Monthly Archives: July 2012

{Parody} Well, crap… this is awkward

While I’m normally running around with multiple client projects, a soon-to-be first grader and a child waiting to be born, this week I have absolutely nothing on my plate, other than giving birth. The house is clean, we’re excited and I possibly have- for the first time in many years, too much time on my…

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{Bullshit} The New York Times Missed Their Mark…

Were you aware that we only have two classes in the United States? First there’s the “privileged” and then unfortunately, there are the “single mothers.” The New York Times published an opinion piece, masked as news early this morning. While it could have been a compelling story discussing the shrinking identity of two-parent households, it…

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{Happily Ever After} Reflections on the truth…

I stare up at my sink. Above the facet and the remarkably unfilled basin stands a wooden plaque, painted with the words, “and they lived happily ever after.” My godmother, gave me the sign as a gift at a much younger age. I displayed it in my home after relationships fell apart even against my belief…

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{Aspiring} Why the word needs to leave our vocabulary

    The world is full of people, “aspiring” to be who they want to be. I never understood what the word truly meant. Did it mean, “I’m not there yet, but I will be?”  Maybe it was about saying, “I don’t have the education to be taken seriously, yet.” Perhaps it’s meant like this,…

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{Infected} Beating Malware at its own game…

“On November 8, the FBI, the NASA-OIG and Estonian police arrested several cyber criminals in “Operation Ghost Click”. The criminals operated under the company name “Rove Digital”, and distributed DNS changing viruses, variously known as TDSS, Alureon, TidServ and TDL4 viruses.” (Source DWWG.org) Malware: A complex view Malware and viruses should be taken seriously.  How…

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