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Remotely monitoring your children’s computers using iTalc

Using iTalc on your private home network, you can monitor your kid’s activities and keep an eye on what websites they are browsing, what they are doing on social networking sites like Facebook, and even watch as they read their email. There are other tools that offer similar functions such as keylogging tools and web site blockers, but iTalc is a perfect addition to your arsenal of child protection tools.

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Port WordPress from DreamHost to 1and1 VPS

I recently moved several WordPress blogs from DreamHost to a new 1and1 Virtual Private Server installation. Here are directions and screenshots of the move along with notes on problems that I ran across (and the resolution I found). I moved from a DreamHost shared host plan that killed scripts when memory consumption exceeded 100MB to a 1and1 VPS solution that provides 4,000MB of burst RAM.

My Old Software 0

My Old Software

In the early 1990’s, I distributed several commercial software packages. Applications such as children’s and adult level games, Internet applications and online games, advanced testing applications, and programmer utilities were included in the SparTech repertoire. The following are the software applications that were distributed.