I am curious for those of you that use the toolkit on a regular basis. Who out there is using the new “Customize” tab with your own apps added to the toolkit? Continue reading “Do you use the new custom apps feature?”
When I first started out with this project, I bought a bunch of Lightscribe discs to supply folks that ordered a disc from me. At the time, I didn’t have a way to print direct to discs other than Lightscribe. By the way, if you ever plan on printing disc labels, use direct print to disc such as Lightscribe or a CD printer, not sticky labels. Continue reading “New CD Printer”
I have had several requests over the years and have recently been toying with the idea to offer a branded version of the toolkit at a premium price. Some tech shops out there want to display their own logos and branding on software they use. The desktop link that drops to the desktop could drop a company’s website link instead of my website link, for example. Continue reading “Custom Branded All in One – System Rescue Toolkit?”
This is a pretty fantastic find from my wife, I like it!
My wife and I will not forget you.
A few years back, I wrote a guide about using DNS based adblock with OpenWRT. I have since moved on to using Mikrotik as my primary routing device and have implimented a similar DNS based adblock. Here’s how I did it combining various resources online. Continue reading “DNS based adblock using Mikrotik RouterOS”
I’ve updated how I am handling newsletters and email subscriptions to my site. It should seem the same as it has always been, however there may be some bumps in the road as I iron out any kinks.
I decided it was time to move on with my career and have recently become established with an MSP (Managed Service Provider) called Don’t Panic IT Solutions. Continue reading “Don’t Panic! New Year, New Position”
Mars, here we come!
Researchers using NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) have found eight sites where thick deposits of ice beneath Mars’ surface are exposed in faces of eroding slopes.
“Astronauts could essentially just go there with a bucket and a shovel and get all the water they need.”