Technological Utterings

The Cesspoolification of Facebook

Slowly but surely, Facebook is becoming a MySpace-like cesspool of epic proportions. From those overly gross sexual images to those gruesome depictions of the dead and murdered on down to those videos taken with cellphones that show unthinkable violence not to leave out all the links to those viruses, Facebook is terminally ill.

I say let it die! As you may know, it has been said that Facebook is heavily related to the military industrial complex’s thirst for data on people whether its legal or not.

In The News

Apollo Nida Pleads Guilty To Fraud Charges, Blames Phaedra Parks

Well, well, well, what have we here?


Apollo Nida, the husband of Real Housewives of Atlanta star / attorney Phaedra Parks, pled guilty today (May 6) to charges of mail, wire and bank fraud. The charges could result in up to 30 years in prison for Nida. He also faces a fine of up to $1 million and restitution for an estimated $2.3 million he allegedly defrauded from various individuals, financial institutions and government agencies. Read More

Some people have no brain. This idiot, whose wife is basically a high paid Hollywood star by Atlanta standards, done went and got himself a federal charge for, it looks like, stealing money. In full cowardly fashion, he blames his wife (someone else) for his own criminal misdeeds yet has the nerve to say he took full responsibility.

Police State America, Technological Utterings

Keeping Your Most Personal Business Private

When searching the web for information, sometimes we enter very personal information without regard for who may get that information, how that information can be used by a malicious party, and whether or not that information is save.

Enter StartPage!

Search For Information With The Comfort of Privacy

When looking to search using the power of Google’s search engine, in private, use StartPage.

Usage of Startpage for Private Web Searching is almost a guarantee that no one will ever know what you searched for online. We say almost because if you commit a criminal offense and a computer forensics unit gets their hands on your computer their is no telling what they may find.startpage_aboutstartpage

Living In The Age of Privacy Concerns

With the federal government in everyone’s business as if were slaves, and with the uprising of online criminals and con-men, its gonna be important to keep your most personal data private. And example of private data you may not want seen by prying eyes is listed below.

  • Health related searches.
  • Searches related to something that may be illegal, without your knowledge.
  • Family law information (Abused Women)
  • Job Searches (If you are looking for a job using your current employer’s systems.)
  • Web Research.
  • Any information that may be considered sensitive.

Remain Anonymous!