May 3, 2014 by Daniel P. Clark

Love Required?

♥ Love is coffee 😉 ♥ After she said she didn’t love her mother, I asked her if love had to be earned. She said yes. I told her that love can’t be earned, deserved, or required. Love by nature must be freely given to be genuine. She went on further to say “Then I…

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April 27, 2014 by Daniel P. Clark

/var/run/postgresql/.s.PGSQL.5432 with a Virtual “var” Folder

Well if you’re reading this you’ve likely run into a problem with accessing your postgresql DB.  Whatever your situation this information should be useful for you. In my case I’m using it with Rails.  And this is the Rails error I received: PG::ConnectionBad could not connect to server: No such file or directory Is the…

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November 1, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

Leverage Your Mind

I find it interesting that people can compliment talents and abilities as if a person was born with them. It’s as if they, and their world view, don’t see it as a possibility for themselves. That ought not to be. In essence we are all created equal. The abilities one has is a compilation of…

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October 10, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

God has a plan for me…

What does it mean when you say “God has a plan for me”? This could go many ways. The typical thing is to say whatever happens has to be God’s will. This would allow a lie though; because God is not the author of evil. He is the author of life (Acts 3:15), the author…

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March 12, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

Part 2: Stepping Up With Tor

Alright.  So you’re in Linux and you’ve got Firefox running through your Tor client.  There are now two more things you need.  One is to update to the latest version of Tor.  And secondly to use any other application through Tor rather then just Firefox. So.  Here you are on that free wifi again.  And…

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March 10, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

Privacy is Available Online.

One thing that people lack when they use the internet is privacy.  Well the good news is is that there is a solution for that.  Keeping your sessions encrypted and private is recommended to help prevent your personal information from being stolen. Do you enjoy free wifi hotspots?  Well now you can use them securely…

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March 6, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

From KODAK PlayFull HD MP4 to DVD on Ubuntu Linux

One of the great difficulties you run into in Linux is video editing.  And what I mean by that is that the push and go solutions often don’t work with the formats you want to hand them. So here’s my scenario:  I recorded a church service of 1 hour and 50 minutes in 1080P.  The…

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February 3, 2013 by Daniel P. Clark

My Initial Raspberry Pi Raspbian Configuration

So I ordered the Raspberry Pi Version B for $35.  And boy was I surprised at how really small it is. So first thing I did was hook it up.  But I can’t run it without an operating system so I downloaded the Raspbian OS from Unzipped it to get 2012-12-16-wheezy-raspbian.img . And then…

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November 17, 2012 by Daniel P. Clark

Dramatization: ‘Lavish Caliginous Demitasse’

::Dramatization:: Announcer: A man of no worth comes to you this day. His mother was a Gypsy of an abused and tarnished name. His father was a worm of society, murderous and thieving. He grew up in a corrupted land. A place were the light was never pure. And the air was never fresh. He…

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April 29, 2012 by Daniel P. Clark

Fluoride, BT, and We Don’t Even Know!

The American landscape has become one of the biggest testing grounds for experimental foods, and detrimental water.  What brought this about?  Why money of course!  That and people in ignorance and passiveness.  Because what you don’t know won’t hurt you right?  American cases for Cancer, Autism, and other conditions have been rapidly rising.  As has…

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