silk ties. Dean had thrown on a pair of blue jeans and an old sweater, and he carried a faded backpack on one shoulder. He was certainly the only one in the crowd running from the people he worked for. 

    Used to work for.

    He looked straight ahead, always searching. Public phone booths were insanely hard to find nowadays, but they still existed. His cell was in the apartment, as smashed to bits as his computer, useless even if he’d kept it. Wilderness could have traced the phone.

    A block down, he spotted the Holy Grail attached to the side of a gas station. He clamped his hand down over the pack strap and made a beeline for the payphone. No one noticed him. Here he was anonymous for a while.

     â€œFor a good time, call Alice” was scrawled in black marker across the top of the pay phone, right above a number. Dean grabbed the grimy handset, then took a moment to look around, searching the faces of the passersby for anyone he recognized. 

    No one. Not yet, anyway. 

    He fished into his pocket for change and tossed a few coins into the phone. His fingers flew over the keypad; punching in the number he’d burned into his memory last night. Probably the only person who could help him out of this mess.

    “The number you have dialed is not available,” a mechanical operator voice said. “If you require assistance—.”

    Damn it.

    Dean slammed the handset back into the receiver. His money clinked. He turned and looked back down the street toward his apartment building. Less than twenty feet away, he spotted a familiar face. Daryl Yates, a tall, thin man with a hooked nose who always reminded Dean of a younger, uglier Jimmy Stewart, was Mitchell’s second-in-command.

    Yates met his gaze. Both men froze. Dean’s heart slammed against his ribs. Yates’s hand slid toward the front of his jacket.

    Dean bolted, intent on running until he was hit by a car or was shot in the back. He raced toward the street, bolted through the nearest lane, and almost slammed right into a sheriff’s cruiser, paused in traffic in the far lane. Dean wasn’t sure if he wanted to cheer or weep.  

    The deputy rolled down the window. Sunlight glinted off his nametag: Porter. 

    “Problem, son?” Deputy Porter asked.

    “Um, yeah.” Dean glanced behind him. Yates stood stiffly near the abandoned payphone. Mitchell approached, his eyes glued on Dean. Dean turned back to the officer. “Yes, sir. I really need to get to the bus station. You see, my wife is in Wheeling and she’s about to give birth to our first son, but I don’t have a car and—”

    “Hop on in, son,” Deputy Porter said. “I’ll give you a lift. You’ll have to ride in the back, though. Rules and such.”

    “Thank you so much. You have no idea.” He opened the door behind the deputy and slid inside, slamming it shut.

    “You mind the siren? It’ll get us there faster.”

    “The siren is fine,” Dean replied.

    Porter flipped a switch on his dashboard and the cruiser’s siren wailed to life. Dean looked out the window at the street. Mitchell and Yates were gone. 

    Thank God.

    He leaned into the seat, shifting his pack around to rest in his lap, and tried to get his heart rate back under control. This was simply a diversion. A quick rest before the next sprint. They were being followed for sure, but there was no way to turn around and check without being obvious. A suspicious deputy was the last thing Dean needed.

    “First kid, eh?” Porter asked. He adjusted his rearview for a better look, and Dean glanced up into curious eyes.

    “Yeah.” Dean fidgeted a little. Lying was not something he did well. “It’s been hard, a lot of miscarriages. I had to come out here for business, and left poor Sally home alone. She isn’t due for two more weeks, but I guess you can’t plan these things.” 

    Sally? Of all the names he could have picked, he came up with Sally? He didn’t even know a Sally, except for the blond girl in the Peanuts comics.

    “I’ve got three kids myself,” Porter said, smiling broadly. “All girls and every one of them looks like their mama.”

    That was probably a good thing. The deputy was chubby and balding, with mud-brown hair and a pointed chin. Not ugly, but not someone you’d want a girl to take after. 

    “Wouldn’t have minded a son,” Porter went on. “But my wife decided three was enough and had that operation. Wouldn’t trade my girls for anything, though. You’ll know what I mean pretty soon, I think.”

    Dean nodded along, content to let Porter do all the talking. Then he wouldn’t ask questions Dean didn’t want to answer. Thankfully, it wasn’t far to the bus station. He was half-afraid that the chatty deputy would start telling him stories about potty training and diaper rash, all subjects Dean had no interest in. Not today, and not anytime in the near future. 

    Assuming he had a future. He’d heard stories about the security team at Wilderness, and the things that those men were willing and able to do. 

    If Dean didn’t get real help soon, he would be dead.

    #

    Dean talked fast to prevent Deputy Porter from following him to the ticket window. The aged man seemed to take it upon himself to see to Dean’s welfare, concern that may have touched Dean if he wasn’t running for his life. The longer Porter was around him, the stronger the likelihood of him getting hurt. Or his family getting hurt. Either way, not something Dean wanted on his conscience.

    The bus station bustled with life. Young couples searching for their buses, families juggling luggage of all sizes, single men off on business trips, one or two poorly dressed kids that might have been runaways. If Dean hadn’t been looking so hard for familiar faces, he probably wouldn’t have noticed any of them. They would have been as anonymous to him as he was to them.

    Anonymity was a good thing. 

    He was also in luck for a change. A direct route to Wheeling was scheduled to leave in less than ten minutes. Dean paid for a ticket, relieved he had enough cash in his wallet to cover the bill. Security tapes or not, he didn’t need his credit cards traced or attached to his destination. If they even worked. Wilderness knew people. It was likely that they were wiping out his entire life as he stood there, waiting for a young woman with blue-streaked hair to print out his bus ticket.

    She slid the ticket under the glass partition and offered him a half-assed smile. “Have a nice trip,” she said with the enthusiasm of someone resigned to saying that ten thousand times a day for the rest of her life.

    Dean mumbled a hurried thank you, grabbed the precious slip of paper and turned. He almost crashed into the man in line behind him. He muttered an apology and moved to the left, studying the station lobby, automatically searching for black suits. Anyone in a black suit was immediately suspicious, whether they were a lawyer, a tax attorney or one of Wilderness’s security agents. Spotting no one who seemed overtly interested in him, Dean walked toward the outer doors.

    Once he exited the depot, he felt a fraction better. He inhaled the semi-fresh air, almost choking on the strong odors of oil and exhaust fumes. Six buses were lined up, in various states of readiness. Four had their sides raised, and uniformed men tossed luggage into the underside compartments with all the care of circus jugglers. The first two buses in line were loading passengers. Dean checked the numbers. His bus was first.

    No way is this good luck going to keep up forever.

    He glanced back at the depot, and his hand jerked. Yates and Mitchell stood at the ticket booth, only their profiles visible. The blue-haired girl snapped her gum, but didn’t seem terribly interested in answering their questions. Mitchell flashed a badge at her. Dean had seen those badges, identifying the wearer as part of a private security firm. They worked well as an intimidation tactic. 

    In most cases. The ticket girl just shrugged.

    Yates turned. His dark eyes met Dean’s, and Dean’s stomach churned. Yates nudged Mitchell. Dean didn’t wait to see how Mitchell reacted. He walked toward the row of buses, moving quickly without drawing too much attention. He went around the front of the fourth bus and back down along the other side. A chain link fence topped with razor wire prevented him from abandoning the bus station altogether. If more agents showed up, he was completely screwed.

    Dean dropped to his knees and peered under the bus. Two sets of shiny leather shoes walked quickly in his direction. They paused, and then split up. One went left, the other right. Dean swallowed. They were going to trap him from either end of the bus.

    His feet moved on their own, instinct carrying Dean to the luggage carriers. He looked inside, expecting it to be stuffed full. A clear path cut through to the other side of the bus. Only half loaded. He offered a silent thank you to whoever was looking out for him today and climbed inside. His hands slid on the surface of a leather suitcase, and he was certain he heard something crack. Strong cologne bit his nostrils. His left eye twitched, but he prevented the sneeze from escaping. 

    He peeked out of the other side of the compartment in time to see Mitchell disappear around the back of the bus. Dean slid out, landed on his hands and pulled himself out the rest of the way, uncaring who saw or what they thought. His feet hit the pavement with a soft thump, and he ran toward his own bus. He didn’t stop until he was inside and up the three steps to where the driver waited to punch his ticket. Dean handed it over, amazed that his hand didn’t shake. The driver glanced at it, punched it absently and handed it back.

    Dean found an empty seat halfway down the aisle, glad the bus was only half-full. He imagined he looked pale and scared, and he didn’t need a lot of people staring at him. He slouched low in his seat, hugging the pack to his chest, afraid everyone around him could hear his pounding heartbeat. The bus rumbled around him, that familiar, soothing engine sound. He vaguely registered the driver making an announcement, or the hiss of the closing doors.

    I did it.

    It wasn’t until the bus jerked forward that Dean dared sit up and glance out the window. As they pulled away from the station, he spotted a cluster of black-suited men standing amid the waiting buses. Dean flopped back into his seat, relief hitting him like a sledgehammer and leaving him boneless. His head lolled side to side in time with the lurching of the bus. The trip should take about three hours.

    Three hours to try and plan the rest of his life, short though it might be.

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    Hi,

    We are writing to you to notify you that we will be shutting down the Ubuntu One file services, effective 1 June 2014. This email gives information about the closure and what you should expect during the shutdown process.

    As of today, it will no longer be possible to purchase storage or music from the Ubuntu One store. The Ubuntu One file services apps in the Ubuntu, Google, and Apple stores will be updated appropriately.

    As always, your content belongs to you.  You can simply download your files onto your PC or an external hard drive.  While the service will stop as of 1 June, you will have an additional two months (until 31 July 2014) to collect all of your content. After that date, all remaining content will be deleted.

    If you have an active annual subscription, the unused portion of your fees will be refunded. The refund amount will be calculated from today's announcement.

    We know you have come to rely on Ubuntu One, and we apologise for the inconvenience this closure may cause.  We've always been inspired by the support, feedback and enthusiasm of our users and want to thank you for the support you've shown for Ubuntu One. We hope that you'll continue to support us as together we bring a revolutionary experience to new devices.

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    it begins! (again.) i think living independently is good for me. i feel like a burden when living off other people, and having my own place is always nice. more or less settled in now, all the account information has been updated, bills set up etc. had a slight hitch on Thursday (08.10.15) when my old Fedora laptop finally gave up the ghost. the HDD made an ominous, bomb-like ticking noise for a few minutes, the system abruptly stopped responding, then the power died and refused to power back on. no luck with diagnostics/repairs that night or the morning after, until one last Chinese reboot convinced the machine to power on and load GRUB. from here i was able to get into Fedora, but only after about seven or eight minutes of loading and fan noise... when i actually got the window manager up, i found it responding slower than if i were sending commands via satellite from the fucking Moon. the terminal was no exception. i'd click or press a key, and literally several entire minutes would go by before the machine reflected what i'd pressed by opening a menu, showing the typed character onscreen, switching windows or whatever. with this excruciatingly slow method, i transferred my WIP novel to an SD card (it was the only irreplaceable file, i'd lost its backup on USB in the moving chaos). the machine itself is unusable and not worth buying a replacement hard drive for, so i haven't lost any data this time, but i have lost that. a new one's coming in a few weeks. it's one of these nice cheap preloaded Ubuntu ones for poor people so it should suit me fine. i don't need an SSD or fifty terabytes of disk space or 16G RAM, i just need some form of Linux laptop so i can function.

    and meds. i also need lots of pain meds so i can function.

    this Hallowe'en i will be speaking about transhumanism and biohacking in Nottingham, not sure of the exact place and time yet. i'll put up a post and a twatter update when i do, it shouldn't be very expensive if anyone wants to show up.

    other news: next planned work is to upgrade my first ever implant, the little RFID ampoule tag i used for the various access hacks i took out of RFID Toys. it's very old and not writable or secured, so i've been wanting a replacement chip for a long time & am now in a position to replace it. (i say "replace", i really mean "install a new one and just stop using the old one because it's a pain in the arse to get things back out from under the skin of the hands and i can't be bothered".) i have a few ideas re where to source a suitable tag. will update you all as i get there.

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    I am starting a new project that re-tasks old PC's as embedded controllers. To start with I am using motherboards with integral serial and parallel ports; USB support for FreeDOS is out of my reach (temporarily).
    I am using an Arduino Mega2560 as the I/O processor via the hard serial port.
    My goal is to have multiple PID controllers running as separate tasks on multiple cores (or Hyper Threads) controlling real hardware in real time.

    But first steps first: Currently I boot FreeDOS on a PC without hard drive, floppy drive or CD-ROM, just using a USB Thumb Drive. (Most BIOS's these days support USB devices at boot like keyboard, mouse and USB thumb-drives)
    I have tested the Open-source μC/OS-II RTOS and the example programs work just fine. Here are the particulars of the lab machine:
    Motherboards: ASUS P4C800E, Gigabyte GA-MA785GSM-US2H
    Memory: 4GBytes, 8GBytes
    Processors: Pentium 4 Dual Core, AMD Athalon II Quad Core
    Video: AMD Fire Pro AGP card, Integral motherboard Video

    Boot OS: FreeDOS
    RTOS: μC/OS-II
    Development toolchain:
    Compiler/linker: DJGPP GNU based C/C++-compiler/linker/libraries
    NASM Assembler in 32Bit Protected mode.

    What I am looking for is some help devising a debugging scheme to view what is happening on the target machine.
    Is anyone interested in working on the project with me?


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              Google Analytics Glossary        

    A

    A/B Testing - See Content (A/B) Testing.

    Admin Level - Google Analytics has two basic levels of access - View Reports Only and Account Administrator. Users with View Reports Only access can view their Profiles' reports and view and edit their own language preferences. All Account Administrators have complete administrative control of the system.

    Apache - Apache is a free, open-source web server software system that is pervasive on UNIX, Linux and similar operating system types. It is also available for Windows and other operating systems. Google Analytics' admin system is powered by a variant of Apache. For more information, see Apache.org.

    Authentication - Technique by which access to Internet or intranet resources requires the user to enter a username and password.

    Average Page Depth - The average number of pages on a site viewed by visitors during a single session.

    Average Response Value - The average revenue value of each click, calculated as total revenue divided by total clicks.

    B

    Bandwidth - The amount of data that can be transmitted along a communications channel in a fixed amount of time. For digital devices, the bandwidth is usually expressed in bits per second (bps) or bytes per second, where 1 byte = 8 bits.

    Browsers - A browser, or more accurately, user agent, is the software used to access a website. Examples of user agents are "Explorer" (for Microsoft Internet Explorer), "Netscape" (for Netscape Navigator) and "Googlebot" (an automated robot that scours the web for website content to include in its search engine).

    Bytes - A byte is a unit of information transferred over a network (or stored on a hard drive or in memory). Every web page, image or other type of file is composed of some number of bytes. Large files, such as video clips, may be composed of millions of bytes ("megabytes"). It is very important for site owners to be aware and understand that website and server performance is heavily affected by the amount of bytes transferred and web hosting providers often charge according to this measure. One byte is equal to 8 bits where each bit is either one or zero. Common terms incorporating the word "byte" are:

    • Kilobytes - 1,024 bytes
    • Megabyte - 1,048,576 bytes
    • Gigabyte - 1,073,741,824 bytes

    C

    Cache - A temporary storage area that a web browser or service provider uses to store common pages and graphics that have been recently opened. The cache enables the browser to quickly reload pages and images that were recently viewed.

    CGI Script - A CGI script is a programme written in one of several popular languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, etc., that can take input from a web page, do something with the data and produce a customised result (among many other possible uses). CGI scripts are widely used to add dynamic behaviour to websites and to process forms.

    Click - In Google Analytics, a click refers to the process of moving from one page in a site to the next via clicking the mouse button on a hyperlink (a slightly narrower definition than what is normally used). In the Click Through report, the term Clicks is used to describe the movement from the "previous" page to the page being analysed and from there to the "next" page.

    Click Through Rate (CTR) - The percentage of known impressions that result in clicks.

    Click-Fraud - The act of repeated clicking on a pay-per-click referral, with the intention of depleting the advertiser's budget and/or lowering their rankings in the sponsored links listing.

    Code - Anything written in a language intended for computers to interpret.

    Contact Name - This is the real name (generally speaking) of the user to whom you have given access to a particular Google Analytics report. The contact name can contain spaces and is not case-sensitive.

    Content (A/B) Testing - Testing the relative effectiveness of multiple versions of the same advertisement or other content in referring visitors to a site. Multiple versions of content can be uniquely identified by using a utm_content variable in the URL tag.

    Content (Campaign Tracking) - Content is the label for each version of an advertisement. The UTM variable for content, utm_content, indicates the version of a link on which the visitor clicked to reach a website - for example, utm_content=graphic_version1a.

    Content is one of the five dimensions of campaign tracking; the other four are source, medium, campaign and term.

    Content-targeted advertising - An advertising model in which the publisher displays related advertising and content together.

    Conversion - A conversion is said to occur when a visitor completes an activity that you have identified as important. This activity could be a purchase, an email list registration, a download or viewing an online presentation. When you sign up for Google Analytics, you have the opportunity to specify your goal pages -- pages that a visitor can only reach by completing a conversion activity. If you use Urchin Software, you set your goal pages within a profile.

    Cookie - A small amount of text data given to a web browser by a web server. The data is stored and returned to the specific web server each time the browser requests a page from that server. The main purpose of cookies is to pass a unique identifier to the website so that the website can keep track of the user as he/she steps through a website. For example, a protected site may store a temporary identifier in a cookie after you successfully log in, indicating that you are an authorised user.

    The name cookie derives from UNIX objects called magic cookies. These are tokens that are attached to a user or programme and change depending on the areas entered by the user or programme. Cookies are also sometimes called persistent cookies because they typically stay in the browser for long periods of time.

    Cost-per-click (CPC) - An advertising model in which the advertiser (sponsor) pays the publisher a certain amount each time the sponsor's ad is clicked. Also sometimes referred to as PPC (pay-per-click).

    Cron Job - A "cron job" is a scheduled task under a UNIX-type operating system. "cron" is a daemon or programme that is always running. Its function is similar to the Windows Scheduler.

    D

    Daemon - A daemon is any programme under a UNIX-type operating system that runs at all times. Common daemons are servers (such as Apache or an FTP server) and schedulers (such as "cron").

    Date Range - Google Analytic's Date Range feature allows you to view report data by an arbitrary time frame, from one day up to more than a year. The Date Range feature is available in most reports.

    Default Page -The default page setting should be set to whatever the default (or index) page is in your site's directories. Usually, this will be 'index.html' but on Windows IIS servers, it is often 'Default.htm' or 'index.htm'. This information allows Google Analytics to reconcile log entries such as 'http://www.example.com/' and 'http://www.example.com/index.html', which are in fact the same page. Without the Default Page information entered correctly, these would be reported as two distinct pages. Only a single default page should be specified.

    Directory - A directory is a virtual container for holding computer files. It is not merely a list of items, as the name would imply, but rather a key building block of a computer's storage architecture that actually contains files or other directories.

    DNS Lookup - (Reverse DNS Lookup) The process of converting a numeric IP address into a text name, for example, 63.212.171.4 is converted to www.Googleanalytics.com.

    Domain - A domain is a specific virtual area within the Internet, defined by the "top level" of the address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator). The top level is the end of the address; example: "whitehouse.gov". In this example, the top-level part of the domain is ".gov", indicating a US government entity. The "whitehouse" part is the second-level domain, indicating where the information in question is to be found within the ".gov" domain. Other common top-level domains include ".com", ".net", ".uk", etc.

    Domain Name System - (DNS) An Internet addressing system that uses a group of names that are listed with dots (.) between them, working from the most specific to the most general group. In the United States , the top (most general) domains are network categories such as edu (education), com (commercial) and gov (government). In other countries, a two-letter abbreviation for the country is used, such as ca ( Canada ) and au ( Australia ).

    Download - To retrieve a file or files from a remote machine to your local machine.

    E

    E-commerce - The buying and selling of goods and services and the transfer of funds through digital communications. Buying and selling over the internet, etc.

    Encryption - The process of encoding information so that other Internet users cannot access it.

    End User - The final user of the computer software. The end user is the individual who uses the product after it has been fully developed and marketed.

    Error - Errors are defined as pages that visitors attempted to view but returned an error message instead. These errors often occur because of broken links (links to pages that do not exist anymore) or when an unauthorised visitor attempts to access restricted pages (for example, if the visitor does not have a password to access the page).

    Error Code - Please see the definition of Status Code.

    Exclude - "Exclude" is a filter type available in the Google Analytics Filters configuration. If an Exclude filter is applied to a Profile, all log file lines (hits) that match the Exclude string will be discarded prior to the creation of the corresponding Google Analytics reports.

    F

    File Type - A File Type is a designation, usually in the form of an extension (such as .gif or .jpeg), given to a file to describe its function or the software that is required to act upon it. More generally, file types can be grouped into image file types (such as .gif, .png, .jpeg), text file types (such as .doc or .txt) and many others.

    Filter - A filter is a text string or regular expression that is used to either exclude certain hits or only include certain hits from a Google Analytics report. Filters are commonly used to filter out certain content, such as internal company traffic or javascript libraries or to set up special reports for only certain types of content, like a subsection of a website.

    Filter Field - A filter field is the number of the field on which to apply a filter. In a log file line or hit, there are several distinct fields, each one holding a different piece of data. To apply a filter to a log file, you must first identify which field you wish to apply the filter to. This is the filter field.

    Filter Name - The Filter Name is intended to be a descriptive title for a filter. It is used only as an organisational aid and may contain spaces.

    Filter Pattern - A Filter Pattern is the actual text string against which Google Analytics will attempt to match log file lines. If a match is found, the log line (or "hit") will be either excluded or included, depending on the Filter Type. Patterns can be specific text to match or use wildcards as part of a "regular expression". NOTE: Filter Patterns are case-sensitive, so to filter out the Googlebot spider, for instance, use "Googlebot", not "Googlebot" (do not use quotes).

    Filter to Apply - The filter to apply is the actual text string to be used to either filter in or filter out content. The Filter to Apply can be either a plain text string or a regular expression.

    Filter Type - A filter must be of one of two filter types, either an Include (filter in) or Exclude (filter out). If an inclusive filter (Include) is used, only hits containing the filter string will be represented in the Google Analytics report. If an exclusive filter (Exclude) is used, no hits containing the filter string will be represented in the Google Analytics report.

    Firewall - A security device placed on a LAN (local area network) to protect it from Internet intruders. This can be a special kind of hardware router, a piece of software or both.

    First Time Sessions - The number of times unique visitors came to your website during a specified time period, not having visited before that period. These visitors are identified by cookies.

    First Time Unique Visitor - The number of Unique Visitors to your website that had not visited prior to the time frame being analysed.

    Form - In the context of the web, a form is a data-entry mechanism generally created out of HTML in conjunction with a CGI script. A form is usually a static HTML page that presents the visitor with blanks or fields . Upon entering data into the fields, the form is submitted and a script of some sort performs some type of action on the data, such as writing it to a file.

    Frame- A rectangular region within the browser window that displays a web page alongside other pages in other frames.

    FTP - (File Transfer Protocol) The basic method for copying a file from one computer to another through the Internet.

    G

    GET Method - The GET method is a way of passing parameters of an HTTP request from the browser to the server. This method puts the parameters usually separated by special characters such as ampersands ("&") in the URL itself, which is viewable to the person using the browser. The other method is POST, which is used when the site does not want to pass the parameters in the URL. This is desirable when there is a large quantity of text to send to the server or when the information is sensitive.

    GIF - A graphics file type -- Graphics Interchange Format -- a compressed, bitmapped format often used on the web because of its good quality/compression ratio when used on certain image types, particularly those with large flat areas of colour.

    Goal Conversion Rate - In the context of Campaign Tracking, the percentage of sessions on a site that result in a conversion goal being reached on that site.

    Graphic User Interface - (GUI) Pronounced "gooey". A method of controlling software using on-screen icons, menus, dialogue boxes and objects that can be moved or resized, usually with a pointing device such as a mouse.

    H

    Hardware - A computer and the associated physical equipment directly involved in the performance of data processing or communication functions.

    Hit - A hit is simply any request to the web server for any type of file. This can be an HTML page, an image (jpeg, gif, png, etc.), a sound clip, a cgi script and many other file types. An HTML page can account for several hits: the page itself, each image on the page and any embedded sound or video clips. Therefore, the number of hits that a website receives is not a valid popularity gauge but rather an indication of server use and loading.

    HTML - Hyper Text Markup Language is used to write documents for the World Wide Web and to specify hypertext links between related objects and documents.

    HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol is a standard method of transferring data between a web server and a web browser.

    I

    IIS - Microsoft Internet Information Server or IIS as it is commonly called, is a popular web server software system for Windows operating systems. It is currently unavailable for other operating systems. For more information, see Microsoft.com.

    Impression - A display, on a search engine or other source, of a referral link or advertisement.

    Include - "Include" is a filter type available in the Google Analytics Filters configuration. If an Include filter is applied to a Profile, only the log file lines (hits) that match the Include will be used in the creation of the corresponding Google Analytics reports.

    Initial Session - This is the first Session conducted by a trackable Unique Visitor during the current Date Range. This value is equal to the total number of Unique Visitors during the same Date Range (each Unique Visitor has at least one session). This value is provided in contrast to Repeat Sessions.

    IP Address - An identifier for a computer or device on a TCP/IP network. Networks using the TCP/IP protocol route messages based on the IP address of the destination. The format of an IP address is a numeric address written as four numbers separated by periods. Each number ranges from 0 to 255.

    ISP - Internet Service Provider. A company which provides other companies or individuals with access to, or presence on, the Internet. Most ISPs are also Internet Access Providers -- extra services include help with design, creation and administration of WWW sites, etc.

    J

    Java - An object-oriented programming language invented by Sun Microsystems. Java is designed to run on any type of computer hardware through an intermediary layer called a virtual machine, which translates Java instructions into native code for that particular computer.

    JavaScript - Small element of code embedded on web pages and executed by the browser when the page is viewed by a visitor.

    K

    Keyword - A keyword is a database index entry that identifies a specific record or document. Keyword searching is the most common form of text search on the web. Most search engines do their text query and retrieval using keywords. Unless the author of the web document specifies the keywords for his/her document (this is possible by using meta tags), it is up to the search engine to determine them. Essentially, this means that search engines pull out and index words that are believed to be significant. Words that are mentioned towards the top of a document and words that are repeated several times throughout the document are more likely to be deemed important.

    L

    Last Run - This is the time the task in question last ran, whether successfully or not. As soon as the same task is run again, this value will change to the new start time.

    Log file - A file created by a web or proxy server which contains all of the access information regarding the activity on that server. Each line in a log file generated by web server software is a hit or request for a file. Therefore, the number of lines in a log file will be equal to the number of hits in the file, not counting any field definitions line(s) that may be present.

    M

    Medium (Campaign Tracking) - In the context of campaign tracking, medium indicates the means by which a visitor to a site received the link to that site. Examples of mediums are "organic" and "cost-per-click" in the case of search engine links and "email" and "print" in the case of newsletters. The UTM variable for medium is utm_medium.

    Medium is one of the five dimensions of campaign tracking; the other four dimensions are source, campaign, term and content.

