In middle of redacting a VIEW that deals with groups, members, and precedence, i fixed a bug, and explained a line in greater detail with (what i think is) the correct logic. (The actual COLUMN name has been shortened):
I said i have nothing to say!
I have nothing to say.
Having a free moment, i decided to search for something on eBay when the following message popped up on my screen:
This morning i went to put gas in the car. I switched gas stations because i don't like answering three-million questions before being able to start the gas pumping. Sheesh, ask if if i want a receipt after it starts, why waste so much precious time (in the freezing weather)!
That is cute.
Last week i overheard part of a conversation. Someone asked, "what's that in celsius, -40?"
And behold, i chuckled.
Sounds like they Bosched it up. he he he.... ferget it.
Been playing Battle Monkeys.
Learning what each icon does and proc-order is important, but i haven't seen it explained in detail in one place. So, i decided to place a start, here, so as to have it somewhere:
Each Item can be used once. When used, the icon disappears.
Names appearing on four-part screen before game starts are colored based on rank.
I'm told the kid is comfortable with the computer. Also, he is a teenager, so he likely gets around when his parents are not.
They suspect that he might be having an issue. They want to verify before taking any action.
I might give more advice later, but first step is to help them check out if their fears are true.
I've got to recommend this to people who are not very technical. My guess is their Windows box is connected directly to a cable modem.
The OpenDNS idea is not to filter, but tor record.
I was asked by a not very technical friend, who was asked by another, to help them track where their son is going on the Internet. They are not technical at all, but they suspect their son may be visiting inappropriate websites, and if so, they want to talk to him, but first they want to capture the urls surreptitiously to see if their concerns are valid.