The Rabbit hole has you...

I’ve been MIA for way too long from this blog, but I’m back…

For anyone who knows me personally, you would know I praise education and self-teaching and the importance of the information age that we live in. If you are alive, breathing and know how to read and have access to the internet, then in THEORY, there is nothing you can not learn. In today’s world, there are absolutely NO reasons why you can not learn anything you want to know, that you do not know now, or that you’ve ever wanted to learn. Read More

Review: Gaia TV

Have you ever found yourself scrolling through Hulu or Netflix with nothing to watch as frustrating boredom starts to overcome your very existence at your pathetic attempt to entertain yourself to no avail? If you said “No”, it’s ok, you can stop lying to yourself.

We’ve all been there.

Well, you might as well add another $10 to your monthly online streaming budget because when times strike hard and where Hulu and Netflix WILL fail you, I can guarantee you Gaia won’t. Read More

Washington, DC!! Here we come!

It’s happening.

I have been doing cyber-security work with government entities as a contractor for the past ten years and although I have traveled far and wide in my I.T. days for various reasons, I have always thoroughly enjoyed when my travels have brought me to DC. Now, due to some recent work demands, my company is relocating me to work and live in the area full time! Read More

Ready Player One REVIEW!!

I’m a movie guy, and a video game guy, and a pop culture guy, and a comic book/sci fi guy… for sure… so when I initially saw the trailer for Ready Player One (I think as a preview for Thor Ragnarok or Black Panther) it was on my official “To see no matter what, I don’t care even if I go blind” list. (Yes, that is a real mental movie list I keep). Fast forward a few months, it hits theaters and I shamefully catch it an entire WEEK after it comes out!! (No idea how I missed it opening day) but it was WORTH EVERY PENNY!!
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Got my Linux+ Certification!
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Yup, I’m an IT cert junkie. I admit it. In ten years I earned 5 different certifications.

That averages to one every two years. And for some reason I feel as if I still could’ve gotten more in that time if I tried harder. Word of advice, if anyone tells you IT certs don’t mean anything, they’re either…
1) Lying
2) Don’t know any better
3) Jealous of people that actually pursue them and achieve them Read More