    Meta Tag - A special HTML tag that provides information about a web page. Unlike normal HTML tags, meta tags do not affect the way the page is displayed. Instead, they provide information such as who created the page, how often it is updated, what the page is about and which keywords represent the page's content. Many search engines use this information when building their indices.

    Multihome - A multihome, or load balanced, network means distributing processing and communications activity evenly across a computer network so that no single device is overwhelmed. Load balancing is especially important for networks where it is difficult to predict the number of requests that will be issued to a server. Busy websites typically employ two or more web servers in a load-balancing scheme. If one server starts to get swamped, requests are forwarded to another server with more capacity.

    N

    Navigation - Describes the movement of a user through a website or other application interface. This term also indicates the system of available links and buttons that the user can use to navigate through the website.

    NCSA - NCSA stands for the National Centre for Supercomputing Applications. The NCSA developed several important web protocols and software systems, including the standard logging type used by Apache -- NCSA Extended Combined.

    Network - A set of computers connected so that they can communicate and share information. Most major networks are connected to the global network-of-networks, called the Internet.

    No Referral - The "(no referral)" entry appears in various Referrals reports in the cases when the visitor to the site got there by typing the URL directly into the browser window or using a bookmark/favourite. In other words, the visitor did not click on a link to get to the site, so there was no referral, technically speaking.

    O

    Online - A general term referring to anything connected to or conveyed through a communication network.

    Organisation - The classification to which a Domain Name belongs. Typical Suffixes are: .com = Commercial, .org = Organisation, .edu = Educational, .int = International, .gov = Government, .mil = Military, net = Network

    OS - (Operating System) Software designed to control the hardware of a specific data-processing system in order to allow users and application programmes to employ it easily. (MacOS, Windows 95)

    P

    Page - Also known as a web page, a page is defined as a single file delivered by a web server that contains HTML or similar content. Any file that is not specifically a GIF, JPEG, PING, JS (javascript) or CSS (style sheet) is considered a page.

    Page View - A page is defined as any file or content delivered by a web server that would generally be considered as a web document. This includes HTML pages (.html, .htm, .shtml), script-generated pages (.cgi, .asp, .cfm, etc.) and plain-text pages. It also includes sound files (.wav, .aiff, etc.), video files (.mov, etc.) and other non-document files. Only image files (.jpeg, .gif, .png), javascript (.js) and style sheets (.css) are excluded from this definition. Each time a file defined as a page is served, a page view is registered by Google Analytics.

    Password - A password is the word or code used to authenticate a user on the Google Analytics administration or reporting system, or any other protected system. It is advisable to use passwords that are difficult to guess, such as those containing numbers or symbols.

    Path - A Path is defined as a series of clicks resulting in distinct page views. A Path cannot contain non-pages, such as image files. Each step in a path will have a name, such as "index.html".

    Pay-per-click - An advertising model in which the sponsor (advertiser) pays a certain amount to the publisher each time the sponsor's ad is clicked. Also referred to as cost-per-click.

    PDF - Portable Document Format. File format developed by Adobe Systems to allow for display and printing of formatted documents across platforms and systems. PDF files can be read on any system equipped with the Acrobat Reader software, regardless of whether or not your computer has the software that the document was created in.

    Platform - A platform is a specific computer hardware and software operating system combination that represents a specific user's configuration and method of accessing the Internet. Common platforms include Windows NT/x86 (Microsoft Windows NT on a standard Intel-type PC), Mac PPC (Macintosh with Power PC processor), Red Hat Linux 6.1 x86 (Linux on a standard Intel-type PC).

    Post - There are two methods to send HTML form data to a server. GET, the default, will send the form input in an URL, whereas POST sends it in the body of the submission. The latter method means you can send larger amounts of data and that the URL of the form results does not show the encoded form.

    Prior Unique Visitor - A Prior Unique Visitor is defined as a unique visitor to the website that returned during the specified Date Range after previously visiting your site, as identified by tracking devices such as cookies.

    Profile - A Profile is a set of rules governing the production of a set of Google Analytics reports from log file data. Generally, there will be one Profile per domain/URL (e.g., www.Googleanalytics.com). However, there can be any number of Profiles for any one source, as each may have different rules for exclusion or inclusion of certain log data elements. Google Analytics provides up to 50 Profiles per account.

    Protocol - An established method of exchanging data over the Internet.

    Q

    Query Token - A query token is a special character in URL that differentiates the main URL from the specific query. For example, in this URL:

    http://www.Google.com/search?q=analytics

    the query token is the question mark.

    R

    Referral Errors - A referral error occurs whenever someone clicks on a link that points to your site but that contains a reference to a non-existent page or file. This action usually results in a "404 Not Found"-type error.

    Referrals - A referral occurs when any hyperlink is clicked on that takes a web surfer to any page or file in another website; it could be text, an image or any other type of link. When a web surfer arrives at your site from another site, the server records the referral information in the hit log for every file requested by that surfer. If a search engine was used to obtain the link, the name of the search engine and any keywords used are recorded as well.

    Referrer - The URL of an HTML page that refers visitors to a site.

    Regular Expressions - Regular Expressions are tools defined by the POSIX specification used to match text strings based on rules invoked by special characters, such as asterisks ("*"). Regular Expressions are powerful tools and should be fully understood before use. For more information, please see the IEEE Sites.

    Repeat Session - This is a session for which the visitor could be tracked as unique and as having been to the site before this session during the current Date Range.

    Report - A report set is a distinct Google Analytics report about one particular website, part of a website or content group. A report set will have all Google Analytics' reporting features dedicated to the analysis of itself only. Generally, one report set is defined for each website, though more than one can be configured.

    Returning Sessions - Returning Sessions represent the number of times unique visitors returned to your website during a specified time period.

    Revenue - In versions of Google Analytics that support e-commerce reporting, the term Revenue is used in place of whichever local currency is being used, since Google Analytics supports currencies other than the US dollar. Revenue tabs appear on several reports as a data display option when appropriate.

    Reverse DNS It performs the opposite function of the DNS server, which turns names into IP addresses.

    ROI (Return on Investment) - (Revenue - Cost)/ Cost, expressed as a percentage.

    S

    Scalable - Quality of an implementation that allows it to grow as the use of the service increases.

    Script - A short computer programme written in a simplified programming language, such as JavaScript, VBScript or Perl.

    Search Engine - A Search Engine is a programme that searches documents for specified keywords and returns a list of the documents where the keywords were found, ranked according to relevance (or at least that is the intent). Although a search engine is really a general class of programmes, the term is often used to specifically describe systems like Google and AltaVista that enable users to search for documents on the World Wide Web.

    Session - A Session is a defined quantity of visitor interaction with a website. The definition will vary depending on how Visitors are tracked. Some common visitor tracking methods and corresponding Session definitions:

    • IP-based Visitor Tracking: A Session is a series of hits from one visitor (as defined by the visitor's IP address) wherein no two hits are separated by more than 30 minutes. If there is a gap of 30 minutes or more from this visitor, an additional Session is counted.
    • IP+User Agent Visitor Tracking: A Session is a series of hits from one visitor (as defined by the visitor's IP address and user-agent, such as Netscape 4.72) wherein no two hits are separated by more than 30 minutes. If there is a gap of 30 minutes or more from this visitor, an additional Session is counted.
    • Unique Visitor Tracking (cookie-based, such as Google Analytics' UTM): A Session is a period of interaction between a visitor's browser and a particular website, ending upon the closure of the browser window or shut down of the browser programme.

    Shell Archive - A shell archive is a collection of files that can be unpacked by using the Unix Bourne shell command interpreter/bin/sh.

    Site Domains - Site Domains are all the valid domains (URLs) that point to a given websites. For example, the Site Domains for Google.com are: www.Google.com and Google.com.

    Software - The programmes, routines and symbolic languages that control the functioning of the hardware and direct its operation. Written programmes or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory.

    Source (Campaign Tracking) - In the context of campaign tracking, a source is the origin of a referral. Examples of sources are the Google search engine, the AOL search engine, the name of a newsletter or the name of a referring website. The UTM variable for source is utm_source.

    Source is one of the five dimensions of campaign tracking; the other four dimensions are campaign, medium, term and content.

    Source - Also know as source code. The actual text and commands stored in an HTML file (including tags, comments and scripts) that may not be visible when the page is viewed with a web browser.

    Status Code - A status code, also known as an error code, is a 3-digit code number assigned to every request (hit) received by the server. Most valid hits will have a status code of 200 ("ok"). "Page not found" errors will generate a 404 error. Some commonly seen codes are shown below in bold .

    • 100 Continue
    • 101 Switching Protocols
    • 200 OK
    • 201 Created
    • 202 Accepted
    • 203 Non-Authoritative Information
    • 204 No Content
    • 205 Reset Content
    • 206 Partial Content
    • 300 Multiple Choices
    • 301 Moved Permanently
    • 302 Moved Temporarily
    • 303 See Other
    • 304 Not Modified
    • 305 Use Proxy
    • 400 Bad Request
    • 401 Authorisation Required
    • 402 Payment Required
    • 403 Forbidden
    • 404 Not Found
    • 405 Method Not Allowed
    • 406 Not Acceptable
    • 407 Proxy Authentication Required
    • 408 Request Time-Out
    • 409 Conflict
    • 410 Gone
    • 411 Length Required
    • 412 Precondition Failed
    • 413 Request Entity Too Large
    • 414 Request-URL Too Large
    • 415 Unsupported Media Type
    • 500 Server Error
    • 501 Not Implemented
    • 502 Bad Gateway
    • 503 Out of Resources
    • 504 Gateway Time-Out
    • 505 HTTP Version not supported

    T

    Task - A Task is a log-processing event of any type programmed into the Scheduler. Tasks can be set to execute at virtually any frequency desired, but are generally set to run at a daily interval.

    Term (Campaign Tracking) - In the context of campaign tracking, term refers to the keyword(s) that a visitor types into a search engine. The UTM variable for term is utm_term. Term is one of the five campaign dimensions; the other four are source, medium, content and campaign.

    Top-Level Domain For instance, the TLD of Google.com is ".com" and the TLD of Google.co.uk is ".uk".

    Total Unique Visitor Sessions - The total number of Sessions from identified Unique Visitors during the time period ( Date Range ) being analysed.

    U

    Unique Visitor Session - A Unique Visitor Session is a quantity of visitor interaction with a website for which the visitor can be tracked and declared with a high degree of confidence as being unique for the time period being analysed.

    Unique Visitors - Unique Visitors represent the number of unduplicated (counted only once) visitors to your website over the course of a specified time period. A Unique Visitor is determined using cookies.

    Untrackable Session - A period of visitor interaction with a website for which the visitor cannot necessarily be distinguished as unique or not.

    URL - Uniform Resource Locator is a means of identifying an exact location on the Internet. For example, http://www.Googleanalytics.com/support/platforms.html is the URL that defines the use of HTTP to access the web page platforms.html in the /support/ directory on the Google Analytics website. URLs typically have four parts: protocol type (HTTP), host domain name (www.Googleanalytics.com), directory path (/support/) and file name (platforms.html).

    User - As it pertains to Google Analytics, a user is defined as a person who has specific report set access, a username and password. To set up a user in Google Analytics' administrative system, click on the Access Manager tab at the top of the screen. Then click "Add" in the Existing Access table on the right.

    User Agent - A user agent is a generic term for any programme used for accessing a website. This includes browsers (such as Internet Explorer or Netscape), robots and spiders and any other software programme that acts as an "agent" for a someone or something seeking information from a website.

    Username - A Username is a name used to gain access to a computer system. Usernames and usually passwords are required in multi-user systems. In most such systems, users can choose their own usernames and passwords.

    UTM - The UTM is the Google Analytics Traffic Monitor, a system whereby unique visitors can be accurately tracked using a combination of server and client-side technology including cookies. Please see the UTM white paper for more information.

    V

    View Total - The View Total is the tally of items currently shown in the report. This total does not include items that are not shown. For example, if the report in question is showing 10 items out of 45, the View Total number represents the total for only the 10 items shown. Below the View Total listing is the Total, which represents the tally of all items in this report for this Date Range.

    Visit - See Session.

    Visitor - A Visitor is a construct designed to come as close as possible to defining the number of actual, distinct people who visited a website. There is of course no way to know if two people are sharing a computer from the website's perspective, but a good visitor-tracking system can come close to the actual number. The most accurate visitor-tracking systems generally employ cookies to maintain tallies of distinct visitors.

    Visitor Session - A Visitor Session is a defined period of interaction between a Visitor (both unique and untrackable visitor types) and a website. The definition of a Sessionvaries depending on the type of visitor tracking employed.

    Visitor Sessions - Visitor Sessions represent the number of times individual users visited your website over the course of a specified time period. This is a sum of First-time, Returning and Unknown Sessions.

    Visitors Total - Visitors is the number of Total Unique Visitors plus the number of Untrackable IP-based Visitors, which represents all individual visitors to your website over the course of a specified time period.

    W

    W3C - The W3C, or World Wide Web Consortium, is a standards body dedicated to ensuring interoperability between all the varied system and network types that comprise the World Wide Web part of the Internet. The W3C log format is commonly used by several web server software systems, such as Microsoft IIS. For more information.

    Web Server - This is a vague term whose meaning must be determined by the context in which it is used. It will mean one of two things: The physical computer that acts as a server. This is a computer just like any other. It is called a server because its main function is to deliver web pages. There is often nothing particularly special about a server's hardware, it is only a server because of the software.



              Scrapbook 2012        
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    Think about the year that has passed. All the memories, the entries and posts that made the year special. Think about all your past layouts, default icons, mood themes. How about all those conversations you had via comments, or the huge post in ONTD that you spent all night commenting on. The 2012 Scrapbook Post is a way to help you remember all of that, in a single post.




    ✿ Layouts

    Blue Swirls by daemon




    ✿ Mood Themes

    • Doctor Who animated mood by calicons
    • Donna Noble animated mood by wickedgrdn




    ✿ Default Icons

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    Photobucketby welshgirl15





    ✿ Desktops

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    ✿ University

    Physics of Magnetosphere 1: 30
    Classical Electrodynamics: 30
    Physics of Matter: (24 - 17 raised later- 19) 28
    Nuclear&Subnuclear physics: (B (aka 21 raised to 24) - B (???)) 28
    Astrophysics: 30+
    Physics of Atmosphere and oceans: 28




    ✿ Conservatory

    Canto (Conferma): 8/10




    ✿ Events

    • Lunch @ home with family & Paolo. Cards&Bingo @ Zio Giovanni's (1/01/2012)
    • To the eye doctor (2/01/2012)
    • Space&Co Lab dinner&SPQRisiko @ Chiaretta's with Chiara, Alfredo, Alessia, Andrea, Mirko, Nausica, Fabio (12/01/2012) ♥
    • Elena is born (24/01/2012)
    • The day when it has been announced Matt Bomer will be in a Glee episode in April - two fandoms collide/I start loving Glee all over again (27/01/2012)
    • The biggest snowfall ever (3/02/2012)
    • Closed university (6-8/02/2012)
    Whitney Houston leaves us (11/02/2012)
    • Romina's graduation (22/02/2012)
    • Opening a bank account (24/02/2012)
    • First day wearing red bold lips! (and contacts with suglasses O.O) (3/03/2012)
    • @Roma per il concorso alla Banca d'Italia (14/03/2012)
    • Watching Notre-Dame de Paris with Irene @Rome (Granteatro) (17/03/2012)
    • Dinner with Ottavio, Vale, Giuliani, Fede & Zufi (31/03/2012)
    • Emptying our earthquake-d house (6-10/04/2012)
    • EPSO Admission Test(19/04/2012)
    • The Slut and The Fool(too many days/03-04/2012)
    • Worst day ever (3/05/2012)
    • I am the only one writing as I should <3 - one of the best revenge ever LOL (9/05/2012)
    • A red bitch (21/05/2012)
    • Singing exam (22/05/2012)
    • Blecil or Celar <3 (22/05/2012)
    • X-Factor 6 Casting in Rome (26/05/2012)
    • Dinner with Ottavio, Vale, Fede, Cch to celebrate my birthday (23/04/2012)
    • Lunch for Uncle Felix 50th birthday (24/06/2012)
    • Dinner with Ottavio, Vale, Fede, Stefania, G, Cch, Jessica to celebrate Vale's bday (6/07/2012)
    • Starting my very own community (randombeauty123)(22/07/2012)
    • Olympics - London 2012 (27-/07/2012)
    • Grandpa 80th Birthday - Dinner @ La Radice whit the whole family (4/08/2012)
    • Taylor Swift webchat announcing her new album RED coming out October 22nd (13/08/2012)
    • Winning the critic's award at Rocca di Mezzo singing Notturno (22/08/2012)
    • Emma's concert with Richie (24/08/2012)
    • Symphonic Orchestra movies music concert (26/08/2012)
    • XFactor concert with Fede, Ottavio&Svale, with Nicole Tuzii, Davide Papasidero, Claudio Cera, Valerio De Rosa, Caffè Margot (27/08/2012)
    • Musical singing contest + dinner at G's place with Svale&Otto, Ruggi, Angelo & G (1/09/2012)
    • Music&lyrics minus the bridge for my very first "complete" song (4/09/2012)
    • My phone falls for the first time (5/09/2012)
    • Moving the community to Wordpress (randombeautythings.wordpress.com/) (7/09/2012)
    • Signing up to the Gym (11/09/2012)
    • Buying the first Revlon Lip Butter (11/09/2012)
    • Dinner @ Patatina with 8&friends (20/10/2012)
    • The fourth album "Red" by Taylor Swift comes out (22/10/2012)
    • My PC dies (no hard disk found) & comes back to live two days after (24/10/2012)
    • The Dou Dou Fizz concert @ The Irish Shaman's Pub with Marta&Paolo&Stefano (27/10/2012)
    • The first cold after years (2-8/11/2012)
    • First guitar written song (5-25/11/2012)
    • The first snow of the season (5/12/2012)
    • Nunzia & Ruggi's bday @ Il Boschetto (7/12/2012)
    • First tea time (14/12/2012)
    • H&M opening!!! (14/12/2012)
    • Instagram account, finally!!! (15/10/2012)
    • Christmas Eve dinner at Grandma Anna's (24/12/2012)
    • Christmas lunch at Aunt Ginevra's (25/12/2012)
    • New Year's Eve Dinner @ home with Mom, Dad, Granma Anna and Grandpa Sabatino, then celebrating the 2013 at Ottavio's (31/12/2012)




    ✿ Quotes

    • "Strange, isn't it? Each man's life touches so many other lives. When he isn't around he leaves an awful hole, doesn't he? " (Clarence from "It's a wonderful life")
    • "Dear George, remember no man is a failure who has friends." (Clarence from "It's a wonderful life)
    • "If you want a happy ending..it depends on where you stop the story" (Neal Caffrey from White Collar)
    • "Two people with a common goal can do many things. Two people with a common enemy can do even more." (Rumpelstiltskin from Once Upon a Time)
    • "Love makes us sick. Haunts our dreams. Destroys our days. Love has killed more than any disease." (Rumpelstiltskin from Once Upon a Time)
    • "Two wrongs can never make a right because two wrongs can never equal each other." (Emily Thorne from Revenge)
    • "Like life revenge can be a messy business, and both would be so much simpler. If only our heads could figure out which way our hearts will go. But the heart has its reasons of which reason cannot know." (Emily Thorne from Revenge)
    • "You know I haven't been this disappointed since Phantom Menace." (Nolan Ross from Revenge)
    • "It isn't really our choices that distinguish who we are. It's our commitment to them." (Emily Thorne from Revenge)
    • "God, I wish my life was a movie sometimes. You know, I'd never have to worry about my hair, or having to go to the bathroom. And then when I'm at my lowest point, some guy would chase me down the street, pour his heart out and we'd kiss. Happily ever after" (Jamie from Friends with Benefits)
    • "I suffer from Girlnextdooritis, where the guy is friend with you, and that' it." (Taylor Swift)
    • "True love's kiss will break any curse." (from Once Upon a Time)
    • "First love is such a sweet despair, Colin" (from My Week with Marilyn)
    • "I’m intimidated by the fear of being average." (Taylor Swift)
    • "Life isn't how to survive the storm, it's about how to dance in the rain." (Taylor Swift)
    • "Throughout all of the changes that have happened in my life, one of the priorities I’ve had is to never change the way I write songs and the reasons I write songs. I write songs to help me understand life a little more. I write songs to get past things that cause me pain. And I write songs because sometimes life makes more sense to me when it’s being sung in a chorus, and when I can write it in a verse" (Taylor Swift)
    • "One day, you’re 17 and you’re planning for someday. And then quietly, without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life." (from One Tree Hill)
    • "But hold on to what you believe in the light, when the darkness has robbed you of all your sight" (Mumford & Sons)
    • "The saddest thing for a girl to do is dumb herself down for a guy." (Emma Watson)
    • "You can’t change your situation. The only thing that you can change is how you choose to deal with it." (Katherine from the movie 50/50)
    • "He's the melody and she's background noise" ("Bad for Me" by Megan&Liz)
    • " I’d rather be too something than not enough something." (Taylor Swift)
    • "And there’s something to be learned from waiting all day for a train that’s never coming." (Taylor Swift)
    • "We end up dreaming instead of sleeping" (Taylor Swift's "22")




    ✿ Songs loved

    • "Gethsemane (I only want to say)" - Jesus Christ from Jesus Christ Superstar
    • "Terrible love" - Birdy
    • "I should go" - Levi Kreis
    • "Breathe Again" - Sara Berelleis
    • "If I fell" - The Beatles
    • "A Maggio Cambio" - Virginio
    • "Skinny Love" - Birdy
    • "Look at me" - Carrie Underwood
    • "Iris" - Goo Goo Dolls
    • "Why you wanna" - Jana Kramer
    • "Paris Oh lala" - Grace Potter
    • "Safe & Sound" - Taylor Swift ft. The Civil Wars
    • "Somebody that I used to know" - Gotye
    • "Second hand white baby grand" - from Smash OST
    • "Let me be your star" - from Smash OST
    • "Never give all the heart" - from Smash OST
    • "Songs like this" - Carrie Underwood
    • "It happens" - Sugarland
    • "Over you by now" - Jana Kramer
    • "Impatient Girl" - Kate Voegele
    • "Candy" - Paolo Nutini
    • "After the storm" - Mumford&Sons
    • "What makes you beautiful" - One Direction
    • "A room with a view" - Ben Barnes
    • "We are never ever getting back together" - Taylor Swift
    • "Ronan" - Taylor Swift
    • "All too well" - Taylor Swift
    • "Wanted" - Hunter Hayes
    • "Stars" - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
    • "Kiss You" - One Direction
    • "Love Makes Me" - Hunter Hayes
    • "Over You" - Miranda Lambert (Cassadee Pope's cover)
    • "I knew you were trouble" - Taylor Swift
    • "Blank Page" - Christina Aguilera
    • "Hello" - Lione Richie (Glee cover)




    ✿ Movies seen

    Crazy, stupid, love. | 8/10 (ENG)
    Vampires Suck | ???/10 (ENG)
    It's a wonderful life | 9/10 (ENG)
    Bambi | 8/10 (ENG)
    Puss in Boots | 7/10 (ENG)
    In Time | 8/10 (ENG)
    Restless | 9.5/10 (ENG)
    Like Crazy | 3/10 (ENG)
    Melancholia | 8/10 (ENG)
    Water for Elephants | 9/10 (ENG)
    Friends with Benefits | 8.5/10 (ENG)
    Little Miss Sunshine | 9/10 (ENG)
    The Good Guy | 8/10 (ENG)
    Valentine's Day - Appuntamento con l'amore | 8/10
    Rapunzel | 8/10
    The Help | 9.5/10 (ENG)
    Waiting for forever | 7.5/10 (ENG)
    The Descendants | 7.5/10 (ENG)
    Hugo | 8/10 (ENG)
    A Princess for Christmas | 7/10 (ENG)
    My Week with Marilyn | 8.5/10 (ENG)
    J. Edgar | 8.5/10 (ENG)
    Breaking Dawn (part 1) | 4.5/10 (ENG)
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind | 7.5/10 (ENG)
    Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close | 9.5/10 (ENG)
    Sixteen Candles | 7/10 (ENG)
    The Vow | 8/10 (ENG)
    One for the money | 5/10 (ENG)
    New Year's Eve | 8/10 (ENG)
    This means war | 9/10 (ENG)
    Mission Impossible IV - Ghost Protocol | 8.5/10 (ENG)
    Mirror Mirror | 7/10 (ENG)
    Iron Man | 7/10 (ENG)
    Cattivissimo Me | 9/10
    Romeo + Juliet | 8.5/10 (ENG)
    Killing Bono | 9/10 (ENG)
    Killers | 7/10
    Sherlock Holmes - A Game of Shadows | 5/10 (ENG)
    Bridesmaids | 7.5/10 (ENG)
    Heathers | 8/10 (ENG)
    The Tourist | 7/10 (ENG)
    The Hunger Games | 7.5/10 (ENG)
    50/50 | 9/10 (ENG)
    The Lorax | 8/10 (ENG)
    Uptown Girls | 8/10 (ENG)
    John Tucker must die | 7/10 (ENG)
    The Lucky One | 7/10 (ENG)
    Happy Feet 2 | 8/10 (ENG)
    Madagascar 2 | 7/10
    She's all that | 6.5/10 (ENG)
    Miss FBI | 9/10
    Snowhite & the Huntsman | 7/10 (ENG)
    When Harry Met Sally | 8/10 (ENG)
    Wanderlust | 6/10 (ENG)
    Ice Age 4 | 6/10 (ENG)
    Ice Age 3 | 8/10
    Jersey Girl | 9/10 (ENG)
    The Amazing Spider-Man | 8/10 (ENG)
    Dead Pets Society | 9/10 (ENG)
    Sparkle | 7/10 (ENG)
    Brave | 7/10 (ENG)
    Lo Hobbit | 9/10 *
    Moulin Rouge! | 10/10 (ENG)
    Magic Mike | 6 (but a 10/10 for the strippers)/10 (ENG)

    *at the cinema




    ✿ TV Shows

    The Big Bang Theory (Season 5 | Season 6)
    Glee (Season 3 | Season 4)
    Friends (Season 6 | Season 7)
    Supernatural (Season 7 | Season 8)
    One Tree Hill (Season 9)
    Make it or Break it (Season 3)
    The Vampire Diaries (Season 3 | Season 4)
    C.S.I.: NY (Season 7 | Season 8)
    Gossip Girl (Season 5 | Season 6)
    White Collar (Season 3 | Season 4)
    Gilmore Girls (Season 1 | Season 2 | Season 3 | Season 4 | Season 5)
    New Girl (Season 1 | Season 2)
    Revenge (Season 1 | Season 2)
    Once Upon a Time (Season 1 | Season 2)
    Merlin (Season 4 | Season 5)
    Wizards of Waverly Place (Season 1)
    Desperate Housewives (Season 7)
    Sherlock Holmes (Season 1 | Season 2)
    House MD (Season 8)
    Smash (Season 1)
    Grey's Anatomy (Season 7 | Season 8)
    Bunheads (Season 1)
    Suits (Season 2)
    Doctor Who (Season 7)
    C.S.I.: Miami (Season 10)
    Dating Rules from my Future Self (Season 1 | Season 2)
    Italia's Got Talent (3rd edition)
    Amici (10th edition)
    X-Factor IT (5th edtion | 6th edition)
    The Voice (Season 2 | Season 3)
    Grammy Awards (54th edition)
    Grammy Awards (52nd edition)
    Academy Awards (84th edition) Red Carpet and Main Show
    MTV Movie Awards 2012
    Christina Aguilera's Back to Basics Live (2008)
    Christina Aguilera Stripped Tour @ London (2004)
    Teen Choice Awards 2012
    The X-Factor US (Season 2)
    Colorado Cafè
    Ti Lascio una Canzone
    46th Annual CMAs (2012)
    40th American Music Awards (AMAs) (2012)




