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Beware of Paypal Scams when selling on Craigslist

Oct 17, 2016 by Paul White

I have always been skeptical of transactions through sites like Craigslist.  Recently I posted a bunch of items for sale.  It wasn't long before the scammers started to contact me.  However I have worked in computers for a long time, and seen enough spam emails, virus infections, and fraud attempts to spot these from a mile away.  So before you sell to someone on craigslist, check if your conversation was going like this, and if it was avoid it.

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taking apart a Sony NP-FM500H Lithium Ion Battery

taking apart a Sony NP-FM500H Lithium Ion Battery

Sep 26, 2016 by Paul White

If you own a Sony DSLR or DSLT camera the chances are its powered by the NP-FM500H battery.  And like many other accessories sony sells they charge a premium for them.  This drives many of us to Ebay and Amazon to buy generic versions for our gear.  But the thought occured to me is it possible to rebuild these little battery packs?  I decided to crack one open to find out.

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Ranking top on Google Places Explained

Jul 4, 2016 by Paul White

Google Places has become a very powerful force for local businesses. Especially for competitive niche markets where there are more than 3 competitors in the market.  After working with a couple of local buisnesses in Houston that compete in the same market I have a very good idea for what impacts your business showing up in the top 3 spots.

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Top Google Search Queries while sitting at Starbucks

Top Google Search Queries while sitting at Starbucks

May 23, 2016 by Paul White

This blog is more of a chronilogical summary of my recent visit to a local starbucks while traveling to visit family in Nebraska.  Its amazing how a bad internet connection can influence your search queries and goals for the day.

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How to Fix the US Economy in one move.

Apr 28, 2016 by Paul White

Recently I was thinking about the cause and effect of our global ecomony.  When I came to the conclusion of how the president could in one move put millions of americans back to work in one move.  Ban the import of oil

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Windows Server Backup using too much Memory

Apr 17, 2016 by Paul White

Over the past few days I ran into issues where my servers would become slow or unresponsive while running backups.  After some digging around I am pretty sure it has to do with the Windows system File Cache.  Fortunately Microsoft has a Module to help control this issue.

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Why People Love Trump

Why People Love Trump

Apr 5, 2016 by Paul White

As polarizing as Trump is, there is some logic behind why people like him, and its not in his greatness, its in his flaws.

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9mm Ammo review PMC Bronze FMJ

9mm Ammo review PMC Bronze FMJ

Mar 17, 2016 by Paul White

Shooting is not a cheap hobby.  Especially with 8 years under Obama's rule.  The fear of a gun ban, and ammo shortages have lead to massive amounts of ammo hoarding.  Now that we have a chance to get a pro gun candidate elected these fears are starting to go away, and as a result store shelves are rather well stocked on most common calibers.  In this article I review some 9mm.

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Micro Max keychain multitool review

Micro Max keychain multitool review

Feb 19, 2016 by Paul White

Every guy finds themself in a situation where they are challenged with a problem that requires tools, yet we don't tend to carry a tool box with us everywhere we go.  Recently I was shopping at MicroCenter here in Houston, and I found a keychain multitool that I could see myself using almost weekly.  Best of all it was only $10.99.  Every guy needs to get one of these.

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Why I didn't like Star Wars The Force Awakens

Jan 1, 2016 by Paul White

While everyone I talked to said it was excellent. I finally got a chance to go see it with my wife on New Years Eve.  My personal feelings is it didn't hold up to the hype.  Here is what I didn't like about the movie.

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