THE END OF THE ROAD FOR WINDOWS AND ME

Summary: Windows 10 will build in standards-based two-factor authentication to every device, effectively neutering most phishing attacks and password database breaches. The company also announced new features aimed at securing corporate machines from malware attacks and data leaks. The summary of Ed Bott's column on the upcoming Windows 10 appalled me. Sickened me. Frightened me. … Continue reading THE END OF THE ROAD FOR WINDOWS AND ME

AUTUMN IN THE MOUNTAINS OF MAINE – GARRY ARMSTRONG

We both took a few pictures. I didn't take as many as Marilyn, but as it happens, a few of mine came out pretty well ... so let's all enjoy autumn a little longer. The first three are of Attean Pond, taken from the scenic view on Route 201. The photograph below was taken from the Margaret Chase Smith … Continue reading AUTUMN IN THE MOUNTAINS OF MAINE – GARRY ARMSTRONG

GREAT RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY — GRETCHEN ARCHER – DOUBLE STRIKE

Double Dip is on sale this week. Just this week, for $.99. (We Lost Our Lease) (Fire Sale!) (BOGO) (Kidding. It's a one-week promotional sale.) The best way to sell books has always been, and will always be, word of mouth. Telling a friend. Help me tell your friends. Share this link-- not this post, … Continue reading GREAT RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY — GRETCHEN ARCHER – DOUBLE STRIKE

FIXING TYPOS IN MY LIFE STORY

IMAGINARY FRIEND - Weekly Writing Challenge When I was little, I had imaginary playmates. I talked to them. They followed me around. I was never lonely because I had friends who understood me. After I started school, my shadow friends left, never to return. More accurately, they consolidated and acquired a more sophisticated persona. "They" became a … Continue reading FIXING TYPOS IN MY LIFE STORY