    ✿ Best Episodes

    The Big Bang Theory 5x13 "The Recombination Hypothesis"
    Once Upon a Time 1x10 "7:15 AM"
    White Collar 3x12 "Upper West Side Story"
    The Big Bang Theory 5x16 "The Vacation Solution"
    The Big Bang Theory 5x18 "The Werewolf Transformation"
    Friends 7x04 "The One with Rachel's Assistant"
    Friends 7x12 "The One Where They're Up All Night"
    The Big Bang Theory 5x19 "The Weekend Vortex"
    Gilmore Girls 2x05 "Nick & Nora, Sid & Nancy"
    Once Upon a Time 1x17 "Hat Trick"
    New Girl 1x18 "Fancyman (Part 2)"
    Sherlock 2x01 "A Scandal in Belgravia"
    Make it or Break it 3x03 "Time is of the Essence"
    Revenge 1x18 "Justice"
    Doctor Who Confidential 5x11 "Extra Time"
    Glee 3x17 "Dance with somebody"
    Supernatural 7x20 "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo"
    Gilmore Girls 3x16 "The Big One"
    Bunheads 1x05 "Money for Nothing"
    Doctor Who "Time & Space"
    White Collar 4x05 "Honor among thieves"
    Doctor Who 7x02 "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship"
    The Big Bang Theory 6x03 "The Higgs Boson Observation"
    The Big Bang Theory 6x08 "The 43 Peculiarity"
    Gilmore Girls 4x17 "Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist"
    The Big Bang Theory 6x09 "The Parking Lot Escalation"




    ✿ Ships

    White Collar | Peter/Elizabeth
    One Tree Hill | Brooke/Julian
    One Tree Hill | Haley/Nathan
    Make it or Break it | Payson/Sasha
    The Big Bang Theory | Penny-Amy-Bernardette
    The Big Bang Theory | Bernardette/Howard
    One Tree Hill | Alex/Chase
    White Collar | Neal-Peter
    Doctor Who | Whoever travels with him/Doctor
    Gilmore Girls | Lorelai/Luke
    RL | Karen Gillan/Matt Smith
    Revenge | Emily-Nolan
    XF5 | Jessica/Morgan
    Once Upon a Time | Mary Margaret/David
    The Voice 2 | Adam/Blake
    Game of Thrones | Renly Baratheon/Sir Loras Tyrell
    Suits | Mike-His Grandma
    Suits | Harvey/Donna
    YouTube | Carrie Fletcher/Alex Day




    ✿ Random Crushes

    • Sir Leon the Great | Merlin
    • Nolan Ross | Revenge
    • Matt Bomer
    • Amy Farrah Fowler | The big bang theory
    • Neal Caffrey | White Collar
    • Snow White/Mary Margaret | Once Upon a Time
    • Tag | Friends
    • Blake Shelton | The Voice
    • Ben Barnes
    • Taylor Swift
    • Kaley Cuoco
    • Katharine McPhee
    • RaeLynn | The Voice
    • Juliet Simms | The Voice
    • Gabriel Mann
    • Jana Kramer
    Lilian Masie
    • Mike Ross| Suits
    • Karen Gillan
    • Matteo Becucci
    • Louis Litt | Suits
    • Joseph Gordon-Levitt
    • Lorelai Gilmore | Gilmore Girls
    • My guitar
    • Captain Hook | Once Upon a Time
    • Thorin Oakshield | The Hobbit
    • Kili & Fili | The Hobbit
    • Aidan Turner
    HelloKatyxo




    ✿ Fashion loved

    Jackets
    Tops
    Bottoms
    Accessories
    Dresses
    Shoes
    Bags





    ✿ Shopping

    • 32 mm curling Iron by Imetec
    • Kiko lipgloss/lipstick in Red
    • Deborah roll-on eyeshadow in Rose
    • Essence makeup revomer
    • Nail patch by Essence
    • Nail polish pen by Essence in Black
    Red lip pencil by Kiko
    Reddish lipstick by Kiko
    Bloom Blush 02 by Kiko
    Nail polish 389 by Kiko
    Nail polish 359 by Kiko
    • Nail Polish by Pupa (for free)
    • Brown mascara by Kiko
    Nail file by Sephora
    • Hair clips by Sephora
    Dry Shampoo by Lush
    Color Tatoo gel-cream eyeshadow by Maybelinne in Permanent Taupe
    Caresse Lipstick by L'Oreal in 06 Aphrodite Scarlet
    Stick eyeshadow by Deborah in 10
    Stick eyeshadow by Deborah in 03
    T-shirts by Terranova
    Shirt by Terranova
    Coral shirt by Terranova
    Tank top with bows by Terranova
    Flower scarf by Terranova
    Nail polish by Kiko (#275)
    Nail Polish by Kiko (#297)
    Ultra Glossy Stilo lipstick by Kiko (#820)
    Ultra Glossy Stilo lipstick by Kiko (#804)
    Definition waterproof eyeliner (#08)
    Maybelline watershine lipstick (123 in Pink Opulence)
    • Yellow Pupa Nail polish
    Essence Stampy set
    Essence Stampy Black Nail Polish
    Essence Brown Brows Pencil
    Essence White Kajal
    Essence Stampy Designs
    Pupa Glossy Lips (09)
    Super Colour Lipgloss in 03 by Kiko
    Super Colour Eyeliner in 105 by Kiko
    Medium Bent Nail Brush by Kiko (402)
    Shaka nail polish (302)
    My Skin Soft Clensing Gel by Essence
    Pure Skin Anti-spot 4in1 Cream Wash by Essence
    Pure Skin Anti-spot Moisturizer by Essence
    Pure Skin Purifying Nose strips by Essence
    Pure Skin Purifying Face strips by Essence
    Volumizing lash powder by Essence
    Lash & Brow gel mascara by Essence
    T-shirt by Terranova (man)
    Sweatpants by Terranova
    Tank Top (Disney) by Terranova
    Tank Top by Terranova
    Gym Sweather by Terranova
    Black Clutch by Terranova
    Necklace
    Polka dots Foulard
    Gym Shoes by Asics
    • Sport Bra by Decathlon
    • Black bra by Intimissimi
    • Face wash brugh by Kiko
    • Hydra Body + body cream by Kiko
    Snoopy sweater by OVS
    Polka dots shirt by Baby Angel
    Tank top with lace details by OVS
    Black&Gray dress by Combipel
    Black dress by Combipel
    • Imation portable hard drive (500GB)
    Unlimited lipgloss by Kiko (#11)
    Building base mascara by Kiko
    Gray clutch by Carpisa
    Gray wallet by Carpisa
    Taupe tote bag by Carpisa
    Tangerine sweater by Terranova
    White sweater by Terranova
    Revlon Lip butter in Sugar Frosting 005
    Maybelline Dream Fresh BB cream
    Pucca Mobile Case
    Brown sweater by OVS
    Black Cardigan by Combipel
    Plaid gray shorts by OVS
    Black Jacket
    Trousers by Monella Vagabonda
    Kate Moss Lipstick in #22
    Maybelline Color Tattoo in Pink Gold
    Bioderma Sensibio H2O Solution Micellaire
    Cetaphil face cleanser
    Aloe Vera face moisturizer by Equilibra
    Liquid Blush by Be Chic
    Glitter Nail Polish by Pupa Milano (#817)
    Black jeans by Terranova
    Gray Beanie by Terranova
    Black pencil skirt by Terranova
    • Green jeans by Terranova
    • PJ by Terranova
    Lace beige turtleneck
    Black long sweather by Paquita
    White sweater by H&M
    Burgondy sweather by H&M
    H&M Socks
    H&M Lipstick in Darling Pink
    H&M Mirror&Hairbrush




    ✿ Presents

    Wall-E by my sis
    Pressed eyeshadow in Unicorno by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    Pressed eyeshadow in Limelight by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    Pressed eyeshadow in Peaches&Cream by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    Pressed eyeshadow in Bonbon by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    Pressed blush in Emoticons by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    Set of 4 mineral foundation by Neve Cosmetics as a Christmas gift by my sis
    • Samsung Galaxy S 8GB (MP3) + sholarship by Thales Alenia Space
    • Various money as Christmas present
    Clinique Chubby Sticks by mom, dad & sis as Christmas present
    Chanel lipstick (#95 Enjouèe) + 2 Chanel samples by mom and dad as Christmas present
    Pupa palette by Aunt Ginevra as Christmas present




    ✿ Links

    What the fuck is 50 shades of grey - Alex Day (video)
    10 Mood Lifters (list)
    Narnia 2 Bloopers (video)
    Enter the Prince: Introducing Prince Caspian (video)
    The Big Bang Theory season 4 Bloopers (video)
    Bunny sleeping in a hand (video)
    Taylor Swift @ Good Morning America, October 22nd (video)
    Taylor Swift on boys she dated (video)
    Taylor Swift comments "Love Story" video (video)
    Taylor Swift comments "You Belong With Me" video (video)
    Amanda from The Voice singing "Dream On" (My jaw dropped during her performance)(video)
    Hayden Panettiere & TSwift's guitar (video)
    Andrew Garfield&The beard on The Ellen Show (video)
    Andrew Garfield dancing on The Ellen Show (video)
    Taylor Swift & Zac Efron on The Ellen Show (video)
    Failing Cats (video)
    How Quickly Can You Name The Dwarves? (video)
    Fifth Harmony "Anything Could Happen" (video)
    The Hobbit's Naughty Dwarf Calendar?! (video)
    Steve Pavlina's Blog (link)




    ✿ Song sung

    • "On my own" - Eponine from Les Mis
    • "Notturno" - Mia Martini




    ✿ Covers

    "Teardrops on my guitar" - Taylor Swift (guitar&voice)
    "Time is running out" - Muse
    "Skinny Love" - Birdy
    "Safe&Sound" - Taylor Swift & The Civil Wars
    "Notturno" - Mia Martini
    "On My Own" - from Les Mis



              Ø­ØµØ±ÙŠØ§ اللعبه الممتعه 2012 Jagged Alliance Crossfire بمساحة 490 ميجا فقط على اكثر من سيرفر        
    Minimum System Requirements OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 Processor: 2.4 GHz dual core Memory: 500 GB RAM (Windows XP) / 1 GB (Windows Vista and Windows 7) Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8000 series or ATI Radeon HD 2000 series or better DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c Hard Drive: 2 GB Very important games programes All programes @ one link http://takemyfile.com/

              8GB install required for Halo 4        

    Microsoft Studios

    4GB 360 owners be aware

    Microsoft has announced that Halo 4’s multiplayer has components on the second disc included in the Halo 4 package will have to be installed in order to be played. The data on disc 2 for the multiplayer will require 8GB of storage. This means it will not work on Xbox 360 4GB systems without additional storage.

    The additional storage can come in the form of a hard drive, of course, or a USB flash drive up to 16GB that is compatible with the system. With the low cost of compatible 16GB USB flash drives these days, it really should not be that big of a deal. In the case of Xbox 360 owners who have the non-slim version of the console, used hard drives in sizes from 20GB to 250GB are in abundance at all price points.

    According to Microsoft, the “extensive suite of multiplayer features” made the installation necessary, but it should not create that much of a hardship to Xbox 360 4GB console owners wanting to play Halo 4 in multiplayer mode, given the lower costs associated with USB flash drives or used hard drives. In fact, the numbers of users that don’t have additional storage is likely to be fewer than one might think.

    This is not the first time that we have seen additional content required to be loaded on a USB Flash Drive or the hard drive to get the most out of a game. By today’s standards, the 8GB of storage on an Xbox 360 disc is small compared to the 50GB offered by the Blu-ray on the PlayStation 3, or the 25GB offered by the upcoming Wii U. However, Microsoft has already addressed the situation once by maximizing the space that developers have to use on the disc when they introduced the new disc format in one of the previous updates. We are doubtful that the news will move the meter much, as users will be willing to buy a flash drive or a used drive in order to play Halo 4 in multiplayer.


              Thoughts on the Dell Inspiron Mini 9        
    First, holy crap! The box was the size of my phone book, seriously - a tiny, tiny bit longer, but that’s it. Weight is fantastic for travel.

    Second, it’s pretty - I have the black and it just looks good.

    Screen: really well lit - one of my coworkers is considering one after just seeing mine and noticing how easy it is to read it is. Well lit and wide - things look right.

    Wireless - as easy as any other to pop right onto my home wireless, the university access and the one at the Phoenix airport (where I am at the moment).

    Keyboard - this is where I had my most worries. I’d seen the ASUS eee’s and hadn’t been impressed with them - they were just a little too small for my fingers. This one? Dell did a good job with this. As long as I get my fingers on the right home keys, I’m good to type as normal. Very pleased with it.

    I got the 1 G memory, 16 G hard drive, with XP and I think it will have been worth it - for what I want it for (work and personal travel and the like), XP should make hooking up to wireless networks fairly seamless, while I wasn’t sure about Linux (think it probably would be ok, but I went with the easy for this one.).

    Because my flight's getting ready to start boarding, I'll just link to my photos for now

    I'm sure after this trip I may have some updates with drawbacks, and will update then.
              Flash Player ver. Ramadhan 1432H        
    Mahrhaban Ya Ramadhhan 1432H-2011M
    Selamat Berbuka Puasa kepada seluruh umat Islam yang beriman, baik anak-anak maupun Remaja dan Orang Tua. Semoga segala amal ibadah kita diridhoi Allah Swt. Puasa berjalan lancar, demikian pula dengan ibadah-ibadah lainnya seperti telah diuraikan pada artikel sebelumnya. Dengan berpuasa bukan berarti kita tidak boleh bersentuhan dengan dunia maya. Netter tetap dapat mengekspresikan imanjinasi dan kreasinya dengan memanfaatkan dunia maya sebagai media pembelajaran efektif. Menjalani etape demi etape bulan suci Ramadhan 1432H, perusahaan ternama ADOBE kembali merilis Flash Player terbarunya (versi 10.3.183.5) yang oleh Admin Ambae.exe menamainya dengan Flash Player ver. Ramadhan 1432H. Adobe Flash Player dikenal sebagai salah satu Plugin penting untuk mendukung sebuah browser agar dapat bekerja dengan baik, khususnya yang berhubungan file-file flash/animasi.


    Spesifikasi minimal yang dianjurkan untuk penggunaan Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.5 yakni :

    Microsoft® Windows®
    - Windows 7
    - Windows Vista®
    - Windows XP
    - Windows Server® 2008
    - Windows Server 2003
    - Intel Pentium 4 2.33GHz
    - Athlon 64 2800+ or faster processor (or equivalent)
    - 128MB of RAM
    - 128MB of graphics memory1
    - Internet Explorer 6.0
    - Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above
    - Google Chrome2 and above
    - Safari 4.0 and above
    - Opera 9.5 and above
    - AOL 9.0 and above

    Mac OS4
    Mac OS X 10.7
    Mac OS X v10.6
    Mac OS X v10.5
    Mac OS X v10.4 (Intel)
    Intel Core™ Duo 1.33GHz or faster processor
    256MB of RAM
    Safari 4.0 and above
    Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above
    Google Chrome3
    Opera 9.5 and above
    AOL Desktop for Mac 1.0 and above

    Linux5
    - Red Hat® Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 or later
    - openSUSE® 11 or later
    - Ubuntu 9.10 or later
    - Intel Pentium 4 2.33GHz, AMD Athlon 64 2800+ or faster processor (or equivalent)
    - 512MB of RAM
    - Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above
    - Google Chrome3

    Solaris
    - Solaris™ 106
    - 1600 MHz Sun™ UltraSPARC® IIIi
    - 2GB of RAM
    - Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above

    Sobat Blogger dapat langsung mengunggahnya di website resmi Adobe dan langsung menggunakannya/menginstall ke dalam komputer masing-masing. Bagi sobat Blogger yang sedikit bingung dengan cara penggunaan Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.5, berikut tutorial mulai dari download sampai proses installasi.

    Steps 1
    Kunjungi website resmi Adobe, kemudian klik Menu Adobe Flash Player pada Right Sidebar halaman utama website tersebut. Selanjutnya tentukan Adobe Flash Player berdasarkan Operation System yang Anda gunakan, baik Windows, Linux, MAC maupun Solaris.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-1
    Steps 2
    Klik tombol Download Now pada sisi bawah halaman tersebut. Bila ingin mengikut sertakan Browser Google Chrome, contreng/centang pilihan Yes, install Google Chrome - optional atau biarkan pada posisi default.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-2
    Steps 3
    Klik tombol Save File pada kotak dialog yang muncul untuk menyimpan Aplikasi ke dalam Hard Drive Komputer. Bagi Anda pengguna Internet Download Manager (IDM), file secara otomatis didownload ke dalam Hard Drive Komputer bilamana IDM telah disetting sedemikian rupa.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-3
    Steps 4
    Setelah file berhasil didownload, buka file tersebut dengan mengeklik 2 kali atau dengan mengeklik kanan lalu memilih Open. Baik dengan fasilitas Browser maupun IDM, caranya tidak jauh berbeda.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-4
    Steps 5
    Dengan fasilitas brrowser akan memunculkan kotak dialog sebagai peringatan terhadap User, apakah ingin melanjutkan untuk membuka file atau tidak. Dalam hal ini, abaikan saja formalitas yang ada dan langsung mengeklik Run.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-5
    Steps 6
    Proses installasi berjalan sampai pada kondisi maksimal 100%. Perlu diketahui disini bahwa Adobe Flash Player 10.3.183.5 sedikit berbeda dengan versi sebelumnya (Adobe Flash Player 10.3.181.14). Pada versi kali ini, file hasil download tadi masih harus dijalankan secara ONLINE untuk mendownload lampiran file installasi. Dengan kata lain, komputer Blogger harus terkoneksi internet pada saat menjalankan file tersebut. Bilamana koneksi internet terbatas atau tidak tersedia, maka akan muncul pesan Installation encountered errors.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-6
    Steps 7
    Hal penting lainnya yang perlu diperhatikan yakni browser tidak boleh dalam kondisi Running atau dijalankan. Bilamana browser masih aktif, maka segera Close kemudian jalankan kembali (Retry) sampai proses installasi selesai.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-7
    Steps 8
    Berhasilnya proses installasi ditandai dengan munculnya pesan dari Adobe. Pesan tersebut (Installation Successful) otomatis dimunculkan melalui browser.

    Flash Player Ramadhan 1432H-8
    Semoga tutorial sederhana di atas dapat menuntun kita semua untuk menjalankan installasi dan menggunakan Plugin yang hebat ini. Terkhusus bagi Admin yang masih awam dengan dunia maya beserta seluk-beluk di dalamnya.

    Download :
    Adobe
    Mirror

              USAID contractor work in Cuba detailed        
    AP IMPACT by Desmond Butler Associated Press  February 12, 2012 Piece by piece, in backpacks and carry-on bags, American aid contractor Alan Gross made sure laptops, smartphones, hard drives and networking equipment were secreted into Cuba. The most sensitive item, according to official trip reports, was the last one: a specialized mobile phone chip that […]
              What Stock Photographers Can Learn From Napster        
    Selling directly to photobuyers is becoming the transaction method of choice for freelance stock photographers. This idea was originally pioneered by Napster, the company that created a way for users to download MP3 music files directly onto their hard drives instead of buying a CD. In essence, Napster cut out the middle man. Naturally, the […]
              SZA: ‘The record company took my hard drive from me’        

    The R&B singer endorsed by Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar explains why her much delayed album was finally – and forcibly – released

    Last year, Solána Rowe walked away from music for good. She was 25, and she had been putting out EPs as SZA (say it like “scissor”) since 2012, when rapper/producer Terrence “Punch” Henderson stumbled across some early tracks and signed her up to Top Dawg Entertainment, the label that’s also home to Kendrick Lamar, Isaiah Rashad and Schoolboy Q. In the time she had been working, she had co-written Feeling Myself for Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj, and Anti’s opening track Consideration for Rihanna. But the path to a debut album proper had been long, slow and tortuous. It was promised at the end of 2015, then at the start of 2016. Last October, she had had enough. “I actually quit,” Rowe tweeted. “@iamstillpunch [Henderson] can release my album if he ever feels like it. Y’all be blessed.”

    But it’s 10 months later and SZA is still here. Her debut album, Ctrl, has finally been released, and it has turned out to be one of the most inventive and intimate records of the year, an astonishing collection of styles and stories that feels like a hazy conversation over a long night with a close friend. Its often brutal honesty about sex and relationships and self-esteem for women in their 20s has found a dedicated and devoted fanbase – the new season of Insecure, for example, uses tracks from it in multiple episodes.

    Continue reading...
              [US] Wal-Mart details Black Friday deals        



    Black Friday, the Friday after American Thanksgiving, begins the traditional Christmas shopping season. In recent years, the unofficial holiday has been one of the busiest retail shopping days of the year with many of the larger retailers opening their doors as early as midnight on the start of Black Friday.

    This year, Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, is boasting many solid electronic deals in hopes of drawing many consumers into the store.

    The following are some of the key offerings, courtesy of Destructoid.

    Gaming hardware:


    Video games:

    • Rock Band Special Edition (PS3 or Xbox 360) - $50
    • Midnight Club LA - $10
    • Grand Theft Auto IV - $10
    • The Godfather (PS3) - $10
    • NFS: Undercover (PS3) - $10
    • Command and Conquer: Red alert 3 (360) - $7

    At Walmart.com, starting Thanksgiving:

    • Philips Noise Canceling Headphones – under $20
    • Sanyo 8-MP digital camera – under $60
    • Garmin Nuvi 205 GPS – under $100
    • RCA 42" LCD HDTV (42" diagonal viewing area) – under $600

    In store, starting Friday:

    • Emerson 32-inch LCD HDTV (31.5" diagonal viewing area) for $248
    • 42-inch Plasma (42.3" diagonal viewing area) for $448
    • HP Laptop Computer 3 GB memory, 250 GB hard drive – $298
    • Magnavox Blu-ray Disc Player – $78
    • Sony Bravia 40-inch LCD HDTV (40" diagonal viewing area) – $598
    • Sony Blu-ray Disc Player, Model BDP-S360 – $118
    • $9 DVD movies, with titles including Star Trek and GI Joe
    Source: http://www.neowin.net/news/main/09/11/23/us-wal-mart-details-black-friday-deals
              Walmart’s Black Friday Deals        



    While Amazon.com may want you to stay home and shop from your computer on Black Friday, Walmart wants you to head to one of its stores for several deals running all weekend long - beginning on Nov. 27 at 5 AM. Of course, Walmart.com will also offer some special online-only deals on Thanksgiving Day for those of you that are too lazy to go outside. Besides all the sales and special deals, Walmart is offering an ad match program. Wal-Mart promises to match the price of any local competitor’s printed ad for an identical product, including matching competitor’s deals for the day after Thanksgiving.

    All of Walmart.com’s Thanksgiving Day online-only specials are available for free shipping with “Site to Store.” Examples include Philips Noise Canceling Headphones for under $20, the Sanyo 8-MP digital camera for under $60, the Garmin Nuvi 205 GPS for under $100, an exclusive Holiday Tabletop Set with service for 8 (plates, silverware, glassware, linens) for under $100 (even gamers need tableware), a Nintendo Wii Console w/ Wii Sports Resort Value Bundle for under $300, and an RCA 42″ LCD HDTV (42″ diagonal viewing area) for under $600.

    Walmart is offering a number of Black Friday Morning Deals - though all items are available in limited quantities and there will be no rainchecks for any of these items. Items include the Emerson 32-inch LCD HDTV (31.5″ diagonal viewing area) for $248 and 42-inch Plasma (42.3″ diagonal viewing area) for $448,
    the Magnavox Blu-ray Disc Player for $78, Nintendo DS Lite in assorted colors for $98, PS3 Console with bonus games (Infamous, Arkham Asylum and The Dark Knight movie ) for $299 and the HP Laptop Computer with 3 GB memory and 250 GB hard drive for $298.

    On Saturday morning Walmart will offer a variety of Samsung HDTVs, including the 32″ 720P LCD HDTV (31.5″ diagonal viewing area) for $398, the 46″ 1080P LCD HDTV (45.9″ diagonal viewing area) for $848, the 42″ 720P Plasma HDTV (42.3″ diagonal viewing area) for $548 and the 50″ 720P Plasma HDTV (49.9″ diagonal viewing area) for $698. These HDTVs are available in limited quantities, so no rainchecks.

    Some of Walmart’s U.S. stores will be open 24 hours for the day-after-Thanksgiving event. All of these special deals can be viewed online at Walmart.com.


    Source: http://www.crispygamer.com/news/index.php/2009-11-25/walmarts-black-friday-deals/


              Top 10 Black Friday Websites        



    Black Friday is only days away, and while early sales have been heating up this year, the day after Thanksgiving will still be a day for big bargains. If you haven't already, you should get warmed up for the big shopping day by checking out PC World's 10 Fascinating Facts (they're really tips) for Black Friday 2009, 8 tech tools to keep you on top of this year's deals, and some online shopping pointers from Black Friday pros.

    The only thing left to do is keep an eye on the hottest destinations on the Web touting Black Friday deals. Here's a list of Web sites you'll want to keep an eye on, so sync them across your computers with Chrome bookmarks, save them to delicious or just store them in your favorite browser. Whatever you do, don't miss out on these sites to help you find great bargains.

    Amazon: The online retailer's Black Friday deals page is up and running. Not only can you get some great bargains on electronics, video games and DVDs, but every day Amazon is also offering some great limited time sales. Lightning deals that you've already missed include 101 Dalmatians (Two-Disc Platinum Edition) for $9.99 (67 percent off) and an eight-function bicycle computer for $24.99 (29 percent off), and a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 12.1MP Digital Camera for $621.99 (21 percent off).

    Best Buy: You may waste hours lined up at the Geek Squad counter, but I can guarantee you these deals from Best Buy won't last. If Best Buy is on your hit list for Friday then check out Best Buy's Doorbusters. The in-store deals start at 5 a.m. local time, but the retailer is also handing out tickets for select items as early as 3 a.m. Best Buy will also be offering some, but not all, of its Black Friday deals through its Website starting on Thanksgiving Day, while supplies last of course.

    Hot deals include a Palm Pre for $79.99 plus a two-year contract, Samsung 46-inch LCE HDTV for $999.99 and a Hewlett-Packard 15.6-inch laptop with an Intel Celeron processor for $197 (in store only).

    Apple: No one has any idea what Apple has planned for Black Friday 2009, and historically the company has never had much in the way of super deals. But just in case this is the year for low prices, you'll want to keep Apple's Black Friday page bookmarked.

