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Author’s NoteThis post was written with precisely the same motive, curiosity and sense of urgency as that of an ethical hacker, who thinks he might have stumbled upon a gaping and important vulnerability in an operating system. That vulnerability, in a nutshell, is this: “Move” to and register to vote in the Georgia run-off elections, swinging the balance of the US Senate your way. Seems simple. I do not advise it. It might not be…

HipHip.app is off to a pretty good start, having just completed its 100th celebration video! So many fun graduation videos — it really is a pleasure, as a side-benefit of this project, to see so many terrific celebrations of people and important milestones. I began this project in late April. So far, we’ve had surprise videos for graduations, US citizenship ceremonies, anniversaries, baby showers, kids and adult birthdays, employee appreciations and more. Over 1,000 people…

I’ve created HipHip.app to help you gather memories and kudos from far-flung friends and family. It’s really easy to create a Group Card, and invite friends and family to sign. You get keepsake videos, testimonials and notes; HipHip does all the collection for you. Create a Card. All you do is head over to hiphip.app, create a card by answering a few questions: Customize Your Card. Great! Your card is now created. You get a…

I have an old private blog from more than a decade ago that I’m shutting down. It was basically a semi-private journal, related to the construction of our home. It has a lot of useful photographs for me on it — i.e., in-progress construction shots, design inspiration shots, sketches and renderings, plumbing and electrical rough-ins, etc. I wanted to archive them. I tried a few free tools to download the images. I found various freeware…

At this time, we’d like to offer early boarding to passengers traveling with small children, and our active military members.”once-familiar refrain at airports It’s just before Easter, and it’s starting to feel like we’re entering Act II of the COVID-19 crisis. The frightening curves are flattening in many parts of the country. The number of new infections in hotspots like New York and Washington State are leveling off — even showing very early signs of…