The Perils of Re-Using Passwords

Passwords will be with us for quite a while and so will password breaches, I’m afraid. Last week I received a notice that a site I use experienced a password breach. The email explained that the passwords themselves were encrypted, but that I should change my password on that site and any others where I […]
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Know Why You Want To Learn

Have you ever asked yourself, “What am I doing here?” while sitting in a class? I have and almost everyone I know has had that experience. When that happens, it is unlikely that you or I learned much. Learning and training professionals correctly advocate beginning a course or a class and even each chapter or […]
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Introduction to Gantt Charts: A Tool For Everyone Part Two

In the first part of this Introduction, I talked about some of the basic use of a Gantt chart and some of the essential features. I will expand on both of those in this post. To help make that easier, I have edited the Gantt chart from last time. (It is a Public Domain image […]
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Introduction to Gantt Charts: A Tool For Everyone Part One

In my first semester in engineering school in the mid-1970s I, along with a cadre of incoming prospective engineering students, took a course that covered a plethora of engineering topics. One portion of that class actually dealt with project management and Gantt and PERT charts. At the time they seemed like topics one had to […]
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Your Wi-Fi Can Be Heard a Long Way Away

Many people are frustrated by their Wi-Fi networks. Among other things, there is interference, reflections, attenuation (signal loss) because of walls, long distances or whatever, and the hassle of managing all that. We have to remember one critical thing about Wi-Fi: it’s radio so it is heavily regulated. The power the devices and access points […]
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