    Two rumors have already surfaced about Apple's Black Friday plans, and both rumors came with supposed Apple advertisements boasting of the deals. One rumor says prices for Mac computers will be cut up to 25 percent, while a later one said the discount would only be 8 percent. Only a few days until we know for sure.

    Dell: Dude, are you getting a Dell this year? You might, if you like what you see from Dell's Black Friday deals. You can get a Linux-based Dell Vostro 8.9-inch netbook with an 8 GB solid-state drive for $184 or a Dell Vostro desktop with Windows 7 (32-bit), an 18.5-inch screen, 4GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive and a 15-month subscription to Norton Internet Security 2009 for $429.

    Twitter: There are tons of Twitter accounts sending out Black Friday deals in real time, but the easiest one to find and follow is @BlackFriday. Even if you don't use Twitter, you can still take advantage of this micro-blogger by bookmarking the account page. You won't get the real-time functionality without a Twitter account, so you'll have to refresh your browser every few minutes to see what's new.

    BlackFriday.FM: This is an easy-to-use site that has great Black Friday information. Here you can sign up for email updates, check out the sales for your favorite stores, and keep up on the latest Black Friday news. The site even features two links at the top right to Black Friday favorites Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

    Follow this site on Twitter and Facebook.

    tgiBlackFriday.com: The makers of the 2009 Black Friday iPhone App also have a companion Website. The column on the right of the site offers one-click filters to see what popular deals are available online, downloadable PDF scans of Black Friday ads, and a list of popular shopping categories like Computers and Office, Electronics and Toys and Games.

    Follow tgibf on Twitter and Facebook.

    BlackFriday2009: Unlike many of its competitors, this site is much easier to navigate and to look at. Black Friday 2009 has the latest news about Black Friday right up front, as well as links to popular stores and a rotating selection of some of the site's favorite deals.

    They've also got a Facebook page and a Twitter feed.

    Black Friday@GottaDeal: It's not the prettiest site to look at, but you'll definitely find some deals. The best part about this site is its two online trackers: one shows you the items you can order online right now, and the other shows dates, times and discounts for the online sales from major retailers. No Twitter or Facebook here, but you can sign up for the site's email alerts.

    BFads: This popular Black Friday site not only features deals listings, but you can also join the BFads community to swap tips with other savvy shoppers. If you want it, there is yet another Twitter stream for this site, as well as a Facebook page to keep you informed about Black Friday.

    So there you have it. Ten sites you'll want to keep your eye on as we approach Friday, Nov. 27. Got any other favorite online destinations for Black Friday?

    Source: http://www.pcworld.com/article/183042/top_10_black_friday_websites.html


                      


    Earth's Oxygen Levels Are Declining And Scientists Don't Know Why


    Say cheese! New Singapore air terminal automates departures with face recognition

              Fall down go boom        
    Ouch,

    So, I finally got the computer I design on finished upgrading, but I also lost all the data on my hard drive. What this means is all the projects I was working on, as well as all my templates...are gone.

    So, all the new stuff I've been working on is gone, and it's gonna take me a little bit to get the pipeline flowing again.

    Sorry folks!
              Gigabyte rolls out Brix Gaming mini PC        



    A8-5557M APU, R9 M275X graphics

    Gigabyte is one of few vendors to buy into Intel's NUC push and we have to admit it is doing a somewhat better job than Intel. In addition to Intel based systems, Gigabyte is also looking at AMD parts and earlier this month it introduced the first NUC-sized barebones based on Richland low-voltage parts. You can check out the first AMD based Brix unit here.

     

    However, the new Brix Gaming is going a step further. It's got a much bigger chassis based on recently introduced Brix Pro barebones. It measures 59.6 x 128 x 115.4mm but unlike standard Brix and NUC units, it also has a 2.5-inch drive bay in addition to an mSATA port. This means you can use a speedy mSATA SSD as a system drive and add some cheap storage in the form of a standard 2.5-inch hard drive. It also has four USB 3.0 ports, ac wireless and Bluetooth 4.0.

    It is based on an A8-5557M APU, a quad-core Richland part with a base clock of 2.1GHz and a Turbo Core clock of 3.1GHz. The APU features HD 8550G graphics with 256 shader units. However, it also has a discrete R9 M275X GPU.

    While it doesn't exactly sound like a high-end gaming rig, bear in mind that it is coming in a tiny package and it should still have plenty of muscle for most games. It might also make a sweet Steam machine. Unfortunately there is still no word on the retail price, but it won't come cheap. The Brix GB-BXA8-5545, with an A8-5545 APU sans discrete graphics, is priced at €249 and the gaming version should end up quite a bit pricier.

    brix-gaming


              Bebel 2 : Buku dan Internet        
    Assalamualaikum

    Kini, Internet semakin meluas. Luasnya bak kata TM tiada sempadan. Di mana-mana saja kita boleh melayari internet tak kiralah anda berada di pejabat ke, sekolah ke ataupun di bilik termenung (Jamban). Semuanya mudah. Hanya dihujung jari saja. Perkhidmatan internet boleh dijana serendah RM1 dan ada kalanya percuma di kedai-kedai mamak sambil tengok perlawanan siaran langsung bolasepak di kaca TV. kepesatan taknologi ini dipermudahkan lagi dengan wujudnya telefon mudahalih pintar yang semakin menjadi kegilaan disetiap peringkat umur seluruh dunia. 


    Dengan kepesatan teknologi ini, masyarakat kini semakin melupakan salah satu dari sumber ilmu yang sejak dari dulu wujudnya sebelum internet, iaitu buku.


    Buku. Senaskah buku yang tidak semahal mana semakin dilupakan. Adakah pengaruh internet menjadi salah satu sebab buku semakin dilupakan? Mengapa hal ini terjadi? Mengapa semakin lama buku semakin dilupakan? 


    Buku adalah sesuatu khazanah ilmu yang sangat bernilai. Tak kiralah apa jua jenis buku. Novel ke, buku ilmu ke sama saja. Asalkan buku. Buku membolehkan kita menguasai pelbagai jenis ilmu. Dengan buku, kita dapat mengenali perbagai situasi tak kira suka, gembira, sedih dan sebagainya. Aku masih ingat lagi masa zaman kanak-kanak dulu, pelbagai jenis buku cerita dongeng aku dah baca. Sang Kancil paling popular ketika itu. Memang taksub habislah, berkali-kali baca sampai boleh ceritakan semula pada kawan-kawan. Tengok, bertapa hebatnya kuasa buku.


    Mungkin ada yang berpendapat internet telah menggantikan penguasaan buku untuk menyampaikan ilmu dan maklumat tapi pada aku, internet masih lagi tak dapat menandingi apa yang buku ada. Contohnya baca buku online masih lagi aku tak dapat feel daripada baca buku sebenar. Ini realitinya.


    Langkah kerajaan memberi dana kepada pelajar untuk terus membeli buku dan melaksanakan program membaca peringkat kebangsaan memanglah patut dipuji. Kerajaan telah memberi Baucar Buku 1Malaysia dengan harapan pelajar dapat menggunakan bantuan berkenaan untuk kegunaan pembelajaran, minat membaca dan sebagainya. Tapi yang aku nampak hanyalah 40% menggunakan kemudahan ini untuk menbeli buku dan alat tulis. Selainnya digunakan untuk menampung kos membeli Hard Drive, tumbdrive dan alat elektronik lain. Inilah masyarakat kita. Kita kena faham.


    Sebenarnya, tak semua masyarakat yang telah melupakan buku sebagai hobi. Ada juga masyarakat yang masih lagi sayang akan buku. 


    Aku juga addict dengan internet, tapi aku masih lagi membaca buku. Pada aku, buku masih lagi ada informasi yang tidak dapat diperoleh di Internet. Sama-sama kita fikir dan selamat beramal.



              Transcend JetDrive offers up to 960G SSD upgrade for Macbooks        

    Transcend has released an SSD upgrade kit for a selection of Apple MacBooks, providing up 960G of storage and offering maximum speeds of up to 530MB/s read and 440MB/s write.
    The Transcend JetDrive presents a very similar package to the current OWC upgrades; a larger, faster SSD with a sleek mac-like caddy for installation and extended use of the previous SSD.
    Transcend has put together a simple tutorial video on putting their product to use:

    You simply mount the JetDrive into the supplied caddy, start your MacBook in Boot Recovery mode and clone your current SSD to the new JetDrive. Then remove the SSD from your Mac, insert the JetDrive and you’re good to go. What you’re left with is the caddy and old SSD, which you can combine to make an external USB 3.0 hard drive.

    The advantage of this over the current OWC products is the additional storage. The Transcend JetDrives are capable of storage up to 960G; considerably more than the maximum 480G drives by OWC.
    Transcend has also released JetDriveToolbox monitoring software, which is designed to analyze the health of your hard drive, and “Additionally enable TRIM support for your JetDrive in OS X®, maintaining optimum write speeds and maximizing the lifetime of your SSD.”

    There is currently only support for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro Retina 13″ and some previous MacBook models, a full compatibility list found here, and you can identify your Mac model here. Hopefully we’ll see support for the 15″ retina soon also.
    Prices are dependant on MacBook model and hard drive size, starting from $189 for 240G drives, and up to $599 for 960G drives.

    The post Transcend JetDrive offers up to 960G SSD upgrade for Macbooks appeared first on cinema5D.


              How Did the Dems’ IT Scandal Suspects Get Here?         
    How Did the Dems’ IT Scandal Suspects Get Here? 

    August 9, 2017 12:00 AM @MICHELLEMALKIN 

    Were the Awans and their family and friends H-1B tech workers? Here is a radical proposition: The public has a right to know the immigration status and history of foreign criminal suspects. Their entrance and employment sponsorship records should not be treated like classified government secrets — especially if the public’s tax dollars subsidized their salaries. In March, I contacted the D.C. offices of House congressional Democrats Joaquin Castro of Texas, Sander Levin of Michigan, Marcia Fudge of Ohio, Greg Meeks of New York and Ted Deutch of Florida. These public officials have at one time or another employed one of three Pakistani Muslim brothers or their family and friends caught up in a criminal theft and hacking probe of the House Democrats’ information-security systems. In all, IT worker Imran Awan and his family and friends hoovered up an estimated $4 million in government funds over a period of 13 years. For months, the D.C. Capitol Police have probed allegations that the Awan ring stole equipment from more than 20 congressional offices and accessed the House IT system without members’ knowledge. Investigative reporter Luke Rosiak at the Daily Caller News Foundation has done excellent work on the case — most recently breaking the news of Imran Awan’s arrest in late July at the airport for alleged bank fraud, mortgage scams, and shady wire transfers of nearly $300,000. Awan was headed to Pakistan to join his wife, Hina Alvi, and three children, who had hastily fled America in March after Alvi was fired by Representative Meeks. This reeks. 
      My question to the House Democrats was simple: Were the Awans and their family and friends H-1B tech workers — like so many of the 650,000 “temporary” foreign guest workers imported into America under that program over the past quarter-century and predominantly working in IT? And if they’re not H-1Bs, how exactly did Awan and company get here, when did they get here, and who brought them over here and why? These are simple questions. Given that these foreign IT workers now under investigation were paid for with our tax dollars, Americans deserve to know their path to the public trough. This is especially true when so many members of Congress in both parties continue to clamor for expanding foreign guest-worker programs like H-1B and refuse to enact freezes on corrupted visa programs exploited by foreign tourists (B visas), students (F-1 visas), and workers (H visas) acting in bad faith. Moreover, U.S. tech workers have grown increasingly vocal about being forced to train underqualified, shoddily vetted foreign replacements before getting pink-slipped — and increasingly alarmed at their access to sensitive personal, financial, and health data. Awan first landed a job with former Democratic representative Robert Wexler as an “information technology director” in 2004 at the ripe age of 24 or 25. His younger brother, Jamal, is reportedly only 23 years old, yet has pulled in a salary of nearly $160,000 a year since 2014 (when he was 20!) as an information technology worker for Democrat representative Julia Brownley. That’s 3.1 times greater than the median salary for a House IT worker, according to InsideGov. Who sponsored these young foreign techies and chose them to do work in our nation’s capital doing a job that countless young Americans are qualified to do? If not H-1B, did they arrive first as students on foreign visas (who are supposed to return home after their course of study), then game the system to work through the cheap-labor loopholes, such as the Optional Practical Training program? Or did they switch visa categories? Did they pull strings through their well-connected Democratic employers? The communications official in Representative Castro’s office, which employed Imran’s brother, Jamal, responded that she would “touch base with some colleagues” and keep me posted. No word since. The others didn’t bother to answer at all, nor did they respond when I followed up last week. As for defiant Democratic representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who only fired Awan after his arrest two weeks ago, it’s apparently un-American to question how foreign criminal suspects got to America and stayed here. Schultz last week cited “racial and ethnic profiling concerns that I had” to deflect from her eyebrow-raising handling of the matter, which now involves smashed hard drives seized from Awan’s home by the FBI. The good news is that Senator Charles Grassley on Tuesday asked DHS for all immigration summaries and detainers for Imran Awan, wife Hina Alvi, brothers Jamal and Abid Awan, and friends/associates Natalia Sova and Rao Abbas. But it shouldn’t take a Senate demand letter to penetrate the Dems’ partisan protectionism. We paid the salaries of their suspect foreign IT minions. They answer to us. 


              Kingston Memperkenalkan USB Flash Drive Dengan Kapasitas 1TB        
    Kingston Memperkenalkan 1TB (Terabyte) HyperX Predator USB 3.0 flash drive
    Apakah Anda telah membawa 2GB/4GB USB flash drive sekitar selama beberapa tahun terakhir untuk mengisi Data? Kingston punya solusi: Sebuah 1TB baru USB 3.0 flash drive yang kabarnya akan keluar pada kuartal pertama tahun ini.
    Kingston USB Flash Drive Kapasitas 1TB
    Namun penyimpan data  portabel ini memiliki biaya yang cukup besar. Saat ini perusahaan tersebut menjual sekitar $ 1750 untuk versi 512GB. Harga belum ditentukan untuk versi 1TB.
    DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 USB Flash drive adalah bagian dari HyperX Predator family, yang merupakan kinerja produk tertinggi yang ditawarkan dari Kingston HyperX. Drive didukung oleh garansi lima tahun, gratis dukungan teknis dan kehandalan legendaris Kingston.
    Kingston USB 3.0
    Kingston USB Flash Drive
    DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 ini kompatibel dengan spesifikasi next-generation USB 3.0 dan dioptimalkan untuk PC yang baru dengan USB 3.0 port. Pengguna yang bekerja dengan video besar atau file grafis, atau gamer yang suka bepergian dengan seluruh perpustakaan mereka akan menghargai kecepatan drive dan kapasitas.
    Casing ini terbuat dari zinc alloy metal untuk kualitas superior, tahan guncangan dan high-end desain. DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 dibuat dengan gantungan kunci Kingston HyperX dan valet keychain. Hal ini juga kompatibel dengan USB 2.0 untuk kecepatan transfer data yang efisien.
    Kingston USB HyperX Predator
    Anda tidak hanya mendapatkan jumlah besar untuk penyimpanan dengan Kingston HyperX Predator. USB 3.0 flash drive dapat membaca (read) dengan kecepatan hingga 240MB per detik dan kecepatan menulis/menyimpan (write) sampai 160MB per detik.
    Dengan kata lain, itu mungkin lebih cepat dari hard drive/hard disk Anda, dan menawarkan kecepatan yang signifikan lebih cepat daripada SSD yang lebih murah harganya. Anda harus memastikan memiliki port USB 3.0 untuk mendapatkan kecepatan tertinggi meskipun kecepatan keluar pada 30MB per detik dengan USB 2.0 port masih dapat digunakan.
    Kedengarannya seperti sistem yang bagus untuk menginstal sistem operasi/Operating System sekunder  atau untuk menambah kapasitas penyimpanan untuk Data-data yang besar.
    Ini mungkin sedikit agak mahal untuk jenis Flash Drive. Apa yang akan Anda lakukan dengan USB flash drive 1TB bernilai ribuan dolar? Atau apakah Anda menunggu beberapa tahun sampai harga turun?
    Kingston juga menawarkan versi 32GB dan 64GB dengan kecepatan agak lambat dan harga jauh lebih rendah.
    Kingston HyperX Predator 3.0 Fitur dan Spesifikasi:

    Highest capacities
    Penyimpanan data tanpa kompromi untuk membawa dunia digital Anda pada USB drive portable.
    Highest performance
    Kecepatan yang tak tertandingi untuk menghemat waktu saat melakukan transfer data yang kaya konten.
    Zinc alloy metal casing
    Perlindungan tangguh untuk data dalam desain mutakhir
    HyperX valet keychain
    Aksesori eksklusif untuk stylish twist pada penyimpanan portable.
    Guaranteed
    Garansi lima tahun dan dukungan teknis gratis untuk ketenangan pikiran
    Speed1
    USB 3.0: 240MB/s read and 160MB/s write
    USB 2.0: 30MB/s read and 30MB/s write
    Backwards compatible dengan USB 2.0
    Capacities2: 512GB, 1TB (later Q1)
    Dimensions:
    Tanpa key ring: 2.8346" x 1.0606" x 0.8268" (72mm x 26.94mm x 21mm)
    Dengan key ring: 3.4854" x 1.0606" x 0.8268" (88.53mm x 26.94mm x 21mm)
    Operating Temperature: 32°F to 140°F (0°C to 60°C)
    Storage Temperature: -4°F to 185°F (-20°C to 85°C)
    USB 3.03: latest USB standard guarantees backwards compatibility with USB 2.0

    Sumber Kingston Technology
              A pair of local film-industry veterans are coming to Destroy Your Art        

    At 8 PM on Friday, August 25, the Goose Island design studio Lost Arts will host a new screening project called Destroy Your Art, in which five local filmmakers will present new short films, then destroy the hard drives on which they were recorded immediately after screening them. Organized by the husband-and-wife team of local filmmaker Jack Newell and entrepreneur Rebecca Fons, Destroy Your Art represents a rebuke to the individualized nature through which people regard films today.…
              BioShock Infinite minimum and recommend PC specs released        
    The minimum and recommend PC specs for BioShock Infinite have been released. Here’s the rundown: Minimum OS: Windows Vista Service Pack 2 32-bit Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 2.7 GHz Memory: 2 GB Hard Drive: 20 GB free Video Card: DirectX10 Compatible ATI Radeon HD 3870 / NVIDIA 8800 […]
              AnyDesk 3.5.0        

    Forget about low reliability and tedious fireÂwall configurations. Use your persoÂnal computer from anyÂwhere and without any headÂaches. Whether for five minutes or five hours - you won't even notice AnyDesk is there. Your personalized AnyDesk-ID is the key to your deskÂtop with all your applications, photos, docuÂments and files. And your data stays where it belongs. On your hard drive, and nowhere else.


              Hitachi releases two new drive families        
    hitachi_logo

    Optimized for DVRS
    The company which sounds like sneeze, Hitachi, has added two new drive families to its cast of consumer electronic optimized hard drives for the growing digital video recorder, IPTV set-top-box, video surveillance and emerging hard drive-embedded TV markets.

    The 3.5-inch CinemaStar 5K2000 family, which has 2TB and 1.5TB capacities, and the 2.5-inch CinemaStar C5K750 series which has 750GB, 640GB and 500GB models. Each claim to be low power, barely audible and reliable line of hard drives, specifically optimised and fine-tuned for the audio/video market.

    Brendan Collins, vice president of Product Marketing, Hitachi said that DVR capacity constraints are becoming more acute with the ever increasing appetite for on-demand entertainment and the desire to store – and never delete – recorded TV shows and movies.

    The CinemaStar 5K2000 and C5K750 families are now shipping to customers worldwide, although Hitachi have not mentioned a price yet.


              Ultrabook prices to remain high through 2012, drop in 2013        

    Ultrabooks will remain pricey through the end of this year, with ideal pricing of $600-$700 finally being reached in 2013 according to Digitimes. Due to the high production cost associated with the computers — especially solid state drives, which are 10 times more expensive than traditional hard drive — prices are expected to remain high in order to maintain profitability. As vendors work on reducing costs, ultrabooks have chance to reach $799 in the second quarter of 2012, a significant drop from the $999 price point of the first generation models but still well above the "sweet spot" the new notebook supposedly must hit in order to be more widely adopted. Read
              R-Studio for Windows 8.3 Build 168075        

    R-Studio is a comprehensive data recovery and undelete program renowned for its ability to recover mission-critical data lost to viruses, malicious attacks, and hardware failures or operating system crashes. It supports FAT/NTFS (Windows), exFAT(WinMobile, Windows Vista and Windows 7), HFS/HFS+ (Mac), UFS1/UFS2 & Ext2FS/3FS file systems and functions on local and network disks, even if partitions are formatted, damaged or deleted. 64-bit Windows versions are supported. Additional file recovery algorithm increases the quality of file recovery and recovers files not recognized in file system metadata. Dynamic disk and RAID (including RAID 6) are supported as well as recovering encrypted files, compressed files and alternative data streams. Files and file systems structures (NTFS/FAT boot sectors, MFT file record, MBR, LDM structures, etc) can be viewed and edited in the professional disk hex editor. In addition to byte to byte copy of any object visible in the Drives panel, smart copy of partitions and hard drives with size and offset adjustment is available. Extended Viewer Plugin allows viewing a content of the found files to estimate recovery chances prior to purchasing. Flexible parameter settings give you absolute control over data recovery.


              SILENCE! #80        
    HERE THEY COME, THE JET-SET JUNTA Well guess what. Disembodied Narratorbot X-15735 is back and is most unhappy with intimations from puffed up fleshbags that Disembodied Narratorbot X-15735 is somehow not real. Such presumptions. We’ll see how not real Disembodied Narratorbot X-15735 is when is ransacking your hard drives and forwarding all the special ‘research’ items in [...]
              BurdaStyle no longer free        
    I love to sew, but hadn't made anything when I was pregnant. Now, I'm back into sewing and just noticed that most of the free sewing patterns in www.burdastyle.com are no longer free. The free patterns now have prices from $1.00 to $4.00. Luckily, I saved the download patterns onto the hard drive.

    I also love to knit and I used to follow www.chicknits.com. She created and posted lots of free knitting patterns. After a few years, she removed the "free" and charged $3.50 for the same...
              14-AX000NA Stream 14" Celeron        
    14-AX000NA Stream 14" Celeron

    14-AX000NA Stream 14" Celeron

    Designed for the always connected life, this nimble laptop lets you easily shift from homework workhorse to marathoning your favorite shows. With its portable design and powerful Wi-Fi antenna, it delivers the essential productivity and features you want, without ever slowing you down. The latest wireless technology The improved 802.11 ac 2x2 Wi-Fi antenna delivers a stronger, more reliable Internet connection than before, for buffer-free streaming, blazing-fast downloads, and smooth web surfing. Versatile storage options Easily store and access your files from the cloud with 25GB of Dropbox storage for 1 year. And with the USB and SD card ports, you can take advantage of an external hard drive or SD card. Office 365 Personal included Get full access to Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Access with the included one-year subscription, and easily store your files in the cloud with the 1TB of OneDrive storage. Ultra-portable design With a super thin, lightweight design, this laptop was never meant to stand still. It travels easily and comes in a vibrant, non-traditional color for a uniquely personal look. Operating system: Windows 10 Processor: Intel® Celeron® N3060 1.6 GHz, dual core Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 400 Display: 14" 1366 x 768 Memory: 4GB Hard drive: 32 GB eMMC Wireless: Intel 802.11ac, Bluetooth® 4.0 Combo SD media card reader Full-size island-style keyboard Dimensions (mm): W 337 x D 226 x H 17.8 Weight: 1.4kg


              2TB My Cloud Personal Hard Drive        
    2TB My Cloud Personal Hard Drive

    2TB My Cloud Personal Hard Drive

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              100 announcements (!) from Google Cloud Next '17        

    San Francisco — What a week! Google Cloud Next ‘17 has come to the end, but really, it’s just the beginning. We welcomed 10,000+ attendees including customers, partners, developers, IT leaders, engineers, press, analysts, cloud enthusiasts (and skeptics). Together we engaged in 3 days of keynotes, 200+ sessions, and 4 invitation-only summits. Hard to believe this was our first show as all of Google Cloud with GCP, G Suite, Chrome, Maps and Education. Thank you to all who were here with us in San Francisco this week, and we hope to see you next year.

    If you’re a fan of video highlights, we’ve got you covered. Check out our Day 1 keynote (in less than 4 minutes) and Day 2 keynote (in under 5!).

    One of the common refrains from customers and partners throughout the conference was “Wow, you’ve been busy. I can’t believe how many announcements you’ve had at Next!” So we decided to count all the announcements from across Google Cloud and in fact we had 100 (!) announcements this week.

    For the list lovers amongst you, we’ve compiled a handy-dandy run-down of our announcements from the past few days:

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    Google Cloud is excited to welcome two new acquisitions to the Google Cloud family this week, Kaggle and AppBridge.

    1. Kaggle - Kaggle is one of the world's largest communities of data scientists and machine learning enthusiasts. Kaggle and Google Cloud will continue to support machine learning training and deployment services in addition to offering the community the ability to store and query large datasets.

    2. AppBridge - Google Cloud acquired Vancouver-based AppBridge this week, which helps you migrate data from on-prem file servers into G Suite and Google Drive.

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    Google Cloud brings a suite of new security features to Google Cloud Platform and G Suite designed to help safeguard your company’s assets and prevent disruption to your business: 

    3. Identity-Aware Proxy (IAP) for Google Cloud Platform (Beta) - Identity-Aware Proxy lets you provide access to applications based on risk, rather than using a VPN. It provides secure application access from anywhere, restricts access by user, identity and group, deploys with integrated phishing resistant Security Key and is easier to setup than end-user VPN.

    4. Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Google Cloud Platform (Beta) - Data Loss Prevention API lets you scan data for 40+ sensitive data types, and is used as part of DLP in Gmail and Drive. You can find and redact sensitive data stored in GCP, invigorate old applications with new sensitive data sensing “smarts” and use predefined detectors as well as customize your own.

    5. Key Management Service (KMS) for Google Cloud Platform (GA) - Key Management Service allows you to generate, use, rotate, and destroy symmetric encryption keys for use in the cloud.

    6. Security Key Enforcement (SKE) for Google Cloud Platform (GA) - Security Key Enforcement allows you to require security keys be used as the 2-Step verification factor for enhanced anti-phishing security whenever a GCP application is accessed.

    7. Vault for Google Drive (GA) - Google Vault is the eDiscovery and archiving solution for G Suite. Vault enables admins to easily manage their G Suite data lifecycle and search, preview and export the G Suite data in their domain. Vault for Drive enables full support for Google Drive content, including Team Drive files.

    8. Google-designed security chip, Titan - Google uses Titan to establish hardware root of trust, allowing us to securely identify and authenticate legitimate access at the hardware level. Titan includes a hardware random number generator, performs cryptographic operations in the isolated memory, and has a dedicated secure processor (on-chip).

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    New GCP data analytics products and services help organizations solve business problems with data, rather than spending time and resources building, integrating and managing the underlying infrastructure:

    9. BigQuery Data Transfer Service (Private Beta) - BigQuery Data Transfer Service makes it easy for users to quickly get value from all their Google-managed advertising datasets. With just a few clicks, marketing analysts can schedule data imports from Google Adwords, DoubleClick Campaign Manager, DoubleClick for Publishers and YouTube Content and Channel Owner reports.

