Flextight Precision II on Windows 7/8/10

My father was a photographer for around 35 years and towards the end of the 20th century he purchased a Imacon (now Hasselblad) Flextight Precision II hybrid film scanner.┬áThis was back in the days where digital photography wasn’t feasible for quality and film was king. The Flextight allowed him to scan negatives into a digital format at an insane quality (even by most of today’s standards) and then do things like color correction via software, something we take for granted these days.

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Linux Can Get Viruses Too (Apparently) or: How I Learned To Clean An Infected WordPress Install

I’ve been having a hell of a time combating my web server that this site runs on. It was first hit by some DDOSing, then someone exploited Revolution Slider which I had on another domain hosted on the same box. I ended up going through line by line in my themes and custom plugins looking for anything that could mess with the site. Continue reading Linux Can Get Viruses Too (Apparently) or: How I Learned To Clean An Infected WordPress Install

Visual Voicemail for iPhone with Google Voice

I got an iPhone recently and I noticed a lot of users raving about the visual voicemail functionality. If you’re on a prepaid carrier like I am (net10/Straight Talk), you don’t get this functionality. Luckily we can fake it with Google Voice and conditional call forwarding.

I used to use Google Voice back when I had my Nexus S on Sprint and could do carrier integration. Sadly those days are passed, but I still kept my Google Voice number. I think I can still port my phone’s number over, but I’m not wildly excited about putting all my calling eggs in one basket, especially since Google Voice has been pretty abandoned for a while. It works great for voicemail though!

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