May 2, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Private Module Methods in Ruby

So this is something I’ve looked into many times over the years and have never found an answer to.  But great news is that I’ve found a way! It’s as simple as defining module methods as private within the singleton class.  Here’s how I did it in my gem PolyBelongsTo

My gem gets included…

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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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