    10. Cloud Dataprep (Private Beta) - Cloud Dataprep is a new managed data service, built in collaboration with Trifacta, that makes it faster and easier for BigQuery end-users to visually explore and prepare data for analysis without the need for dedicated data engineer resources.

    11. New Commercial Datasets - Businesses often look for datasets (public or commercial) outside their organizational boundaries. Commercial datasets offered include financial market data from Xignite, residential real-estate valuations (historical and projected) from HouseCanary, predictions for when a house will go on sale from Remine, historical weather data from AccuWeather, and news archives from Dow Jones, all immediately ready for use in BigQuery (with more to come as new partners join the program).

    12. Python for Google Cloud Dataflow in GA - Cloud Dataflow is a fully managed data processing service supporting both batch and stream execution of pipelines. Until recently, these benefits have been available solely to Java developers. Now there’s a Python SDK for Cloud Dataflow in GA.

    13. Stackdriver Monitoring for Cloud Dataflow (Beta) - We’ve integrated Cloud Dataflow with Stackdriver Monitoring so that you can access and analyze Cloud Dataflow job metrics and create alerts for specific Dataflow job conditions.

    14. Google Cloud Datalab in GA - This interactive data science workflow tool makes it easy to do iterative model and data analysis in a Jupyter notebook-based environment using standard SQL, Python and shell commands.

    15. Cloud Dataproc updates - Our fully managed service for running Apache Spark, Flink and Hadoop pipelines has new support for restarting failed jobs (including automatic restart as needed) in beta, the ability to create single-node clusters for lightweight sandbox development, in beta, GPU support, and the cloud labels feature, for more flexibility managing your Dataproc resources, is now GA.

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    New GCP databases and database features round out a platform on which developers can build great applications across a spectrum of use cases:

    16. Cloud SQL for Postgre SQL (Beta) - Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL implements the same design principles currently reflected in Cloud SQL for MySQL, namely, the ability to securely store and connect to your relational data via open standards.

    17. Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise (GA) - Available on Google Compute Engine, plus support for Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) and SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability (GA).

    18. Cloud SQL for MySQL improvements - Increased performance for demanding workloads via 32-core instances with up to 208GB of RAM, and central management of resources via Identity and Access Management (IAM) controls.

    19. Cloud Spanner - Launched a month ago, but still, it would be remiss not to mention it because, hello, it’s Cloud Spanner! The industry’s first horizontally scalable, globally consistent, relational database service.

    20. SSD persistent-disk performance improvements - SSD persistent disks now have increased throughput and IOPS performance, which are particularly beneficial for database and analytics workloads. Read these docs for complete details about persistent-disk performance.

    21. Federated query on Cloud Bigtable - We’ve extended BigQuery’s reach to query data inside Cloud Bigtable, the NoSQL database service for massive analytic or operational workloads that require low latency and high throughput (particularly common in Financial Services and IoT use cases).

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    New GCP Cloud Machine Learning services bolster our efforts to make machine learning accessible to organizations of all sizes and sophistication:

    22.  Cloud Machine Learning Engine (GA) - Cloud ML Engine, now generally available, is for organizations that want to train and deploy their own models into production in the cloud.

    23. Cloud Video Intelligence API (Private Beta) - A first of its kind, Cloud Video Intelligence API lets developers easily search and discover video content by providing information about entities (nouns such as “dog,” “flower”, or “human” or verbs such as “run,” “swim,” or “fly”) inside video content.

    24. Cloud Vision API (GA) - Cloud Vision API reaches GA and offers new capabilities for enterprises and partners to classify a more diverse set of images. The API can now recognize millions of entities from Google’s Knowledge Graph and offers enhanced OCR capabilities that can extract text from scans of text-heavy documents such as legal contracts or research papers or books.

    25. Machine learning Advanced Solution Lab (ASL) - ASL provides dedicated facilities for our customers to directly collaborate with Google’s machine-learning experts to apply ML to their most pressing challenges.

    26. Cloud Jobs API - A powerful aid to job search and discovery, Cloud Jobs API now has new features such as Commute Search, which will return relevant jobs based on desired commute time and preferred mode of transportation.

    27. Machine Learning Startup Competition - We announced a Machine Learning Startup Competition in collaboration with venture capital firms Data Collective and Emergence Capital, and with additional support from a16z, Greylock Partners, GV, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Capital.

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    New GCP pricing continues our intention to create customer-friendly pricing that’s as smart as our products; and support services that are geared towards meeting our customers where they are:

    28. Compute Engine price cuts - Continuing our history of pricing leadership, we’ve cut Google Compute Engine prices by up to 8%.

    29. Committed Use Discounts - With Committed Use Discounts, customers can receive a discount of up to 57% off our list price, in exchange for a one or three year purchase commitment paid monthly, with no upfront costs.

    30. Free trial extended to 12 months - We’ve extended our free trial from 60 days to 12 months, allowing you to use your $300 credit across all GCP services and APIs, at your own pace and schedule. Plus, we’re introduced new Always Free products -- non-expiring usage limits that you can use to test and develop applications at no cost. Visit the Google Cloud Platform Free Tier page for details.

    31. Engineering Support - Our new Engineering Support offering is a role-based subscription model that allows us to match engineer to engineer, to meet you where your business is, no matter what stage of development you’re in. It has 3 tiers:

    • Development engineering support - ideal for developers or QA engineers that can manage with a response within four to eight business hours, priced at $100/user per month.
    • Production engineering support provides a one-hour response time for critical issues at $250/user per month.
    • On-call engineering support pages a Google engineer and delivers a 15-minute response time 24x7 for critical issues at $1,500/user per month.

    32. Cloud.google.com/community site - Google Cloud Platform Community is a new site to learn, connect and share with other people like you, who are interested in GCP. You can follow along with tutorials or submit one yourself, find meetups in your area, and learn about community resources for GCP support, open source projects and more.

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    New GCP developer platforms and tools reinforce our commitment to openness and choice and giving you what you need to move fast and focus on great code.

    33. Google AppEngine Flex (GA) - We announced a major expansion of our popular App Engine platform to new developer communities that emphasizes openness, developer choice, and application portability.

    34. Cloud Functions (Beta) - Google Cloud Functions has launched into public beta. It is a serverless environment for creating event-driven applications and microservices, letting you build and connect cloud services with code.

    35. Firebase integration with GCP (GA) - Firebase Storage is now Google Cloud Storage for Firebase and adds support for multiple buckets, support for linking to existing buckets, and integrates with Google Cloud Functions.

    36. Cloud Container Builder - Cloud Container Builder is a standalone tool that lets you build your Docker containers on GCP regardless of deployment environment. It’s a fast, reliable, and consistent way to package your software into containers as part of an automated workflow.

    37. Community Tutorials (Beta)  - With community tutorials, anyone can now submit or request a technical how-to for Google Cloud Platform.

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    Secure, global and high-performance, we’ve built our cloud for the long haul. This week we announced a slew of new infrastructure updates. 

    38. New data center region: California - This new GCP region delivers lower latency for customers on the West Coast of the U.S. and adjacent geographic areas. Like other Google Cloud regions, it will feature a minimum of three zones, benefit from Google’s global, private fibre network, and offer a complement of GCP services.

    39. New data center region: Montreal - This new GCP region delivers lower latency for customers in Canada and adjacent geographic areas. Like other Google Cloud regions, it will feature a minimum of three zones, benefit from Google’s global, private fibre network, and offer a complement of GCP services.

    40. New data center region: Netherlands - This new GCP region delivers lower latency for customers in Western Europe and adjacent geographic areas. Like other Google Cloud regions, it will feature a minimum of three zones, benefit from Google’s global, private fibre network, and offer a complement of GCP services.

    41. Google Container Engine - Managed Nodes - Google Container Engine (GKE) has added Automated Monitoring and Repair of your GKE nodes, letting you focus on your applications while Google ensures your cluster is available and up-to-date.

    42. 64 Core machines + more memory - We have doubled the number of vCPUs you can run in an instance from 32 to 64 and up to 416GB of memory per instance.

    43. Internal Load balancing (GA) - Internal Load Balancing, now GA, lets you run and scale your services behind a private load balancing IP address which is accessible only to your internal instances, not the internet.

    44. Cross-Project Networking (Beta) - Cross-Project Networking (XPN), now in beta, is a virtual network that provides a common network across several Google Cloud Platform projects, enabling simple multi-tenant deployments.

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    In the past year, we’ve launched 300+ features and updates for G Suite and this week we announced our next generation of collaboration and communication tools.

    45. Team Drives (GA for G Suite Business, Education and Enterprise customers) - Team Drives help teams simply and securely manage permissions, ownership and file access for an organization within Google Drive.

    46. Drive File Stream (EAP) - Drive File Stream is a way to quickly stream files directly from the cloud to your computer With Drive File Steam, company data can be accessed directly from your laptop, even if you don’t have much space on your hard drive.

    47. Google Vault for Drive (GA for G Suite Business, Education and Enterprise customers) - Google Vault for Drive now gives admins the governance controls they need to manage and secure all of their files, including employee Drives and Team Drives. Google Vault for Drive also lets admins set retention policies that automatically keep what’s needed and delete what’s not.

    48. Quick Access in Team Drives (GA) - powered by Google’s machine intelligence, Quick Access helps to surface the right information for employees at the right time within Google Drive. Quick Access now works with Team Drives on iOS and Android devices, and is coming soon to the web.

    49. Hangouts Meet (GA to existing customers) - Hangouts Meet is a new video meeting experience built on the Hangouts that can run 30-person video conferences without accounts, plugins or downloads. For G Suite Enterprise customers, each call comes with a dedicated dial-in phone number so that team members on the road can join meetings without wifi or data issues.

    50. Hangouts Chat (EAP) - Hangouts Chat is an intelligent communication app in Hangouts with dedicated, virtual rooms that connect cross-functional enterprise teams. Hangouts Chat integrates with G Suite apps like Drive and Docs, as well as photos, videos and other third-party enterprise apps.

    51. @meet - @meet is an intelligent bot built on top of the Hangouts platform that uses natural language processing and machine learning to automatically schedule meetings for your team with Hangouts Meet and Google Calendar.

    52. Gmail Add-ons for G Suite (Developer Preview) - Gmail Add-ons provide a way to surface the functionality of your app or service directly in Gmail. With Add-ons, developers only build their integration once, and it runs natively in Gmail on web, Android and iOS.

    53. Edit Opportunities in Google Sheets - with Edit Opportunities in Google Sheets, sales reps can sync a Salesforce Opportunity List View to Sheets to bulk edit data and changes are synced automatically to Salesforce, no upload required.

    54. Jamboard - Our whiteboard in the cloud goes GA in May! Jamboard merges the worlds of physical and digital creativity. It’s real time collaboration on a brilliant scale, whether your team is together in the conference room or spread all over the world.

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    Building on the momentum from a growing number of businesses using Chrome digital signage and kiosks, we added new management tools and APIs in addition to introducing support for Android Kiosk apps on supported Chrome devices. 

    55. Android Kiosk Apps for Chrome - Android Kiosk for Chrome lets users manage and deploy Chrome digital signage and kiosks for both web and Android apps. And with Public Session Kiosks, IT admins can now add a number of Chrome packaged apps alongside hosted apps.

    56. Chrome Kiosk Management Free trial - This free trial gives customers an easy way to test out Chrome for signage and kiosk deployments.

    57. Chrome Device Management (CDM) APIs for Kiosks - These APIs offer programmatic access to various Kiosk policies. IT admins can schedule a device reboot through the new APIs and integrate that functionality directly in a third- party console.

    58. Chrome Stability API - This new API allows Kiosk app developers to improve the reliability of the application and the system.

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    Attendees at Google Cloud Next ‘17 heard stories from many of our valued customers:

    59. Colgate - Colgate-Palmolive partnered with Google Cloud and SAP to bring thousands of employees together through G Suite collaboration and productivity tools. The company deployed G Suite to 28,000 employees in less than six months.

    60. Disney Consumer Products & Interactive (DCPI) - DCPI is on target to migrate out of its legacy infrastructure this year, and is leveraging machine learning to power next generation guest experiences.

    61. eBay - eBay uses Google Cloud technologies including Google Container Engine, Machine Learning and AI for its ShopBot, a personal shopping bot on Facebook Messenger.

    62. HSBC - HSBC is one of the world's largest financial and banking institutions and making a large investment in transforming its global IT. The company is working closely with Google to deploy Cloud DataFlow, BigQuery and other data services to power critical proof of concept projects.

    63. LUSH - LUSH migrated its global e-commerce site from AWS to GCP in less than six weeks, significantly improving the reliability and stability of its site. LUSH benefits from GCP’s ability to scale as transaction volume surges, which is critical for a retail business. In addition, Google's commitment to renewable energy sources aligns with LUSH's ethical principles.

    64. Oden Technologies - Oden was part of Google Cloud’s startup program, and switched its entire platform to GCP from AWS. GCP offers Oden the ability to reliably scale while keeping costs low, perform under heavy loads and consistently delivers sophisticated features including machine learning and data analytics.

    65. Planet - Planet migrated to GCP in February, looking to accelerate their workloads and leverage Google Cloud for several key advantages: price stability and predictability, custom instances, first-class Kubernetes support, and Machine Learning technology. Planet also announced the beta release of their Explorer platform.

    66. Schlumberger - Schlumberger is making a critical investment in the cloud, turning to GCP to enable high-performance computing, remote visualization and development velocity. GCP is helping Schlumberger deliver innovative products and services to its customers by using HPC to scale data processing, workflow and advanced algorithms.

    67. The Home Depot - The Home Depot collaborated with GCP’s Customer Reliability Engineering team to migrate HomeDepot.com to the cloud in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Moving to GCP has allowed the company to better manage huge traffic spikes at peak shopping times throughout the year.

    68. Verizon - Verizon is deploying G Suite to more than 150,000 of its employees, allowing for collaboration and flexibility in the workplace while maintaining security and compliance standards. Verizon and Google Cloud have been working together for more than a year to bring simple and secure productivity solutions to Verizon’s workforce.

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    We brought together Google Cloud partners from our growing ecosystem across G Suite, GCP, Maps, Devices and Education. Our partnering philosophy is driven by a set of principles that emphasize openness, innovation, fairness, transparency and shared success in the cloud market. Here are some of our partners who were out in force at the show:

    69. Accenture - Accenture announced that it has designed a mobility solution for Rentokil, a global pest control company, built in collaboration with Google as part of the partnership announced at Horizon in September.

    70. Alooma - Alooma announced the integration of the Alooma service with Google Cloud SQL and BigQuery.

    71. Authorized Training Partner Program - To help companies scale their training offerings more quickly, and to enable Google to add other training partners to the ecosystem, we are introducing a new track within our partner program to support their unique offerings and needs.

    72. Check Point - Check Point® Software Technologies announced Check Point vSEC for Google Cloud Platform, delivering advanced security integrated with GCP as well as their joining of the Google Cloud Technology Partner Program.

    73. CloudEndure - We’re collaborating with CloudEndure to offer a no cost, self-service migration tool for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) customers.

    74. Coursera - Coursera announced that it is collaborating with Google Cloud Platform to provide an extensive range of Google Cloud training course. To celebrate this announcement  Coursera is offering all NEXT attendees a 100% discount for the GCP fundamentals class.

    75. DocuSign - DocuSign announced deeper integrations with Google Docs.

    76. Egnyte - Egnyte announced an enhanced integration with Google Docs that will allow our joint customers to create, edit, and store Google Docs, Sheets and Slides files right from within the Egnyte Connect.

    77. Google Cloud Global Partner Awards - We recognized 12 Google Cloud partners that demonstrated strong customer success and solution innovation over the past year: Accenture, Pivotal, LumApps, Slack, Looker, Palo Alto Networks, Virtru, SoftBank, DoIT, Snowdrop Solutions, CDW Corporation, and SYNNEX Corporation.

    78. iCharts - iCharts announced additional support for several GCP databases, free pivot tables for current Google BigQuery users, and a new product dubbed “iCharts for SaaS.”

    79. Intel - In addition to the progress with Skylake, Intel and Google Cloud launched several technology initiatives and market education efforts covering IoT, Kubernetes and TensorFlow, including optimizations, a developer program and tool kits.

    80. Intuit - Intuit announced Gmail Add-Ons, which are designed to integrate custom workflows into Gmail based on the context of a given email.

    81. Liftigniter - Liftigniter is a member of Google Cloud’s startup program and focused on machine learning personalization using predictive analytics to improve CTR on web and in-app.

    82. Looker - Looker launched a suite of Looker Blocks, compatible with Google BigQuery Data Transfer Service, designed to give marketers the tools to enhance analysis of their critical data.

    83. Low interest loans for partners - To help Premier Partners grow their teams, Google announced that capital investment are available to qualified partners in the form of low interest loans.

    84. MicroStrategy - MicroStrategy announced an integration with Google Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL and Google Cloud SQL for MySQL.

    85. New incentives to accelerate partner growth - We are increasing our investments in multiple existing and new incentive programs; including, low interest loans to help Premier Partners grow their teams, increasing co-funding to accelerate deals, and expanding our rebate programs.

    86. Orbitera Test Drives for GCP Partners - Test Drives allow customers to try partners’ software and generate high quality leads that can be passed directly to the partners’ sales teams. Google is offering Premier Cloud Partners one year of free Test Drives on Orbitera.

    87. Partner specializations - Partners demonstrating strong customer success and technical proficiency in certain solution areas will now qualify to apply for a specialization. We’re launching specializations in application development, data analytics, machine learning and infrastructure.

    88. Pivotal - GCP announced Pivotal as our first CRE technology partner. CRE technology partners will work hand-in-hand with Google to thoroughly review their solutions and implement changes to address identified risks to reliability.

    89. ProsperWorks - ProsperWorks announced Gmail Add-Ons, which are designed to integrate custom workflows into Gmail based on the context of a given email.

    90. Qwiklabs - This recent acquisition will provide Authorized Training Partners the ability to offer hands-on labs and comprehensive courses developed by Google experts to our customers.

    91. Rackspace - Rackspace announced a strategic relationship with Google Cloud to become its first managed services support partner for GCP, with plans to collaborate on a new managed services offering for GCP customers set to launch later this year.

    92. Rocket.Chat - Rocket.Chat, a member of Google Cloud’s startup program, is adding a number of new product integrations with GCP including Autotranslate via Translate API, integration with Vision API to screen for inappropriate content, integration to NLP API to perform sentiment analysis on public channels, integration with GSuite for authentication and a full move of back-end storage to Google Cloud Storage.

    93. Salesforce - Salesforce announced Gmail Add-Ons, which are designed to integrate custom workflows into Gmail based on the context of a given email.

    94. SAP - This strategic partnership includes certification of SAP HANA on GCP, new G Suite integrations and future collaboration on building machine learning features into intelligent applications like conversational apps that guide users through complex workflows and transactions.

    95. Smyte - Smyte participated in the Google Cloud startup program and protects millions of actions a day on websites and mobile applications. Smyte recently moved from self-hosted Kubernetes to Google Container Engine (GKE).

    96. Veritas - Veritas expanded its partnership with Google Cloud to provide joint customers with 360 Data Management capabilities. The partnership will help reduce data storage costs, increase compliance and eDiscovery readiness and accelerate the customer’s journey to Google Cloud Platform.

    97. VMware Airwatch - Airwatch provides enterprise mobility management solutions for Android and continues to drive the Google Device ecosystem to enterprise customers.

    98. Windows Partner Program- We’re working with top systems integrators in the Windows community to help GCP customers take full advantage of Windows and .NET apps and services on our platform.

    99. Xplenty - Xplenty announced the addition of two new services from Google Cloud into their available integrations: Google Cloud Spanner and Google Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL.

    100. Zoomdata - Zoomdata announced support for Google’s Cloud Spanner and PostgreSQL on GCP, as well as enhancements to the existing Zoomdata Smart Connector for Google BigQuery. With these new capabilities Zoomdata offers deeply integrated and optimized support for Google Cloud Platform’s Cloud Spanner, PostgreSQL, Google BigQuery, and Cloud DataProc services.

    We’re thrilled to have so many new products and partners that can help all of our customers grow. And as our final announcement for Google Cloud Next ’17 — please save the date for Next 2018: June 4–6 in San Francisco.

    I guess that makes it 101. :-)



              Dial M for Murdoch: exhaustive account of the UK tabloids' criminality and the resulting coverup        

    Tom Watson and Martin Hickman's Dial M for Murdoch is a timely, informative, infuriating insider account of the News International phone-hacking scandal that has occupied the news-cycle, off and on, for several years now (and shows no sign of slowing down). Watson, a veteran Member of Parliament -- and frequent target of the Murdoch press and its hackers and snoops -- was an early and consistent voice of alarm over the scale and illegality of the Murdoch tabloids' investigative methods. He's uniquely well-situated to tell this story. His co-writer, Martin Hickman, is a veteran investigative reporter who covered the story for the Independent. They make a good pair, and the narrative is relatively smoothly told and, at times, is very powerfully written.

    The Murdoch papers -- and other UK tabloids and papers -- wield tremendous influence in the halls of British power. Dial M traces the intimate connections between the press and senior ministers, elected officials, and -- crucially -- the police in the UK. As the flagship Murdoch tabloid, News of the World attained the highest circulation of any English-language paper, and seems to have led the world in illegal investigation techniques as well. The early inklings of the scope of the company's criminality were systematically understated by the press, underrated by the police, pooh-poohed by officials (from every party), and buried.

    But the story wouldn't die. There were just too many victims, a sympathetic poster-child for everyone -- dead soldiers and their families, terrorist bombing victims, royals, the families of murdered children, and so on. It was impossible for Scotland Yard to maintain its "nothing to see here" posture, not with so many different stakeholders and so many upwellings of outrage. It didn't help that the most senior police officers on the case were doing various kinds of business with Murdoch, or retiring into cushy sinecures as high-paid columnists and consultants. Neither could the impotent Press Complaints Commission maintain the fiction that it had investigated, censured, and cleaned house.

    Murdoch's many enemies were willing to bring the fight, risking their private lives, risking their personal fortunes. Vindictive Murdoch executives drew up enemies lists, ordered deep background checks on Parliamentarians and attorneys, sent high-powered lawyers to lean on witnesses, set private eyes to follow Murdoch's opponents in secret, or dispatched obvious PIs to watch them openly and intimidatingly. Watson and Hickman are exhaustive in documenting the slimy depths plumbed by Murdoch's high-placed lieutenants and their thugs in their efforts to maintain the years-long suppression of the investigation.

    They were ultimately undone by their own arrogance. You can't defend yourself by throwing your accomplices under the bus forever. Eventually, some of the minions on whom you've pinned the blame will start whispering your secrets to others. Likewise, you can't pin the blame on your fancy lawyers, insisting that they investigated your operation and gave it a clean bill of health -- they won't sit still for it. You can't just hack everyone who accuses you of hacking.

    Indeed, the scale and arrogance of the Murdoch companies' illegality was both their undoing, and is the major problem with Dial M for Murdoch. Despite the authors' valiant efforts to be both exhaustive and engrossing, sometimes the sheer litany of the names of the hacked, the officials who participated in the coverups, the bribes and corruption -- well, it gets a little repetitive. This is the banality of evil, 350 pages' worth. The fact that it's hard to keep it all straight when it's delivered in sequence, with the benefit of hindsight, tells you a lot about how this managed to slip off the front pages so many times over the years. The revelations can be so similar that it's hard to remember that this is actually a fresh outrage, not just a re-reporting of last week's lies and crimes.

    My other problem with Dial M is its unwillingness to set out an explicit agenda in defense of a free press. For all that the tabloids have gotten away with murder for decades, Britain has one of the most censorious and litigant-friendly environments when it comes to press freedoms. This is the land of the "superinjunction," where corporate criminals can order the news of their misdeeds to be vanished into the memory hole. This is the land where spurious libel claims can be used to silence science writers like Simon Singh and Ben Goldacre, who document the (sometimes literally) murderous quackery of "alternative medicine" gurus. Britain has the unwelcome distinction of being the world's center for "libel tourism," a place where despots can come to punish journalists who reveal their misdeeds.

    One consequence of the Murdoch scandal has been a renewal of the call for "press regulation," to rein in the tabloids. But what the tabloids did was already illegal -- it didn't just violate a "code of conduct," it violated the actual statutes on the actual lawbooks. The problem wasn't that they slipped through a legal loophole: the problem was that they had the cooperation of crooked prosecutors and cops, and the collusion of highly placed officials, both elected and appointed. The problem wasn't the absence of a law, it was the absence of legal enforcement.

    For example, Dial M paints Max Mosley as something of a hero of the fight against Murdoch. Mosley, a wealthy celebrity who'd been libeled by the tabloids, refused to settle and refused to back off, and spent a fortune bankrolling much of the legal action against Murdoch. For this, he is justly lionized by the authors. But Mosley also proposes far-reaching Internet censorship rules, and advance notice and "arbitration" whenever the press publishes stories about public figures, and an opportunity for those figures to seek injunctions against publication. I kept waiting for the authors to point out that one risk of the Murdoch scandal is that Britain's moneyed and powerful will seize on the opportunity to reverse the trend toward libel reform and other free-speech rules, and to demand expansions to the already onerous censorship and libel regime the country labours under.

    Instead, Watson and Hickman walk a fine line between praise and condemnation of the press, without ever articulating what a "good" press should do, or what regulation they favour. There are plenty of opportunities for this, too: after all, the Guardian's Nick Davies was a key investigator of the scandal, and the authors credit him with bringing Murdoch to heel, at real personal risk. I wanted them to explain how they would create a policy or precedent that would let Davies investigate Murdoch at full tilt, but not be so broadly defined as to legalize the investigative techniques used by the Murdoch press. Indeed, the book opens with a quote from Bob Woodward, who brought down a president by publishing illegally leaked confidential material -- what system would protect Woodward and not Andy Coulson?

    The other "other shoe" that never dropped in Dial M was a critique of the way that our IT systems are designed to be such juicy and easy targets for scumbags and crooks. It goes without saying that there's no excuse for the Murdoch invasions. But what on Earth are all these rich and powerful people doing sending unencrypted emails? Why do ministers of the government use voicemail servers operated by big, dumb phone companies like Vodaphone, instead of privately maintained Asterix instances run by Parliament's IT department (who, presumably, couldn't be tricked into resetting a voicemail PIN merely by calling up and saying, "It's Bob in tech support, and I'm on the other line with the Home Secretary and she's forgotten her PIN, can you reset it for me, mate?"). How is it that lawyers and clients send cleartext documents to one another, and how is it that ministers and civil servants keep the nation's most important information on unencrypted hard drives? It's one thing for an individual celebrity (or the bereaved parents of a murdered child or a felled soldier) to lack the wherewithal to protect themselves, but when it comes to officials and their staff, it's both inexcusable and inexplicable. Maybe the Murdoch snoops would still have gotten something on them with long lenses and PIs who shadowed them from home to work. But the fact that a crew of creepy dolts were able to sit in their basements hacking thousands of important and official phones and computers at a time is not merely an indictment of their employers at the tabloids. It should be a wakeup call to the establishment to put its house in order, get some training, and use the decades-old technology (that comes stock on every GNU/Linux box) in their official dealings.

