This Gist was floating around the IRC Chats the other day and I though I would share.. To Help family and friends keep their machines un-infected and un-encumbered.
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The purpose of this “howto” is to document how browsing can be done in a privacy and security conscious manner. This information is compiled from a number of sources, which are referenced throughout the document, as well as my own experiences with the described technologies.
I welcome contributions and comments on the information contained. Please see the “How to Contribute” section for information on contributing your own knowledge.
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My cousin “`Robert“` was able to get a few Tickets for the Korn Slipknot show here in San Antonio on Sun. Nov 2, 2014 7:00 PM Looking forward to the show.
Update November 3, 2014,
I Went to the show last night, The bands seemed to do a great job. Where we were sitting the sound for Korn was good. The bass drum was a bit over bearing the bass. The Slipknot show was (sound wise) very disappointing. The First 20 min one could hardly hear the singer. The floor and upper tom’s were louder than the bass drum, and it seemed that the cymbals were stage volume only, not seeming to come through the PA at all. I thoroughly enjoyed the stage show. They were very engaged with the crowd and would pump up the audience at even the slightest Lull. Around the 9th song the vocal volume was fixed and the guitar leads were finally dicernable. Over all I enjoyed the eve.
I have to call out Roberts truck, The Longhorn edition Ram. More buttons than I’ve seen in Cadillac. One could argue too many, and that much more to go wrong, But I liked it.
A Bill to regulate ISP’s basicly turning ISP into an actual Utility.. (here come the taxes)..
Cool does this mean they’re going to pay my mortgage for me. and I will only have to pay for it with the devalued Dollar and Highest Taxes in history.
Sign me up
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