Norton Mobile Insight Discovers Facebook Privacy Leak | Symantec Connect Community.

Well boy, that doesn’t at all sound intentional.

A company dedicated to getting to know every piece of information about you is taking your phone number without so much as a mention?

Doesn’t the Facebook app basically read your phone status anyways?  It doesn’t say they will send it to anyone, which is what the hubbub is about.

I’m not at all surprised by this.

Disappointed, yes.

Surprised, no.

Work at the office during the summer is always an interesting experience.

Today we took 4 deliveries of Desktops, 158 computers spanning 474 pieces.  I will be posting pictures of that today.  We get to spend the summer unboxing, imaging, and setting up those computers.  It’s a fast-paced, frantic process.  We took delivery of  another 144 on Tuesday.  And that’s not even all of them.  We received a few orders of Samsung Chromebooks during May and June.  I think we got over 200 of those too.

We also want to re-image one of the other buildings, but that’s put on the back burner.

If you’re interested, we’re also going to be selling the old computers (Dell Optiplex 960 Desktops, Dell E6400 Laptops).  I’ll be posting the GovDeals links when we’ve posted them.

Here’s the generic link for any and all auctions we post: GovDeals.

Read more for pictures of the new computers and Chromebooks.

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In 2012 I went to the Rutgers Gardens to take pictures of the plant life.

Unfortunately, the plant life wasn’t so cooperative, either because of the weather or just bad timing on my part.

In any case, I did find some very interesting critters!

Read the rest to see the resulting (high-quality!) pictures.  These are ones that I’m the most happy with.

For reference, these were all shot with a Canon Digital Rebel XSI (450D) with either a 18-55mm or 70-300mm lense.

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Welcome to my new WordPress Blog.

There won’t be anything here for a while.  I need to find something decent to post.


  1. Photography 101
  2. Setting up Tomcat with a Wildcard Certificate (we used this for WebHelpDesk)
  3. Setting up an RT installation with LDAP against a Windows Domain with Gmail for Email
  4. Phone ROMs
  5. Day To Day Tips
  6. Things I Want To Keep Track Of (Maybe a Wiki)

Let’s go!