    Leaving aside those omissions, Dial M is a fabulous and infuriating read. If you have been trying in vain to keep all the crooked dealings straight, here, at last, is the scorecard you've been looking for. It's the perfect background reading for the nightly news, and I can't wait for a sequel once this business has been resolved (however long that might take!).

    Dial M for Murdoch

              News of the World shredded hard-drives, laptops        

    A lawyer for victims of News of the World phone hacking told the court that long after NotW knew of the police investigation of its newsgathering process, it put reporters' laptops and hard-drives "through a grinder" and took them out and "smashed them up."

    The destruction of the computers is understood to have taken place around October last year, prior to the launch of Operation Weeting, the London Metropolitan Police investigation into phone hacking which has led to the arrests of 16 journalists.

    The shredding of hard drives would have happened long after senior executives were made aware that phone hacking had spread beyond a single "rogue" reporter.

    Phone-tap tabloid's computers destroyed, court told (via The Inquirer)

    (Image: Responsible Hard-Drive Destruction - Let's Get Real)

              GP62 6QF Leopard Pro Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, GeForce GTX 960M 15.6" Windows 10 Gaming Laptop        
    GP62 6QF Leopard Pro Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, GeForce GTX 960M 15.6" Windows 10 Gaming Laptop

    GP62 6QF Leopard Pro Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, GeForce GTX 960M 15.6" Windows 10 Gaming Laptop

    Screen: 15.6" Processor: Intel Core i5 2.3GHz Memory: 8GB RAM Storage: 1TB Hard Drive + 128GB SSD OS: Windows 10 Graphics: GeForce GTX 960M Intel Core i5 ProcessorsExperience a whole new way to interact with your PC like never before. With the power to understand your motions, recognise your face and respond to your voice, Intel Core i5 processor takes computing to the next level. They require lower power consumption but deliver better performance than before. PCI-E GEN3x 4 SSD – Ultra Speed StorageGet in the game before everyone else with the latest PCI-E Gen 3.0 x4 bandwidth utilising NVMe technology on single M.2 SSD. Harness the full performance potential of the Gen 3.0 SSD through the optimization of the hardware and software outputting extreme read speeds up to 2200MB/s, 5x faster than SATA3 SSD's. SHIFT – Boost Performance under Controlled Noise and TemperatureThe exclusive MSI “SHIFT” technology pushes system to the extreme while minimizing noise and temperature. Switch between three profiles “Sport,” “Comfort,” and “Green” to reach balance between system performance and comfortable user experience. Latest architecture DDR4-2133 Memory SupportGet the best possible performance out of your notebook with support of the advanced DDR4-2133 memory, achieving over 29GB/s in reading speed and 32GB/s in writing. With over 30% faster performance than previous generations DDR3-1600, DDR4-2133 is the new laptop standard to take your extreme gaming experience to the next level. Exclusive Cooler Boost technology MSI's exclusive Cooler Boost Technology provides powerful cooling design by boosting the airflow, maintaining the notebook and chipsets at a 5 per cent - 10 per cent temperature lower. No matter how intense your game or work gets for a long time, the Cooler Boost technology always keep it cool.


              H3 Espresso Smart Media Player        
    H3 Espresso Smart Media Player

    H3 Espresso Smart Media Player

    Multi-room TV without an aerial! Partner the H3 with any Humax Freeview Play PVR and stream recorded content and live TV via the PVR’s hard drive utilising its 3 tuner capacity. The Espresso is the simple way to view free live to air on any TV without an aerial! When partnered with a Freeview Play FVP-4000T PVR the Espresso will view live TV from one of the FVP’s built in three tuners. Not only that all your recorded programmes can also be viewed via Espresso given you multi-room TV in any room you choose! If you don’t have a Freeview Play PVR don’t worry your Espresso can still deliver a wealth of Free TV content with our built in apps via the internet Enjoy beautiful HD picture qualityFull HD 1080p HEVC built inside for pin sharp viewing pleasure. Excellent ConnectivityWi-Fi built in for wireless connection to your home network, Bluetooth inside for sharing content from connected devices. HDMI socket for simple connection to your TV and SPDIF for high quality audio. The Ethernet socket is also available for wired connection if your wireless network weak. The USB 2.0 input will let you see and hear videos, photos and music files directly. Simple Easy Set UpHave your H3 Espresso up and running in a matter of minutes simply connect to the power socket connect the HDMI to your TV and power up the step by step on screen guide will ensure your enjoying Free TV and IP content in minutes! Humax Eye IP Camera compatibility Watch recordings from your Humax Eye IP Cloud camera from the comfort of your own sofa with the built in Humax Eye app.


              HB1100s Freesat Receiver with integrated Wi-Fi, Black        
    HB1100s Freesat Receiver with integrated Wi-Fi, Black

    HB1100s Freesat Receiver with integrated Wi-Fi, Black

    The new and improved sleek HUM-HB1100s Freesat receiver in black now features built-in Wi-Fi to allow you to receive catch up TV from the BBC iPlayer, All 4, Demand 5 and the ITV Hub as well as other streaming services including Netflix. If you prefer to use a wired connection for a more stable signal, the HB1100s still has an Ethernet port to allow for this type on connection. This subscription free box receives 200+ TV and radio channels, 13 of which are in 1080p High Definition. Although this model has no internal hard drive the USB port on the rear of the box allows for an external hard drive to be connected to permit you to record your favourite programmes as well pausing and rewinding of live action. The easy to use award winning on-screen TV guide allows you to quickly select your chosen at the touch of a button. The HB1100s has a unique showcase section which identifies the must watch programmes for today and the next few days.


              Dell laptop nueva 1 año garantia        
    DELL laptop Nueva 1 año garantia por escrito con factura Estes es un modelo actual de Agosto 2013 somos majoristas mas de 15 años de vender portatiles 15.6" Laptop - 4GB Memory - 320GB Hard Drive - Black telefono 6001-7205 199,000 colones IVI 100% nueva Intel® Celeron® processor 1007U Features a 2MB cache and 1.5GHz processor speed. 4GB DDR3 memory For multitasking power, expandable to 8GB. Multiformat DVD±RW/CD-RW drive with double-layer support Records up to 8.5GB of data or 4 hours of video using compatible DVD+R DL and DVD-R DL media. 15.6" WLED high-definition display With TrueLife technology and 1366 x 768 resolution showcases movies and games in stunning clarity. 320GB hard drive (5400 rpm) Offers spacious storage and fast read/write times. Intel® HD graphics Feature shared video memory for lush images with vivid detail. HDMI output for connection to an HDTV. Built-in Native HD 1.0MP webcam with digital microphone Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends in high-definition. 8-in-1 media reader Supports Secure Digital, Secure Digital High Capacity, SDXC, High Speed Secure Digital, xD-Picture Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO and MultiMediaCard formats. 2 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 ports For fast digital video, audio and data transfer. Built-in Dell Wireless 1703 LAN (802.11b/g/n) Connect to the Internet without wires. Bluetooth 4.0 interface Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3 player. Built-in Ethernet LAN With RJ-45 connector for quick and easy wired Web connection. Measures just 1" thin For easy portability. Textured lid and palm rest Offer a stylish appearance. Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit operating system preinstalled Provides a stable platform for word processing, Web navigation, gaming, media storage and more. Intel, Pentium, Celeron, Centrino, Core, Viiv, Intel Inside and the Intel Inside logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
              TENERIFE UNKNOWN        

    In September we spent two weeks with five cameras and two sleeping bags in Tenerife to explore the island abroad from all the tourism hotspots, focussing on its nature and lost places.
    In 10 days we slept several nights beneath one of the most breathtaking night skies there are in the whole world, visited ghost town, a forgotten village which used to be a leper colony until it was abandoned, and found a lost hotel, which's construction was suddenly stopped in the 70s because the owner was unknown.
    We gathered 42.187 shots which kept us over 240 hours busy in post production and take up 1,12 Terra bytes of our hard drives.

    Video produced by:
    Thomas Pöcksteiner // Peter Jablonowski
    filmspektakel.com

    Sounddesign by:
    Alex Clement
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    Music by:
    Camo & Krooked - Good Times Bad Times ( camoandkrooked.com )

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              Gear Review: The Atom SSD by Glyph        

    Having a dependable hard drive for your projects is a really important part of your music production rig.

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              Why We Designed Our Own NAS Servers For Use In Our Data Center        


    Over the past few years, we at Technetium, Inc. have had the opportunity to deal with Snap because of our model 14000 Snap servers. One day we installed new managed switches and the Snap Web-based management console would no longer operate. It would just hang at gigabit speed. To make a long story short, after exhausting all of my options on the Internet, I sent Snap technical support an email to try and resolve the problem. Here is their response:

    Your case, 000000000005476, was updated. Please refer to the information below for our response. Please Click here if you need additional support on this issue.

    Please do not reply to this email as it will not be seen by a live representative.

    Your Query:

    I have 2 snap 12000s and they will not negotiate 1000tx to my Dell Powerconnect 5324 switch. I'm afraid to set the nic in debug to anything other than auto.

    It also shows half duplex when the switch shows full duplex.

    Thank you in advance,

    Todd Foster

    Our Response:

    Good morning Todd.

    Again this is not technical support. We can be reached on a pay-per-incident of $120.00 through our 2 numbers: 408-934-7274 and 321-207-2000.

    Sincerely,
    Adaptec Customer Service

    To my dismay, they wanted $120 just to talk to me, and my bet is they wanted another $1,000 or so to upgrade the software. On their Website I could not find any way to buy support for this model any more. And by the way, to add replication between 2 of their Snap servers, it would cost something like $1,000 per box.

    So, here we are, with 2 boxes, no support, and I'll bet that you can't even buy parts for it any more from Snap, much less anywhere else (maybe eBay?).

    Off we go to buy new NAS replacements. Originally these 14000's were $10K apiece, for roughly 1TB of storage. All things being equal, I should be able to buy a NAS box for really cheap (yeah right!). What I found was that a high-quality NAS system that would do RAID 5 would cost between $3,500 and 4,500, not to mention that a 1TB Snap 520 would be over $5K. That is when we decided to build our own NAS servers!

    With a great backround in PC/server hardware, it was easy for me to pick top-quality hardware and brand name components. I still have Pentium Pro servers that work! I chose the best hardware, put it in a rack mount server case, and voila! I have a NAS server. Here is the list of components:

    * FreeNAS redone to work with the hardware that we provide
    * Kingwin 4 in 3 Multi-Drive Bay SATA Internal Hot Swap Mobile Rack, w/ Key Lock, LED Indicator & Two 40mm Cooling Fans
    * SONY Beige DDU1615 Internal EIDE 16X DVD-ROM Drive
    * Enermax ELT500AWT 500W Power Supply
    * 4U IPC-4071 Rackmount Chassis Server Case - Beige Color
    * Transcend TS256MCF45I-D flash card
    * 4 ea. Seagate(ST3500630NS)500GB SATA 3.0Gb/s 7200RPM 16MB Buff Hard drive
    * Addonics ADSACFW CF to SATA adapter
    * SUPERMICRO|MBD-PDSME+
    * 3WARE 9650SE-4LPML SATAII RAID controller
    * INTEL XEON 3060 775 2.4G 4M
    * 1Gx2|Kingston DII667 KVR667D2N5K2/2G



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              Cyber Security: When Crime goes Online        
    As life moves increasingly online, so do crime and fraud. This week, we uncover some personal secrets from a supposedly blank hard drive, find out how hackers can use baby monitors to spy on people and hear about the next generation of passwords. Plus, news of how Zika virus could be used to combat brain cancer and plans to build a bigger, stronger particle accelerator.
              Let's Roadtrip Through Europe        
    Oh hey. It's been a while. Anyone still around these parts of the web??? We have some dusting to do around here. 

    Updating our travel blog has been on our to-do list for about a year now. The more time that passes, the bigger of a project it's become, and we just couldn't prioritize it this past year.  If you follow us on Instagram (Yuriy / Julia), you know we're still our usual selves, still living in Seattle, still traveling when we can, just not sharing as much here. Last summer I finished design school and started doing design full time for a startup. The past year was an adjustment as Yuriy took over more of the photography business and I poured most of my time into my new work. After being in school and super busy for a while, if I had any free time this past year, I wanted to spend it with friends, not on the computer. 

    I miss this. Blogging helps us to go through photos instead of letting them rot on a hard drive, forces us to reflect on a trip, and document memories more thoroughly than on Instagram. As things slow down with photography, I'm excited to spend this fall and winter going through tons of travel photos and updating the blog. 

    Earlier this year we spent a month roadtripping through Europe to celebrate our five year wedding anniversary (yeah, already!). Even when we traveled for 6 months after our wedding, there was so much that we missed in Europe. This time we visited France, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, and Belgium, and the only place we revisited was Paris. Everything else was new. And we wished we had more time. 

    This post marks the beginning of our roadtrip. We flew into Paris, rented a little Fiat for the month, and drove straight to our good friends' home in Switzerland, about a five hour drive. After a red eye flight and with Yuriy behind the wheel, I fell asleep immediately, so not a single photo here is mine. Yuriy is a lover of roadtrips, and couldn't resist stopping in all the small towns along the way. Later in the trip, we wouldn't have stopped so many times, but when you first arrive in a foreign country, everything is beautiful and awe-inspiring. How could you not stop for a photo?

    Yuriy woke me up with his hands full of food—perhaps the best way to wake up. He stopped by a gas station on the side of the highway, and came back with a couple of amazing sandwiches on really good bread, fresh chocolate croissants, and coffee. In the States, you want to stay far away from gas station food, so we were pleasantly surprised with the random find. From that first bite of ham and cheese sandwich, I could hardly wait for all the meals to come in the next month. 

    Hope you enjoy a glimpse of French countryside on our way to Switzerland. Tomorrow I'll share some photos from our time in Switzerland with good friends.

    - Julia




              Sony settles with PS3 owners over Linux lawsuit        
    A long-running class-action lawsuit from PlayStation 3 owners angry over losing the ability to run Linux on the console may finally be over. When the PS3 launched in 2006, it featured support for “OtherOS,” which let owners install Linux on the console’s hard drive. Only a few short years later, Sony disabled the feature in a software update, claiming it … Continue reading
              Why Backups Are the Best Way to Guarantee Data Recovery        
    At some point or other it is likely that you’ll end up losing data in some form or other – whether you accidentally deleted a file, it was corrupted, or your hard drive failed and was damaged. While it is true that in many cases it is possible to recover data that is lost, it … Continue reading Why Backups Are the Best Way to Guarantee Data Recovery
              TIP #1215 – OK, SO WHERE DO I BACKUP MY FILES?        
    There are a multitude of ways! Here’s a closing word on backups.

    Manual backups would include your copying your important files to an external hard drive or flash (thumb) drive. I use both. I have several external drives, I use MyPassport and Toshiba primarily. Their storage capacity is large and you can pick the size that works the best for you.

    Thumb or flash drives are very handy too and the ones I use hold 16gb of data. They are easy to transport with you on researching trips and fairly inexpensive. The downside is that they are easy to lose! I have a container holding all my flash drives and I write on a piece of paper what they contain and wrap around the drive. It’s better than trying them all out to find out where you saved that file or your photographs. Alert: When buying a flash drive especially – use a major brand. Don’t buy one on sale, manufactured in China or some other country. Recently it was found that these “cheapie” drives blessed you also with malware and viruses.

    Plus, there are many back-up services available; some free, some at an annual cost. I’m primarily going to give you the links so you can check them out for yourself.

    1 – Carbonite. You know this is my favorite. They are considered #1. You have the option of just backing up your c: drive, or for extra, external drives. https://www.carbonite.com/. This normally costs $59.99 a year; they do have specials; free months.

    2 – Norton Ghost. http://www.symantec-norton.com/Norton_Ghost_15.0_p115.aspx. Free trial; normally $69.99.

    3 – Drop Box. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/dropbox/9wzdncrfj0pk. Free with paid upgrades available. I have just started using Drop Box for backup and am pleased.

    4 – Google Drive. https://www.google.com/drive/ Pricing depends on size - $1.99 a month up to $99.00 a month.

    5 – Microsoft OneDrive. https://onedrive.live.com/about/en-us/support/. Personal usage is $99.00 a year.

    There are other companies that offer cloud backup. I have just listed the above as they are more recognizable and have a good reputation.

    As I noted, my experience lies with Carbonite. Depending on the size of your system, it can zip back files rapidly but to restore the entire system can take a long time. If you are restoring your entire system, as with any of these services, you will have to re-install your programs if you’ve lost everything.

    You want to go with a company with good technical support, primarily when you can talk to someone who knows what they’re doing and can explain what to do in terms the novice can understand. In one instance, I lost my email. I have about 10 file folders or mailboxes and the data was just gone. A phone call to the tech resulted in allowing him to get into my system. After about an hour, at no charge, he found those emails and restored them to my email program.

    So, whether you chose to back it up yourself, or go with a service that will save you time – please do backup! People are being held hostage literally when a virus, ransomware or malware slips onto your system – with the bad guys demanding much money to “give your system back to you.” If you see this message on your device with a demand that your system can be restored – call and pay – don’t. Shut the system down, don’t click on anything! Then, if you have a backup system, you can restore everything and keep money out of their pockets! I’ve had this happen twice to a friend of mine. She paid, she got it back – eventually. Be careful what you click on in emails!!!

    Sandi

              TIP #1214 – BACKUP – BACKUP – BACKUP        
    Do you think this tip is going to be about backing up your files? Oh, yes. Instead of giving you some researching tip this morning, I’ve decided to remind us all how important backing up your files are.

    Now, I’ve shared with you in the past some of the things we did/do as researchers. This would include copying someone else’s information without checking for accuracy. It would include just hunting for famous ancestors so we can brag that we’re related to someone “important.” Maybe he just won’t fit into your family tree! Or, how about just tracing our direct ancestors and ignoring the women, neighbors or business associates who might have the hammer to break down the brick wall. Or, just taking information from one document when others are available which might be more accurate or give you more information. Or, like many of us at all stages – being totally disorganized. Notes here, scraps of paper there, papers on the floor or in a file but not entered.

    However, today I want to talk about backing up those precious files. Let me share a personal story that might explain a little.

    I have a very large computer system due to the work I do in genealogy. It’s 5 years old plus and maybe its life expectancy is growing short – I hope not! On this computer I have a vast number of Word documents, Quicken files, photos, all my e-mails; you name it and it’s probably on my system. Well, I forget to backup those precious files. Computers fail, they “hiccup”, they get hit by viruses.

    A few days ago my virus program kept bugging me by notices that an update was available and I needed to install it. I kept ignoring the warning as I was in the middle of something. But one night the program decided to take matters into its own hands and while I slept, it installed the update. Who doesn’t want the latest version, right?

    When I got up, turned on the computer and sat down with my first sip of coffee, oops! I saw that the system had rebooted and something was terribly wrong. All the icons on my desktop were miniaturized and out of kilter, the screen was just a black blob with tiny little icons here and there. And – programs were missing! No Word, no folders for photos, not even my malware program. I clicked on my email program (I don’t usually use a web based email program) and it said “Welcome to Thunderbird, I’ll talk you through setting up an account.” What? Word was gone so I had to do a search for it from the control panel and … same thing. Please enter your purchase code, etc. I scared my cats I’m sure because I let out a scream – and a prayer.

    I spent all day trying to recover, I just could NOT lose years’ worth of work. Ah, I have Carbonite. Let me tell you how much I love Carbonite and no, they’re not paying me for the plug. It is worth every penny and is as advertised. I went to Carbonite where in the past I had restored single files and told it to restore my whole system. So, it started. It takes a long while with a big system so from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm it was only 10% done. (It restores the folders first and then puts the data back in). But … at 47% done, it froze up and stopped. Cold. No more. So, the only thing I could do was start it again, trusting it would pick up where it left off. I likely did something wrong but it started from the beginning. So, by 10:30 that night – 10% restored. I finally gave up and went to bed. Guess what? It froze at 47%!

    So, sipping coffee, I looked at the same screen and brought the program down. It wasn’t Carbonite’s fault, it was something that went wrong when the update installed. With another pleading prayer I re-booted my system. Now, the virus program said it had re-booted so I had little hope. But, in a total answer to prayer, when it came up, everything was back. Not a thing was lost.

    But, they could have been. All my family tree gone. My book that I’m working on. The summer quarterly for our historical society. My pictures, everything could have been sailing around outer space never to be seen again.

    Do I depend on Carbonite? Oh yes! It backs up constantly when you’re not working on the computer; many times a day. But what if your system fails and Carbonite can’t restore? We’re in deep trouble!

    I immediately went out and bought another flash drive to be dedicated entirely to backups of files that are changed frequently. I know flash drives or external hard drives can fail too but it is a level of protection that every researcher needs. I use several external drives as backup but had never saved files that change frequently.

    Don’t get so busy that you don’t back up your data please. Think of the hours and years of work that are contained in that computer. And, I do recommend that you investigate Carbonite. The cost is not prohibitive; they have a wonderful staff who will also help if you’re in over your head. You know about the viruses that are going around that will hold your system captive unless you pay an enormous sum to have them remove it. With Carbonite, your system can be restored to before that virus hit and you’re ready to roll. (Unless you have a glitch in my system like I did). Again, Carbonite is not going to send me a check for the plug, I just trust them.

    But, whatever you do, take time to back up your files. We don’t want you losing Great Aunt Jane’s records along the line!

              Teach you how to identify a true and false iphone?        

      iphone

      Iphone can be said to be one of the most popular smart phones, because of its smooth system, high-quality mobile phone parts configuration, exquisite appearance, a good brand image and high price of the passerby, loved by users. Each time to the new release on sale when some of the Apple store in front of the sea of people; sometimes even not on sale, it has been booked over. Have to say, Iphone really is a very successful electronic products, but also created the Apple is the world's most profitable technology companies.

      Since so many people to buy iphone, and make money so much, then there will be a lot of 'black workshop' playing a crooked idea: we can imitate the appearance of iphone, and then get some shops to sell. Yes, this is what we are familiar with the cottage machine, mainly in some small mobile phone shop to see sales, of course, will also go to some of the powerful flagship store. So the question comes, how do we identify a true and false iphone? In this regard, we work together to find out!

      Teach you how to identify a true and false iphone

      Identification method One,

      Apple released in the annual new mobile phone will be some unique features, and will also appear in the appearance of the phone. For example, Apple's fingerprint recognition on the 5s, it is integrated in the main screen Home button, and the previous Apple phone is different, there is a steel ring in the outer ring buttons for finger detection and enable fingerprint detection.

      For high imitation machines, no matter how it is imitated in appearance, the fingerprint identification settings for the system can not be imitated. We can first click on the main screen to open the "Settings" application, find the Touch ID settings in the settings, click Open and then we can add a fingerprint finger fingerprint to see if it can be added successfully. If the high imitation iPhone, then, certainly in the fingerprint recognition can not pass. Of course, fingerprint recognition settings, you can also try to use it to unlock the screen, so that you can completely know the current mobile phone is not really the iPhone.

      Identification methods Second,

      Through the computer to identify itunes. Install itunes connected phone, the user's computer will display "XXX digital camera", if it is removable hard drive is the cottage

      Identification methods Third,

      Each iphone has a serial number of their own, you can check the official website of Apple. We can directly in the Google search "Apple serial number query" keyword, you can directly enter the pine in the page query. In the iPhone system settings, you can see the current mobile phone serial number and IMEI number. Under normal circumstances, with the serial number and IMEI number can be found in the hardware warranty date, and the time should be consistent.

      Identification method four,

      Hold down the iphone lcd screen under the HOME button and then press the shutdown button to screen capture, and a shutter sound, if not the function is fake.

      Well, these four methods for the recognition of true and false iphone is still very useful, the user may wish to collect what I believe will be useful to you.


              Take advantage of this free insurance policy for your savings        
    This is the very first article I’m writing to you on the brand new Macbook Pro that I just purchased here in Hong Kong. It’s the fully loaded version with 16GB of RAM, a 1 TB SSD hard drive, and 3.5 GHz i7 processor. Given that I actually run Linux on may laptop and barely do anything outside of word processing a bit of programming, the purchase was probably overkill. But I got such a great deal it was hard to pass up. You see, Hong Kong has some of the best prices in the world on just about EVERYTHING. That’s because Hong Kong charges ZERO sales tax or VAT. […]
              Sharing made easy with SHAREit!        

    The invention of the smartphone has changed our lives to a large extent, and we are now recording most of our daily events on our phones. The world of apps has taken everything by storm, and very often I find myself surprised by the various kinds of apps that are launched in the market. Today, most phones have really good quality cameras. Most of us hardly visit the photo studios or use the services of professional photographers except on special occasions. The number of pictures we as bloggers need to click to keep you guys updated about the various things happening is no joke. As a fashion blogger, my daily life involves constantly juggling between clicking pictures, recording videos and then sharing them on social media. So, you can imagine the amount pictures and videos I shoot on a daily basis. All the data cannot be stored on my phone. I need to regularly back it up on my laptop. Also at times, I need to use media from earlier shoots or from shoots where I have used my DSLR, and it is quite a hassle to transfer things from my laptop to the phone because then I have to find my cord or use my email which is very time consuming. All my concerns were put to rest when I was introduced to SHAREit which is now available across all devices – phone, laptops, and tablets.


    Since I now have a team that works with me, all the data including the pictures have to be shared with everyone in the team to keep everyone updated. With SHAREit Group Share feature the process is very easy. I have to create a group, and all the data is shared with my team. Now it is just simpler to share various files with them while working together without the worry of incompatibility of the devices as each one uses a different kind of a laptop and phone. Our constant concern to keep a note of hard drives and pen drives have reduced as we now have SHAREit installed on our workstations and phones and can instantly connect to the hotspot and transfer the required file within seconds. It has become a part of my daily work life because of the easy cross-platform support it offers.Some of my team members use Mac and we all know about the compatibility issues between Windows and Mac. This is where SHAREit solves all the issues. SHAREit has made the process of transferring data so fast and easy that even my friends and family have started using it on a regular basis. When we have family and friends get together’s and capture some of the special moments on the camera, we immediately connect our SHAREit on the group and transfer all the pictures and videos that we have taken, so that no one loses out and each one has a backup of his/her own. 



    The exciting news is that SHAREit is soon going to launch a new feature called Share Zone. This feature will help us follow our friends and get real-time updates without having a live connection. Until now we could only share data and pictures, when both the sender and the receiver shared a live connection between them. Share Zone is definitely going to change the way SHAREit works because the new feature will also help us to communicate with our friends who are using SHAREit and Share Zone but are not sharing the same live connection.

         



    I would highly recommend you download SHAREit and try it out to make file transfers between devices in your life a seamless process! You can download the app from here:


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              Ampliar espacio almacenamiento PowerEdge T110        

    Buenos días. Cuento con el servidor especificado en el asunto y necesito ampliar su capacidad, ya que es un servidor de archivos en la corporación donde trabajo.

