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Printer issue - WSD port

At some point in life in the past several weeks something happened to my printer and it started having issues printing. The printer is an HP Deskjet 2600 series. The issue was print jobs would get jammed in the queue and I was unable to delete them. The process was:

wsd printer port I would print something

Conveyed Concept

Conveyed concept

concept12 years ago (2007) I wrote this article and placed it on Wikipedia. 10 years later they decide they don't like it and deleted it. 10 years! It went through a peer review and countless other revisions and checks. So, I'm cleaning it up and publishing on my site 2 years after they deleted.


ZombieLoad - A new but not so new threat

The latest threat to computers is the Zombieload vulnerability.

So many of the known threats to computer devices are because of how the software or hardware was created. The exploits and vulnerabilities we discover are flaws in how the system or code was constructed. Is it possible that we just didn’t have the tools we needed to test for security flaws?

zombieload exploit

What is Server-less

Cloud = server on the Web

I recently completed a project where I successfully moved a company from a server environment to one that is "serverless".

NYT- Technology

Memphis Business Journal

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 12:45
Susan Ellis
"I started to look into the company, the origin story with Laurie and Collins, and, the big potential not only on the expansion side, but also on a retail side, meaning grocery stores, things of that nature," said John Kutac, president of Whimsy Cookie Co.

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 07:48
John Klyce
Are you an employee who’s worked from home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Have you had to shell out funds related to working remotely? Well, when you file your taxes …

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 07:48
Steve Watkins
Kroger Co. is launching an online marketplace this fall to expand its ship-to-home service.

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 07:47
Meagan Nichols
International Paper Co. (IP) is sticking to its plan to decrease its ownership interest in a Graphic Packaging subsidiary. In October 2018, IP entered into a deal to contribute its North America Consumer Packaging Business — think food containers — to Atlanta-based Graphic Packaging Holding Co. As part of that, IP was given a 20.5% ownership interest in the Graphic Packaging subsidiary that was created — Graphic Packaging International Partners LLC (GPIP) — to hold the assets of the combined…

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 07:46
Frank Williamson
Nonprofits lend a helping hand to many vulnerable Americans by offering food, emergency medical care, shelter, social services, and a variety of other essential resources. Yet, as the pandemic continues to batter the economy, nonprofits are being hit with the crippling reality that their long-term survival might be in question. With 30% of nonprofits failing within their first 10 years in existence during normal times, many organizations already have a hard enough time securing funding. The coronavirus…

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