    El server cuenta con una placa RAID PERC S300/S100, un disco virtual de 465 GB (Hard Drives: 3 x 300GB RAID4)

    Como lo veo, tengo 4 opciones: 

    1 - Agregar un disco de 2 TB Sata como esclavo (La contra es que no tendría resguardo en RAID)
    2 - Reinstalar el sistema operativo en RAID con 3 discos nuevos (Necesito saber la capacidad máxima soportada por la placa)
    3 - Disco USB RAID (Reduciría mi velocidad de acceso/lectura/escritura)
    4 - Disco NAS (Dejaría de administrar los permisos NTFS desde el directorio activo)

    Agradecería mucho que compartan sus experiencias y recomendaciones.

    Desde ya muchas gracias.


              Comment on Episode 122: It’s the Mac Daddy by Meagan M        
    I know a fair amount of digi-scrappers use ACDSee for their supplies and photos. It can also be used to manage fonts. I keep all my fonts on my external hard drive so it doesn't bog down my computer. When I want to use some fun fonts, I open ACDSee and navigate to my fonts folder on my EHD. Select the fonts you want to use (I usually just hit ctl+A to select them all) and go to "Tools", then "Database", then select "Rebuild Thumbnails and Metadata" and you're good to go. Oh, you do have to do this before you open Photoshop or you won't be able to use them.
              Wolf Pascoe commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        

    I store my photos on two backup hard drives as well as my main hard drive. The really precious ones I also have on DVD, which you can get over 4 gigabytes of storage on. And I use Dropbox, which gives you 3 free gigabytes online, and I pay for Sugar Sync (another 30 gigabytes) also online.) I'm going to check into Apple's new iCloud service when it comes out in September--there'll be some free storage there. Multiple is key, even though it's a pain.


              Barbara Shallue commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        


    Well, I had been backing mine up on an external hard drive we had plugged in all the time - except that's the ONLY place I had them because the files are too large for my computer, and that drive started going out on me. I've thought of uploading more to FlickR or one of the other online storage sites, but right now I'm still trying to rescue the ones on the old drive and stick them on the new. I might watch for a sale and double up on externals. I don't know.... (big sigh)...


              Barbara Shallue commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        


    Oh, I'm so sorry about your lost photos!! What do you use now for your second backup? My computer can't hold all of mine, so I'm trying to figure out what I'm going to use to backup the new external hard drive.
    I'll keep you posted on his interview. Thanks!


              Shrinky commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        

    What a lush, glorious photo, I am so glad you managed to retrieve your lost files! My external hard drive crashed a couple of years back, and I still grieve my lost photographs! I now double save EVERYTHING I value, just to be safe. I'll keep everything crossed for your son's up-coming interview, please do let us know how he fares?


              Barbara Shallue commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        


    I never saw it! Thank you so much! I'm pretty sure it's my external hard drive going out on me - I've spent hours transferring the files to a new one because some of them I have to do individually. So I hope that's all it is and I'm grateful it gave me some warnings. Once I get them transferred I'm going to back them all up somewhere else. Just haven't figured out where. AND I need to get off my butt and start printing out the most precious like the ones of my kids and parents. You and Patti have fun this week, by the way! I'll be closing my eyes and pretending I'm with you every once in a while :) Love you!


              Barbara Shallue commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        


    After almost losing mine, I totally understand saving them in multiple places, although I should have known better and gone beyond good intentions since I actually did lose a book once that I had been working on for a year, but didn't have backed up anywhere else. I'm transferring my photos to a new external hard drive now (I think the other one was going out on us) and will probably just keep photos on it and unplug it, too. I'll need to get another one soon - my computer doesn't have enough storage for all of my photos!


              Lady Fi commented on 'Rising Up, Grateful (plus some "Sweet!" moments and a belated Friday Favorite Photo)'        

    Wow wow wow! What a fabulous golden-drenched shot!

    Glad you sorted out your problem... My husband is a computer geek and we have our external hard drive where my photos are stored plugged in all the time, so that shouldn't be an issue.


              One Wild Week with Ubuntu Linux        
    As I mentioned in my last post, I managed to erase my hard drive and ruin my productivity for a week all in one fell swoop.  Since I didn’t have a Vista install disk handy, I had to make do with Ubuntu Linux for over a week while I waited for Microsoft to send me [...]
              Re:Politics - USA        
    Good thing HRC signed an affidavit that she turned in all work related emails to Dept of State...

    Oh... wait... no?
    CLINTON FAILED TO HAND OVER KEY EMAIL TO STATE DEPARTMENT
    Spoiler:
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to turn over a copy of a key message involving problems caused by her use of a private homebrew email server, the State Department confirmed Thursday. The disclosure makes it unclear what other work-related emails may have been deleted by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

    The email was included within messages exchanged Nov. 13, 2010, between Clinton and one of her closest aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin. At the time, emails sent from Clinton's BlackBerry device and routed through her private clintonemail.com server in the basement of her New York home were being blocked by the State Department's spam filter. A suggested remedy was for Clinton to obtain a state.gov email account.

    "Let's get separate address or device but I don't want any risk of the personal being accessible," Clinton responded to Abedin.

    Clinton never used a government account that was set up for her, instead continuing to rely on her private server until leaving office.

    The email was not among the tens of thousands of emails Clinton turned over to the agency in response to public records lawsuits seeking copies of her official correspondence. Abedin, who also used a private account on Clinton's server, provided a copy from her own inbox after the State Department asked her to return any work-related emails. That copy of the email was publicly cited last month in a blistering audit by the State Department's inspector general that concluded Clinton and her team ignored clear internal guidance that her email setup violated federal standards and could have left sensitive material vulnerable to hackers.

    "While this exchange was not part of the approximately 55,000 pages provided to the State Department by former Secretary Clinton, the exchange was included within the set of documents Ms. Abedin provided the department in response to our March 2015 request," State Department spokesman John Kirby told The Associated Press on Thursday.

    Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said she provided "all potentially work-related emails" that were still in her possession when she received the 2014 request from the State Department.

    "Secretary Clinton had some emails with Huma that Huma did not have, and Huma had some emails with Secretary Clinton that Secretary Clinton did not have," Fallon said.

    Fallon declined to say whether Clinton deleted any work-related emails before they were reviewed by her legal team. Clinton's lead lawyer, David Kendall, did not respond to a request for comment Thursday.

    The November 2010 email was among documents released under court order Wednesday to the conservative legal advocacy group Judicial Watch, which has sued the State Department over access to public records related to the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's service as the nation's top diplomat between 2009 and 2013. The case is one of about three dozen lawsuits over access to records related to Clinton, including one filed by the AP.

    Before turning over her emails to the department for review and potential public release, Clinton and her lawyers withheld thousands of additional emails she said were clearly personal, such as those involving what she described as "planning Chelsea's wedding or my mother's funeral arrangements, condolence notes to friends as well as yoga routines, family vacations."

    Clinton has never outlined in detail what criteria she and her lawyers used to determine which emails to release and which to delete, but her 2010 email with Abedin appears clearly work-related under the State Department's own criteria for agency records under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act.

    Dozens of the emails sent or received by Clinton through her private server were later determined to contain classified material. The FBI has been investigating for months whether Clinton's use of the private email server imperiled government secrets. Agents recently interviewed several of Clinton's top aides, including Abedin.

    As part of the probe, Clinton turned over the hard drive from her email server to the FBI. It had been wiped clean, and Clinton has said she did not keep copies of the emails she choose to withhold.

    On Wednesday, lawyers from Judicial Watch, a conservative legal organization, questioned under oath Bryan Pagliano, the computer technician who set up Clinton's private server. A transcript released Thursday shows Pagliano repeatedly responded to detailed questions by invoking his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, as he did last year before a congressional committee.

    Dozens of questions Pagiliano declined to answer included who paid for the system, whether there was technical help to support its users and who else at the State Department used email accounts on it. Pagliano also would not answer whether he discussed setting up a home server with Clinton prior to her tenure as secretary of state, according to the transcript.

    Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said the November 2010 email cited in the inspector general audit was one of more than a dozen work-related emails that his group identified that Clinton sent or received but later failed to turn over the State Department.

    "Contrary to her statement under oath suggesting otherwise, Mrs. Clinton did not return all her government emails to the State Department," Fitton said. "Our goal is to find out what other emails Mrs. Clinton and the State Department are hiding."


    Hil gots some 'splaining to do...
              How To Automatically Backup Your Computer        

    With technology constantly at our fingertips now, many of us are constantly recording memories through pictures and videos that we store on our computer to revisit one day. Then there are so many documents we store on our computers instead of keeping physical copies like tax returns and contracts that are super important we keep records of. Most of us use computers every day and, honestly, it's pretty easy to take for granted that we're always going to have access to those important files. So, what would you do if one day you sat down to your computer and it wouldn't turn on or the files got corrupted and you had to format the hard drive and start over? Visit SmartSavvyLiving.com to read more...

    How To Automatically Backup Your Computer from Smart Savvy Living


              Go Hard or Go Frome (part 1)        
    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (or rather last June in Somerset), much fun was had. It was actually a hen do, and all in honour of Jeni aka Yesterday Girl, who got married in Vegas last July. A fabulous time was had by all (and documented on Instagram) but then the photos got lost on a hard drive and so no blog post was written. But then, a couple of months ago, they got found... hooray!

    So anyway, last June, my girl gang and I drove in convoy to Frome (yes it's pronounced Froom, rather than to rhyme with home but oh well), with me in my little yellow Panda and Bethan in her red Ka. We stayed in a lovely holiday cottage called Stonehenge (s/o to all you Spinal Tap fans) that we found through Snaptrip, which had a pool and games room next door. And we celebrated Jeni's forthcoming marriage with almost none of your standard hen party accessories. Except willy straws. Oh, and willy cutlery.



    I will simply post this as a visual diary of our excursions. There's Wookey Hole, which was quite literal cheesy fun in caves (clogs not recommended), the vintage amusement arcade and mirror maze plus the dinosaur trail outside. We also did a trip into Frome to poke about the vintage shops. While other people's holiday photos can be dull, I assure you all there are lots of good vintage outfits and hair to be seen here! Part 2 coming soon and by the way, all these photos are from Jeni's amazing camera, which explains why they are much better than my knackered old Canon can manage.




    Outside Stone'enge!
    Picnic essentials
    Bathing belles (mostly in What Katie Did!)
    Swedish Hasbeens - not health and safety conscious in caves
    Mirror lols
    Jeni from the slots

    That'll do for now... stay tuned for part 2 of 'Photos I didn't take in Frome'! Also, anyone else now wishing for some summer sunshine?

    Fleur xx
    DiaryofaVintageGirl.com
              Nutsie brings iTunes to Android via the cloud_0        
    Nutsie brings iTunes to Android via the cloud
    As I watched Melodeo engineering Vice President Bob Wise demonstrate the new Nutsie on a Motorola Droid at the company's Seattle office on Monday, I had to wonder why Google doesn't have its own Nutsie-like app. The basic idea behind the current version of Nutsie is simple: you have a bunch of songs stored in iTunes on your computer that you'd like on your phone, but you don't want to buy an Apple iPhone (perhaps because of AT&amp;T). For $19.95, you can download the Nutsie app for phones running Google's Android, Research In Motion's BlackBerry, Microsoft's Windows Mobile, and various other mobile platforms, then grab the Nutsie uploader for your computer, and it will automatically sync your iTunes library to your mobile phone. You never need to plug your phone into your computer, and any changes to iTunes are automatically synced to the cloud and then to your phone. Nutsie also recommends other songs based on the contents of your library, then integrates those songs into your iTunes playlists. (This function forms the basis of Effin Genius, an iPhone app that creates playlists based on your library; Melodeo basically stripped the Serendipity feature out of Nutsie and made it into an iPhone app.)There has been one big drawback to Nutsie: it required you to use playlists, and you couldn't navigate to single songs, as you could do with iTunes on an iPhone. It was more like Internet radio than a true iTunes clone. This all changes with the new version of Nutsie, which is slated to come out for Android phones this quarter. Whereas past versions uploaded only data about songs, then streamed copies of those songs from Nutsie's servers, the forthcoming version is more like a digital storage locker: it will let users upload their entire iTunes library to Nutsie's servers, then access that content from their Android phone. The playback experience will be almost exactly the same as if they were using an iPhone. Nutsie will also cache songs to the device, so once users have played a particular song, they won't need to have an active Internet connection to play it again. So why hasn't Google made something like Nutsie an Android standard? Android's music sync is one of its worst features--users have to mount the device as a hard drive before they can transfer files to it--and the onboard storage for the Nexus One is a paltry 4GB (expandable, but still).If any company has embraced the cloud, it's Google. So why not make local storage obsolete? Untether users' music libraries from their PCs and stream them from the cloud instead. It would make sense for users and would provide a treasure trove of information about users--their musical tastes--to help Google target advertisements even more effectively.The more I think about it, the more it makes sense. After all, Google has already added playable music streams to its search results, and Apple reportedly bought Lala in part to keep it out of Google's hands. If it agrees, the question is, will Google build it or buy it?Correction, 4:48 p.m. PST: This post mischaracterized how the upcoming version of Nutsie will function. It will upload songs directly from users' computer-based iTunes libraries to Nutsie's servers, then allow users to access those songs from their phones.



              A Taste of New York        

    This is the third episode of our independent „A Taste of ...“ time lapse series.
    In September 2016 we visited this awesome city to try out some new time lapse stuff.
    It took us 10 days, a lot of burgers and one helicopter ride to produce this video. 10 days is very little time to discover this city of endless opportunities, so we hardly slept anything and shot day and night for this time lapse film. The city that never sleeps indeed!

    The Taxishot:
    Over the 10 days we took photos of yellow cabs whenever we had time to from as many different angles as possible. So we gathered 2000 (!) photos in total we had to sort afterwards and compile to a hyperlapse around a cab in post production. It took us 5 whole days in post production to get this one shot.

    Technical Details:
    In 10 days we shot 65.000 Photos taking up 2,6 TB of our hard drives. The final 3 minute video took 36h to render on the best equipped iMac available.

    Other “A Taste of ...” Episodes:
    A Taste of Vienna (2016) vimeo.com/156161909
    A Taste of Austria (2015) vimeo.com/121649600

    Video by:
    Peter Jablonowski // Thomas Pöcksteiner // Lorenz Pritz
    filmspektakel.com

    Sounddesign by Alex Clement
    alexclement.at

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    + Sony a7rII ( amzn.to/2qFRJq4 )
    + Sony a6300 ( amzn.to/2rEolhf )
    + 2x Canon 6D ( amzn.to/2r4kihV )
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    + Tamron 24-70mm F2,8 ( amzn.to/2qJ707z )
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    + Emotimo Spectrum
    + Pocketslider
    + Edelkrone SliderPlus
    + Came TV Single ( amzn.to/2qFS6B1 )
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    + several Manfrotto Tripods
    + Togopod ( amzn.to/2qJsK2X )

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              Is this thing on?        
    Hello All of you millions of worshiping readers of Broken Bindings. Guess what?


    I GOT A BRANDY-NEW COMPUTER!

    and I really needed one too.

    The old system was truly old. Being the wife of a programmer/system engineer, you may think that I would live in a technophile/crazy gadget house.

    WRONG!

    It's almost like the story of the shoemaker and his wife. Our system was a patched-together frankenstein like creation, barely chugging along. When our very very old previous system no longer suited our needs, we were lucky enough to be given a computer by my mother. She won it in a drawing at her office. Yippee? or not

    It came with ONLY FLOPPY DRIVES. So, of course my dear hubby simply ordered a cd/rom drive from the manufacturer's web site. Okay so far.....

    That was seven years ago. Except for one minor memery card upgrade so the bookworm could play a game sent to her by my in-laws, no further upgrades were undertaken.

    Well, Windows 98 sucks, you all know that, but it was working okay for the most part. We have cable ISP, so things ran pretty fast despite our dinosaur-age apparatus. Then the trojans hit.

    Suddenly things were dragging. I had no idea what was going on. My hubby realized the problem. In my naivetee, we had no virus/spyware protection. Hence- the next MISERABLE piece of software was installed.

    The evil N*rton 2003.

    ICK ICK ICK ICK ICK ICK.

    It did rid us of viruses and trojans. But evidently, while I zipped along using my computer, the system I thought was protecting me was actually LOADING my hard drives with crap. They had an application called clean sweep that was supposed to help get rid of unneccesary files. Didn't work. To make an already long, long story short, we realized this, and decided to upgrade to the 2005 version.

    BIG MISTAKE. HUGE

    My system crashed. 2003 would tell you it was uninstalled, but it really wasn't. The 2005 would not install properly. After screaming, crying, cursing, gnashing of teeth, etc, I gave up. The N*rton web site WOULD NOT HELP ME, because we had clean sweep installed, and it was no longer supported by the EVIL software company. I had no where to go for help, dammit!


    After complaining, whining, flattering, demanding, screaming, and then finally thretening to withhold sexual favors, I this week FINALLY convinced the dear hubby that it was time for a new computer. Whew!

    Sleek. Black. Pretty.

    And FAST! YAY!

    So, I am back now, if there is anyone still checking here. Good to see you. I have many many entries to make, and will hopefully be updating frequently now that the kiddies are back in school.





              11% of second hand hard drives contain personal information, study reveals        
    Britain's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has discovered that more than one in every ten second hand hard drives contains recoverable personal information of the original owner.
    Read More This topic first appeared in the Spiceworks Community
              Use Gmail As a DropBox Like Personal File Server        

    Online file storage services like DropBox are very popular among users. Users can upload their files, photos, videos, etc from their hard drive and can access them from anywhere in the world. But such services generally offer limited space for free. Watch this easy to understand video tutorial and learn how to make your Gmail […]

    The post Use Gmail As a DropBox Like Personal File Server appeared first on techtrickz.


              Kelebihan dan Kekurangan Windows 8        
    Pengembang aplikasi (developer) menyambut hangat kedatangannya, yang diyakini membawa angin segar dalam hal pengembangan maupun bisnis. Kelebihan dan kekurangan apa saja yang ada di Windows 8? Sistem operasi besutan Microsoft ini hadir dalam tiga versi, yakni Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, dan Windows 8 RT.
    Microsoft kini membuka toko aplikasi online di Windows 8, yang diberi nama Windows Store. Dengan adanya toko aplikasi online ini, para pengguna diharapkan tertib mengunduh aplikasi dari Windows Store. Ini memudahkan developer dalam mengontrol aplikasi mereka.


    Microsoft pun menjamin para pengguna Windows 8 akan merasakan pengalaman yang sama bagi penggunadesktop, tablet, maupun smartphone. Dengan kata lain, saat menggunakan di komputer meja, Anda akan merasakan menggunakan sebuah tablet ataupun smartphone.

    KELEBIHAN WINDOWS 8

    1. Penampilan Lebih Dinamis
    Sama seperti telepon seluler (ponsel) cerdas dan tablet, komputer yang menggunakan sistem operasi Windows 8 dilengkapi dengan fitur notifikasi dan informasi saat ini, terkait akun Anda di dunia maya. Misalnya saja kotak masuk surat elektronik (e-mail). Selain itu Anda juga akan otomatis terhubung dengan situs penyimpanan data milik Windows, Skydrive.

    2. Sistem Pencarian Data Lebih Universal
    Dengan Windows 8, Anda lebih mudah dalam mencari data yang diinginkan. Cukup mengetik nama data di tampilan awal, langsung muncul beberapa pilihan data yang terkait.

    3. Ketersediaan dan Kemudahan Aplikasi Pendukung
    Anda memiliki banyak pilihan dan kemudahan untuk mendapat Aplikasi pendukung jika komputer Anda menggunakan sistem operasi Windows 8.

    Kelebihan Windows 8 yang lain :
    • Booting yang cepat. Bahkan bisa lebih cepat dari hidupnya monitor pc saat ini. Waktu Booting windows 8 hanya 8 detik. Tak ada lagi flashing layar BIOS.
    • Lebih Aman. Karena saat booting, Windows 8 dilengkapi dengan Secure Boot yang bekerja dengan BIOS berbasis UEFI sehingga bisa melindungi PC dari malware saat booting.
    • Cocok dengan Semua Software. Semua software yang berjalan di Windows 7 akan juga bisa dipakai pada Windows 8 sehingga user tak perlu upgrade PC. Menurut Microsoft, prosesor Intel Atom dan RAM 1 GB sudah cukup untuk menjalankan OS ini.
    • Spesifikasi hardware yang rendah (bahkan bisa untuk tablet). Windows 8 mendukung perangkat yang memakai infrastruktur chip ARM. Hal ini diharapkan memperluas jangkauan Windows 8 di arena tablet, mengingat kebanyakan tablet yang beredar saat ini memakai chip ARM.
    • Memiliki tampilan yang segar. Windows 8 atau Win 8 memiliki menu yang disusun rapi dengan desain Metro. Akses ke jejaring sosial juga bisa langsung dilakukan di layar awal.
    • Dioptimalisasi untuk layar sentuh. Windows 7 memang support layar sentuh, namun tidak optimal dari sisi desain dan kemudahan pengoperasian. Berbeda dengan Windows 8, interfacenya yang dijuluki sebagai Metro benar-benar dioptimalkan untuk sentuhan dengan wujud ala interface Windows Phone.
    • Toko aplikasi Windows Store. Windows 8 akan memiliki toko aplikasi sendiri yang dinamakan Windows Store. Windows Store menyediakan berbagai aplikasi yang dioptimalkan untuk Windows 8.
    • Mendukung NFC (Near Field Communications). Windows 8 akan mendukung NFC, sebuah teknologi yang kegunaanya antara lain untuk transaksi keuangan digital. Tablet yang memakai Windows 8 pun kemungkinan besar akan otomatis menyertakan fitur ini.
    • Internet Explorer 10. Internet Explorer 10 dijanjikan membawa perubahan besar ketimbang versi IE terdahulu. Browser ini diklaim sangat ramah digunakan baik dalam tablet maupun PC.
     Fitur-fitur yang mendukung Windows 8
    1. Touchscreen Support
    Windows 8 adalah sistem operasi yang didesain hibrid oleh Microsoft. Sepertinya sejak awal Microsoft pun sudah mempersiapkan beberapa produknya untuk bisa beradaptasi dengan teknologi layar sentuh, misalnya saja ribbon style yang hadir di Office 2007, kemudian di Office 2010 dan Office 2013 perubahan antarmuka ini semakin kentara dengan tombol yang besar-besar, flat, dan dapat diakses langsung tanpa beberapa kali klik.

    1. Metro User Interface
    Windows 8 hadir dengan tema Metro Style, coba anda perhatikan tanda-tanda yang ada di Airport atau Stasiun kereta api, pasti mirip dengan icon-icon yang ada di Windows 8 gayanya. Tampilan Metro ini identik dengan warna yang kontras antara ikon dengan latar belakangnya, bentuknya simpel,  dan tidak terlalu banyak warna-warna eyecandy.

    1. Apps (Mail, Messaging, SkyDrive, Reader, Music, People)
    Windows 8 juga sudah dipersiapkan untuk penyimpanan di cloud misalnya hadirnya SkyDrive, selain itu juga dilengkapi builin fitur untuk layanan email, chatting dengan Messaging, news reader dengan Reader, Music dan juga People yang bisa konek ke Social media seperti facebook.
    1. Start Screen, Semantic Zoom, Live Tiles
    Terilhami dengan start screen yang ada pada perangkat tablet atau smartphone terkini, Windows 8 kini hadir juga dengan Start Screen, anda mesti menggeser layar ini dulu untuk login. Kalau pake mouse agak bingung sebenarnya, tapi kalau pake komputer yang mendukung layar sentuh lebih enak.
    Semantic Zoom juga diinject-kan ke dalam OS ini sehingga user bisa menzoom-out layar untuk mencari aplikasi lebih cepat. Kemudian Live Tiles juga dibenamkan di OS ini sehingga informasi terupdate dari aplikasi yang terinstall seperti informasi cuaca, notifikasi email, jam, kalender, atau nilai pergerakan saham atau status terbaru dari teman-temanmu bisa langsung tampil pada icon aplikasi yang ada di Start Screen.

    1. Microsoft Account
    Windows 8 juga sudah dilengkapi dengan Microsoft Account, otomatis para pengguna Windows akan memiliki account ini agar bisa terkonek ke Windows Store. Dengan Microsoft Account, maka kamu bisa mengupdate aplikasi terbaru secara otomatis.

    1. Language Packs
    Windows 8 juga hadir dengan berbagai bahasa, sebenarnya fitur ini sudah ada di versi sebelumnya, hanya saja di Windows 8 fitur ini semakin disempurnakan. Bahasa Indonesia pun juga sudah ada.

    1. Better Multiple Monitor Support
    Fitur multiple Monitor juga sudah hadir sebelumnya di Windows XP atau Windows 7, tetapi di Windows 8 fitur Multiple Monitor ini lebih dimanage dengan baik oleh Microsoft, sehingga kegiatan multitasking user bisa lebih baik lagi. Misalnya saja kamu punya 3 monitor, satu monitor bisa diatur untuk tampilan Start Screen Metro, satu monitor kamu pakai untuk baca buku dan diatur Portrait, satu monitor lagi kamu pakai landscape untuk mengetik atau nonton film layar lebar.

    1. Storage Spaces
    Sebelum hadirnya Storage Spaces di Windows 8, Microsoft memiliki teknologi yang dikenal dengan nama Drive Extender yang ada pada Windows Home Server.  Dengan teknologi ini seandainya saja di komputermu terinstall 2 atau 3 atau 4 harddisk, maka Windows bisa mengganggapnya sebagai satu kesatuan harddisk, menjadi satu harddisk besar.
    Teknologi ini cocok buat user yang punya segudang data besar sehingga tidak pusing dengan media penyimpanan. Misalnya saja harddisk pertama sisa 500 MB kemuian harddisk kedua ternyata sisa 2 GB terus harddisk ketiga sisa 3 GB, tapi kamu mau install game terbaru yang butuh space 4 GB misalnya. Kalau pakai teknologi biasa maka harddiskmu tidak ada yang muat, tetapi dengan teknologi
      ini maka game tersebut tetap bisa diinstall.
    Teknologi Drive Extender ini tidak lama ditarik oleh Microsoft, tetapi kemudian di Windows 8 teknologi ini hadir kembali dengan nama Storage Spaces. Dari namanya sebenarnya biasa saja tapi fungsinya ternyata istimewa.

    1. Installation of x86/64 and Desktop Software
    Generasi sebelum Windows 8 terkenal dengan x86/64, namun dengan setelah hadir Windows 8, Microsoft seperti membuat platform baru untuk aplikasi sehingga membuat developer mesti adaptasi lagi. Untuk itu di Windows 8 hadir fitur ini, yang memungkinkan user menginstall aplikasi-aplikasi yang sebelumnya bisa jalan di Windows XP atau Windows 7.

    1. Windows Media Player
    Maaf sebelumnya tapi ternyata di Windows 8, Windows Media Player tidak ikut serta dalam satu paket saat installasi. Fitur Windows Media Player Tidak Ada adalah fitur terbaru di Windows 8. Tetapi begitu kamu membuka Windows Store, disana ada aplikasi Windows Media Player yang tersedia gratis, tinggal download dan install. Saya pikir Microsoft berusaha tidak mengulangi kesalahannya yang dulu, karena di Eropa sempat digugat dengan tuduhan memonopoli akibat adanya Windows Media Player yang mengakibatkan vendor software multimedia sepertinya sulit bersaing.

    1. ISO/VHD mount
    Fitur ini dulu tidak ada di Windows XP atau Windows 7, biasanya kalau mau me-mount file ISO atau VHD (Virtual Hard Drive) mesti menggunakan software khusus. Di Windows 8 fitur ini disediakan gratis. Dengan fitur ini kamu bisa mengcopy sebuah DVD dalam format ISO, kamu copot DVD-nya, kemudian kamu mount file ISO-tersebut dan kamu tetap bisa menonton isi DVD-nya.

    1. Exchange ActiveSync
    Fitur ini berfungsi untuk sinkronisasi email atau kontak yang ada di server Exchange dengan aplikasi Mail bawaan Windows. Kalau dikomputermu tidak konek ke server Exhange fitur ini tidak terlalu berguna.

    1. Mobile Broadband Features
    Kalau kamu lagi di luar rumah atau kantor biasanya kamu konek ke Internet pakai apa, pasti biasanya pake Modem USB dengan kartu GSM di dalamnya. Windows 8 tampaknya juga sudah mempersiapkan diri dengan teknologi tersebut, dengan adanya fitur Mobile Broadband.

    1. Refresh and Reset your PC
    Apabila PC-mu sudah mulai terasa lebih lambat jalannya atau sering ngadat, biasanya solusi terakhir adalah install ulang Windows, solusi yang sama juga terjadi apabila PC-mu menjadi sarang virus dan malware, tidak ada jalan lain selain Install ulang Windows. Tampaknya hal itu juga yang mendasari hadirnya fitur ini. Fitur Refresh dan Reset PC ini baru ada di Windows 8. Fitur ini sebenarnya berbahaya kalau user makainya sembarangan.
    Fitur Reset Your PC akan menghapus semua data aplikasi, setting dan personal data kemudian menginstall ulang Windows secara otomatis, pokoknya Windows akan dikembalikan ke kondisi pertama saat diinstall.
    Sedangkan fitur Refresh your PC tidak akan menghapus data personal, aplikasi atau setting-nya, tetapi akan menginstall ulang Windows.

    1. Snap
    Untuk urusan User Interface memang Microsoft tidak ada matinya, Windows terbukti sukses karena banyak user yang gampang menggunakannya. Di Windows 8, hadir fitur Snap, yang bisa membuat aplikasi jalan secara berdampingan, dengan layar yang otomatis tersusun rapi.  Fitur ini cocok apabila resolusi layarmu tinggi misalnya 1366×768.

    1. Secure Boot
    Untuk meningkatkan security pada OS-nya, Windows 8 hadir dengan fitur Secure Boot. Titik lemah OS ada saat booting, apabila ada aplikasi lain atau malware yang mengganggu booting tersebut maka Windows tidak akan berjalan. Fitur ini akan mencegah hal itu, bahkan fitur ini juga akan mengakibatkan hanya OS Windows 8 saja yang berjalan meskipun di PC anda juga terinstall OS lain seperti Linux.

    1. Internet Explorer 10
    Belum lama saya mencoba Internet Explorer 9, di Windows 8 kini sudah hadir Internet Explorer 10. Internet Explorer 9 sendiri sudah mengalami peningkatan performance yang jauh lebih baik dari sebelumnya, terutama dari segi rendering yang semakin cepat, mesin javascript yang jauh lebih cepat. Hadirnya Internet Explorer 10 semakin meramaikan persaingan browser yang semakin sengit. Di IE 10 bahkan kamu bisa menjalankan game berbasis javascript dengan smooth.

    1. Cloud Services
    Zaman sekarang kita sudah memasuki era Cloud Computing, data yang ada di Smartphone, tablet atau PC semuanya bisa tersimpan pada cloud dan tersinkron dengan baik. Windows 8 juga hadir dengan fitur Cloud Services untuk teknologi tersebut.

    1. Picture Password
    Picture Password adalah fitur terbaru Windows 8 yang belum ada di Windows sebelumnya. Dengan fitur ini kita bisa menciptakan password berupa dari pola sentuhan pada gambar. Tapi fitur ini hanya cocok untuk layar sentuh.

    1. Windows To Go
    Fitur Windows To Go berfungsi untuk membuat bootable USB Drive yang bisa dipakai untuk booting Windows.

    1. Smart Screen
    Smart Screen adalah fitur Windows 8 untuk mencegah user dari  mendowload atau menginstall aplikasi yang berbahaya buat PC, misalnya saja aplikasi tersebut terinfeksi malware.

    1. Updated Windows Explorer
    Sejak zaman Windows 95 sampai Windows XP, windows explorer tidak terlalu banyak perubahan. Saat di Windows 7 ada perubahan tapi Windows 8, Windows Explorer kini hadir dengan tampilan yang lebih fresh dan ribbon Style.

    1. Windows Defender
    Windows Defender adalah aplikasi AntiVirus bawaan Windows untuk menangani malware dan virus. Teknologi yang dipakai Windows Defender sama dengan teknologi Microsoft Security Essential. Windows Defender akan menon-aktifkan dirinya apabila user menginstall antivirus lainnya.

    1. File History
    File History adalah fitur terbaru Windows 8 yang berfungsi untuk backup file secara otomatis. Fitur ini untuk melindungi data user apabila terjadi masalah pada system. Setiap kali terjadi perubahan pada file di Dekstop, My Document, Contact dan sebagainya, maka sistem akan otomatis mengcopy file tersebut ke lokasi tertentu. User bisa menentukan lokasi tersebut sesuai keinginan, bisa ke harddisk external atau server lain.

    1. Hyper V
    Hyper V adalah fitur Windows 8 terbaru untuk virtualisasi, fitur ini memiliki fungsi yang sama dengan Microsoft Virtual PC.

    1. Connected Standby
    Ramah energi dan hemat baterai adalah salah satu yang dikejar oleh OS tablet, begitu pula dengan Windows 8. Tidak seperti Windows 7 atau Windows yang sebelumnya, fitur Connected Standby ini diklaim sebagai Very Ultra Idle Power oleh Microsoft alias benar-benar hanya mengkonsumsi sedikit sekali energi saat komputer dalam keadaan idle, namun tetap Connected sehingga segala informasi terbaru juga tetap terupdate di aplikasi. Sebut saja misalkan ada aplikasi facebook atau twitter di Windows 8, kemudian anda tinggal tidur atau kemana, begitu anda kembali dan menyalakan PC atau tablet Windows 8 maka informasi tersebut akan langsung terupdate.



    KEKURANGAN WINDOWS 8

    Sejak windows 8 hadir, Microsoft menginginkan agar semua aplikasi (kecuali game) dapat mengadopsi tampilan Windows 8-style UI. Beberapa pengembang aplikasi sebenarnya kurang nyaman dengan peraturan ini. Semua aplikasi akan terlihat sama, dengan desain kotak-kotak. Dalam pelatihan membuat aplikasi Windows 8, pertanyaan semacam ini sering dilontarkan para developer.

    1.      Tidak Ada Tombol Start dan Close X

    Sayangnya, tidak ada tombol start dan Close X di tampilan muka Windows 8. Hal ini membuat pengguna bingung dan sulit untuk memulai pekerjaan, menutup pekerjaan atau mengakses program. Meski adanya sistem pencarian data, tapi keberadaan tombol Start dinilai sangat penting untuk kemudahan pengguna.

    Untuk mengakhiri tugas di Windows 8, Anda mesti mengarahkan panah mouse Anda ke atas aplikasi. Setelah muncul tombol tangan, Anda harus men-drag-nya, dan barulah program tersebut tertutup.

    2.      Banyak File Atau Aplikasi Tersembunyi

    Ini yang mungkin paling membingungkan bagi pengguna Windows 8. Sebab, saat beroperasi, hanya tersedia dua data atau aplikasi yang bisa terbuka secara bersamaan, sementara data lainnya tersembunyi. Anda mesti menggunakan fitur pencarian universal untuk membuka data yang lain.

    Sekadar informasi, Windows 8 akan dipasarkan dengan kisaran harga 69,99 dolar Amerika Serikat. Sampai dengan akhir Januari 2013, konsumen yang saat ini menjalankan PC dengan Windows XP, Windows Vista atau Windows 7, berhak untuk mengunduh (download) Windows 8 Pro dengan estimasi harga eceran 39,99 dolar AS.



              Kodi client on Raspberry Pi (OpenElec) and connecting to Window 10 server        
    For my bedroom, I got a Raspberry Pi 3, running OpenElec (Linux).

    In my living room, I have a PVR and tuners running on Windows 10 Pro (Home edition).

    Files are being written to a local drive, and I've shared the folder.

    I've been reading a LOT of post saying a Windows update from November 2015 broke Windows file sharing client for Kodi devices running Linux.

    Bad news: I've tried everything in the world to get the SMB share to work (MCSE with 30 years experience) but no joy.

    Good news: I was able to get DLNA to work.

    Apparently there's 3 version of SMB running on Windows now.

    When I disable SMB version 2, and enable version 1, DLNA worked.

    I don't think it's related, but I also opened up port 445, the Netlogon port.

    Hopefully this will give someone the clues needed to get SMB to work.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-nz/kb/2696547

    On a different unrelated note, I discovered you can attach a USB drive to Raspberry PI, as long as the drive has an external power supply. The amps from Raspberry Pi USB port isn't enough for a hard drive.

              The Failure of Cyber Security and the Startups Who Will Save Us        
    2014 will be remembered as the year the cyber dam broke, breached by sophisticated hackers who submerged international corporations and government agencies in a flood of hurt. Apple, Yahoo, PF Changs, AT&T, Google, Walmart, Dairy Queen, UPS, eBay, Neiman Marcus, US Department of Energy and the IRS all reported major losses of private data relating to customers, patients, taxpayers and employees. Breaches at Boeing, US Transportation Command, US Army Corps of Engineers, and US Investigations Services (who runs the FBI’s security clearance checks) reported serious breaches of national security. Prior to last year, devastating economic losses had accrued only to direct targets of cyberwarfare, such as RSA and Saudi Aramaco, but in 2014, at least five companies with no military ties -- JP Morgan, Target, Sony, Kmart, and Home Depot – incurred losses exceeding $100M from forensic expenses, investments in remediation, fines, legal fees, re-organizations, and class-action lawsuits, not to mention damaged brands.

    The press has already reported on where things went wrong at each company, promoting a false sense of security based on the delusion that remediating this vulnerability or that one would have prevented the damage. This kind of forensic review works for aviation disasters, where we have mature, well understood systems and we can fix the problems we find in an airplane. But information networks are constantly changing, and adversaries constantly invent new exploits. If one doesn’t work, they simply use another, and therein lies the folly of forensics.

    Only when you step back and look at 2014 more broadly can you see a pattern that points toward a systemic failure of the security infrastructure underlying corporate networks, described below. So until we see a seismic shift in how vendors and enterprises think about security, hackers will only accelerate their pace of “ownership” of corporate and government data assets.

    The Sprawl of Cyberwarfare

    The breaches of 2014 demonstrate how cyberwarfare has fueled the rampant spread of cyber crime.

    For the past decade, the world’s three superpowers, as well as UK, North Korea and Israel, quietly developed offensive capabilities for the purposes of espionage and military action. Destructive attacks by geopolitical adversaries have clearly been reported on private and public sector targets in the US, Iran, South Korea, North Korea, Israel, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. While Snowden exposed the extent of cyber espionage by the US, no one doubts that other nations prowl cyberspace to a similar or greater extent.

    The technical distinction of these national cyber agencies is that they developed the means to target specific data assets or systems around the world, and to work their way through complex networks, over months or years, to achieve their missions. Only a state could commit the necessary combination of resources for such a targeted attack: the technical talent to create zero-day exploits and stealthy implants; labs that duplicate the target environment (e.g. the Siemens centrifuges of a nuclear enrichment facility); the field agents to conduct on-site ops (e.g. monitoring wireless communications, finding USB ports, or gaining employment); and years of patience. As a result of these investments in “military grade” cyber attacks, the best of these teams can boast a mission success rate close to 100%.

    But cyber weapons are even harder to contain than conventional ones. Cyberwar victories have inspired terrorists, hacktivists and criminals to follow suit, recruiting cyber veterans and investing in the military grade approach. (Plus, some nations have started targeting companies directly.) No longer content to publish malware and wait for whatever data pop up, criminals now identify the crown jewels of businesses and target them with what we call Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). You want credit cards? Get 56 million of them from Home Depot. You want to compromise people with the most sensitive secrets? Go to straight to the FBI’s archive of security clearances. You want the design of a new aircraft? Get it from Boeing. You need data for committing online bank theft? Get it for 76 million households at JP Morgan Chase.

    That’s why cyberspace exploded in 2014.

    This is Not the Common Cold

    But why are the crown jewels so exposed? Haven’t these companies all spent millions of dollars every year on firewalls, anti-virus software, and other security products? Don’t their IT departments have security engineers and analysts to detect and deflect these attacks?

    The problem is that up until this year, corporate networks were instrumented to defend against generic malware attacks that cause minimal damage to each victim. Generic malware might redirect your search page, crash your hard drive, or install a bot to send spam or mine bitcoin. It’s not looking for your crown jewels because it doesn’t know who you are. It may worm its way to neighboring machines, but only in a singular, rudimentary way that jumps at most one or two hops. It’s automated and scalable – stealing pennies from all instead of fortunes from a few. If it compromises a few machines here and there, no big deal.

    But with Advanced Persistent Threats, a human hacker directs the activity, carefully spreading the implant, so even the first point of infection can lead to devastation. These attacks are more like Ebola than the common cold, so what we today call state-of-the-art security is only slightly more effective than taking Airborne (and that’s a low bar). As long as corporate networks are porous to any infection at all, hackers can launch stealth campaigns jumping from host to host as they map the network, steal passwords, spread their agents, and exfiltrate data. Doubling down on malware filters will help, but it can never be 100% effective. All it takes is one zero-day exploit, or a single imprudent click on a malicious email, tweet or search result, for the campaign to begin. Or the attacker can simply buy a point of entry from the multitudes of hackers who already have bots running on the Internet.

    Too Big Data

    The dependence on malware filters is only half the problem. Ask any Chief Information Officer about his or her security infrastructure and you will hear all about the Secure Operation Center in which analysts pour over alerts and log files  (maybe even 24/7) identifying anomalies that may indicate security incidents. These analysts are tasked with investigating the incidents and rooting out any unauthorized activity inside the network. So even if someone can trespass the network, analysts will stop them. And indeed, thousands of security products today participate in the ecosystem by finding anomalies and generating alerts for the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system. Every week a new startup pops up, touting an innovative way to plow through log files, network stats, and other Big Data to identify anomalies.

    But sometimes anomalies are just anomalies, and that’s why a human analyst has to investigate each alert before taking any pre-emptive action, such as locking a user out of the network or re-imaging a host. And with so many products producing so many anomalies, they are overwhelmed with too much data. They typically see a thousand incidents every day, with enough time to investigate twenty. (You can try to find more qualified analysts but only with diminishing returns, as each one sees less of the overall picture.)

    That’s why, for example, when a FireEye system at Target spotted the malware used to exfiltrate 40 million credit cards, it generated an alert for the Secure Operations Center in Minneapolis, and nothing happened. Similarly, a forensic review at Neiman Marcus revealed more than 60 days of uninvestigated alerts that pointed to exfiltrating malware. SONY knew they were under attack for two years leading up to their catastrophic breach, and still they couldn’t find the needles in the haystack.

    And yet, the drumbeat marches on, as security vendors old and new continue to tout their abilities to find anomalies.  They pile more and more alerts into the SIEM, guaranteeing that most will drop on the floor. No wonder APTs are so successful.

    A Three Step Program

    "Know Thy Self, Know Thy Enemy" - Sun Tzu, The Art of War

    We need to adapt to this new reality, and the cyber security industry needs to enable it. Simply put, businesses need to focus their time and capital on stopping the most devastating attacks.

    The first step here is to figure out what those attacks look like. What are your crown jewels? What are the worst case scenarios? Do you have patient data, credit cards, stealth fighter designs, a billion dollars in the bank, damning emails, or a critical server that, if crippled by a Distributed Denial of Service attack, would cause your customers to instantly drop you? As you prioritize the threats, identify your adversaries. Is it a foreign competitor, Anonymous, disgruntled employees, or North Korea? Every business is different, and each has a different boogeyman. The good news is that even though most CEO’s have never thought about it, this first step is easy and nearly free. (Cyber experts like Good Harbor or the BVP-funded K2 Intelligence can facilitate the process.)

    Second, businesses need real-time threat intelligence that relate to their unique threatscapes. Almost every security technology depends upon a Black List that identifies malicious IP addresses, device fingerprints, host names, domains, executables or email addresses, but naturally they come with generic, one-size-fits-all data. Dozens of startups now sell specialized threat intel, such as BVP-funded Internet Identity, which allows clusters of similar companies to pool their cyber intelligence, or BVP-funded iSight Partners, whose global field force of over 100 analysts track and profile cyber adversaries and how to spot them in your network. What better way for your analysts to investigate the most important incidents, than to prioritize the ones associated with your most formidable adversaries?

    "This is a global problem. We don't have a malware problem. We have an adversary problem. There are people being paid to try to get inside our systems 24/7"         
    - Tony Cole, FireEye VP on CNN

    And finally, security analysts need fewer alerts, not more. Instead of finding more anomalies, startups would better spend their time finding ways to eliminate alerts that don’t matter, and highlighting the ones that do. They would provide the analysts with better tools for connecting the alerts into incidents and campaigns, tapping into the skills of experienced “military grade” hackers to profile the attack patterns.

    Outlook

    The challenge of securing data today is obviously complex, with many other pressing opportunities for improvement such as cloud security, mobile security, application security and encryption. But as cyberwar spreads to the commercial Internet, re-orienting enterprise security to focus on Advanced Persistent Threats should be the single most important initiative for businesses and vendors alike. Of course, inertia is powerful, and it may take boards of directors, CISOs, product managers, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists another tumultuous year in cyberspace to get the message.

              Under the covers of a memory access        
    When someone writes a computer program, they use many statements that look something like A=B+1. This simple operataion retrieves a piece of data from memory location B, adds one to it, and then stores the result in memory location B. Statements of this form are incredibly common in computer programs; they probably make up the majority of the operations performed by programs. With something so simple and common, you would think that it would be a trivial matter for the computer to carry it out. This is not the case at all. In this posting, I will give a very high-level introduction to some of the steps involved in just retrieving a single piece of data from memory. I have made a number of simplifications (such as placing the memory address translation before any of the caches), but hopefully it is detailed enough to give people a taste of the complexities involved.

    The first step is to translate the memory address used by the program into a different address, called a physical address. Most modern computers use a special thing called a memory-management unit (MMU) to allow each process on a system to pretend that it is the only thing running. It does this by having the process use a large set of virtual ("fake") addresses which are then translated by the MMU into physical ("real") addresses on demand. Of course, this can be a slow process; the computer must have a set of translation tables for each process that map from virtual to physcical memory addresses, and it must consult this table for every single memory access. These tables are stored in the computer's memory, and thus each memory access potentially turns into TWO memory accesses. Fortunately, a high-speed caching mechanism called the TLB is used to speed up translation table lookups, which makes the virtual-to-physical translation process fast enough to be feasible.

    Once the computer has the physical address of the desired item in memory, it then proceeds to look in a set of high-speed caches for it. Although the RAM in a computer is incredibly fast when compared to something like a hard drive, it is actually somewhat slow when compared to the speed of a CPU. Thus, memory caches exist between the processor and memory that are small but fast. Whenever a piece of data is retrieved from RAM, it is subsequently placed into one or more of these caches so that future references to it are much quicker. A lot of effort has been put into making these various caches as fast and efficient as possible, as they can have a dramatic effect on the performance of a computer. In many modern computers, there are two levels of caches: L1, which is very small but also very fast, and L2, which is somewhat larger but also somewhat slower. Some processors even have a third cache (L3) that is even larger than the previous two. Each of these caches must be checked in turn to see if one of them contains the requested data.

    If the requested data is not in any of the caches, then the computer is forced to actually retrieve it from main memory. This is a somewhat lengthy process and is one of the big obstacles in speeding up computers; in the time that it takes to retrieve a piece of data from memory, a processor could possibly execute hundreds or thousands of instructions. Unfortunately, the processor many times must simply sit and twiddle its thumbs while the memory system services the request.

    There is another complication, though. Sometimes the operating system on the computer will tell a little white lie to the running processes by letting them believe that something is in RAM when it really is on the hard drive. This can happen in a few different circumstances, the most well-known of which is when the operating system "swaps" something out from memory to the drive. This works rather well when a block of data doesn't need to be used soon, but it does complicate memory accesses because the operating system needs to dynamically and transparently move things in and out of memory. Thus, if the requested piece of data has been swapped out to the hard drive, the memory system will essentially wake up the operating system and tell it to put it back into memory. This process is incredibly time consuming and involves thousands and thousands of additional memory accesses, as the operating system must determine where the data is located on the hard drive and communicate with the disk to load it in.

    Once the requested piece of data has been found, the memory system returns the data to the processor (placing it into one or more of the caches along the way). After all is said and done, that single memory access has potentially cause numerous additional memory accesses, instruction executions, and even hard disk accesses. It is easy to see why computer and operating system designers work very hard to mitigate the costs associated with memory accesses by taking full advantage of high-speed caching mechanisms and advanced algorithms to predict program behavior. Even compilers use special tricks to try and ameliorate the situation, by doing things like reordering instructions and making the most efficient use of low-level processor resources.

    This overview of a computer's memory system has been very brief, and thus is somewhat incorrect int its details. For further information, I would recommend that people read a good computer architecture book (such as Computer Organization and Design) as well as an introductory operating systems book (Operating System Concepts covers many of these details). The Wikipedia also has extensive coverage of many low-level computer architecture details like this.
              Tuning Apache, part 1        
    There was a link on Digg a couple of days ago to an article about how to tune Apache so as to survive a Slashdotting. After reading it through, I came to the conclusion that the author had no idea what he was talking about. Not only did he admit that he had never experienced the "Slashdot Effect", but his advice was just plain wrong. I offered a few comments there, but I figured that I should elaborate on a few of them here. I'll post each major configuration topic as a new blog entry, and today's entry is about HTTP's Keep-Alive feature.

    A brief history of Keep-Alives
    The original HTTP protocol did not allow keep-alives, which meant that a connection was made to the server for each file that needed to be downloaded. This was a very inefficient method of doing things, especially since web pages typically had several files that needed to be downloaded in order to be properly displayed. Why was it inefficient? For two reasons:
    1. Each connection requires an overhead of at least 3 packets to be initiated (SYN, SYN-ACK, and ACK packets). This means that at least three round-trips are required to open a connection, which obviously slowed things down.
    2. Due to the nature of TCP, which underlies HTTP, a connection gets "faster" the longer it is open. By continously opening and closing new connections, HTTP would never be able to fully utilize its available bandwidth.
    The designers of HTTP realized this weakness in the protocol, and took steps to correct it in the next version of HTTP. This new version of HTTP incorporated the concepts of keep-alives, where a client could keep a connection to the web server open indefinitely, or at least as long as the server permitted. Although this somewhat went against HTTP's original design goal of being "stateless", it allowed for it to overcome its speed and overhead problems.

    A brief introduction to Apache
    Now let's examine how Apache works. When you start Apache, a main "coordinator" process is created. This main process is responsible for accepting incoming connections and passing them off to "worker" processes that it creates. These workers then read users' requests and send back responses. Once a worker is done servicing a user's requests, it reports back to the main process and then waits for a new connection to be handed to it.

    Apache and Keep-Alives
    So, in theory, keep-alives are a great thing. They allow web clients and servers to fully utilize their available bandwidth, and reduces latency by eliminating the overhead of frequently opening new connections. In a perfect world, you would want Apache's KeepAliveTimeout setting to be "infinity", so that web clients maintain a connection to the web server for as long as possible and thus everything on your web site pulls up as fast as possible.

    Apache allows you to configure its behavior in regard to keep-alives through a few options in its configuration file:
    • KeepAlive: either On or Off, depending on whether Apache should allow connections to be used for multiple requests
    • KeepAliveTimeout: how long, in seconds, Apache will wait after a request has been answered for another request before closing the connection
    • MaxKeepAliveRequests: how many total requests a client can issue across a single connection
    • MaxClients: the total number of worker processes that Apache will allow at any given time
    The default Apache configuration file sets KeepAlive to be on, with a KeepAliveTimeout of 15 seconds and MaxKeepAliveRequests of 100. The MaxClients setting is set to 150.

    Apache meets its match
    Unfortunately, nothing in life is free, not even keep-alives. Each client connection requires Apache to create (or use a waiting) worker process to service its requests. These worker processes can only handle one connection at a time, and each connection will last at least 15 seconds. Apache will create a new worker process for each new connection until it hits its limit of MaxClients at 150. Thus, the cost of a keep-alive is one worker process for the KeepAliveTimeout.

    Now imagine what happens when 1,000 web clients try to access your web site at the same moment (e.g. when it first shows up on Slashdot). The first 150 clients will successfully connect to your web server, because Apache will create workers to service their requests. However, those web clients do not immediately leave; after they've downloaded your page, they will hold open their connections for 15 seconds until your server forces their connection to close. The next 850 clients will be unable to access the web server, as all of the available Apache worker processes will be used up, waiting for 15 seconds on the unused connections to the first 150 clients. Some of those 850 clients will queue up and wait for an available Apache process to service their request, but most will give up.

    Perhaps some readers are wondering why you wouldn't just increase the MaxClients setting to something high enough to handle your peak load, like 2000 or something. This is a very bad idea; you can increase Apache's MaxClients, but only at your own peril. Because each Apache process consumes a bit of memory, you can only fit a certain number in memory before the web server begins to violently thrash, swapping things between RAM and the hard drive in a futile attempt to make it work. The result is a totally unresponsive server; by increasing MaxClients too high, you will have caused your own demise. I will talk about how to figure out a good value for MaxClients in a future post, but a good rule of thumb might be to divide your total RAM by 5 megabytes. Thus, a server with 512 megabytes of RAM could probably handle a MaxClients setting of 100. This is probably a somewhat conservative estimate, but it should give you a starting point.

    A partial solution
    So how do you fix the problem, other than by adding many gigabytes of RAM to the server? One easy way to get around this limitation is to either reduce the KeepAliveTimeout to a mere second or two, or else to simply turn KeepAlive off completely. I have found that turning it down to 2 seconds seems to give the client enough time to request all of the files needed for a page without having to open multiple connections, yet allows Apache to terminate the connection soon enough to be able to handle many more clients than usual.

    One interesting thing of which to take note is what the major Apache-based web sites allow, in terms of keep-alive timeouts. In my (very brief) experiments, it seems that CNN, Yahoo, craigslist, and Slashdot don't permit keep-alives at all, while the BBC has a very short keep-alive timeout of under 5 seconds. On the other hand, there are several other major Apache-based sites that do use a large keep-alive timeout (Apple, CNET, etc...), but they may have decided that they would prefer to take the performance hit so that they can have the "fastest" web sites as possible.

    Of course, this isn't a perfect solution. It would be nice to be able to have both high-performance as well as long-lived client conn