Well guys, we at Life & Sanity would like to expand. If you enjoy our commentary and content, take a look at the IndieGoGo Campaign for Red Tunic, and believe me when I say that every little bit will help. However, that’s not what I’m going to talk about in this post. No, this time I’m going to talk about Borderlands, games which (so far) I adore. First of all, credit goes to Gaming Grad for tipping me off with their post! Thanks, guys. Now, let’s talk about this. Read more »
Hey guys, I’m back with another OPSEC post to help you reclaim your privacy from the bastards who claim that national security is a higher priority than personal liberty. Today’s post is actually very basic, because we tend to forget the basics. Don’t forget that I don’t approve of any criminal use of these posts. Let’s dive in. Read more »
So I’ve been playing more Civilization V. I finally got my hands on Brave New World….. and it fixes very little. However, I did find a few fixes… in the Steam Workshop. So yes, I am finally enjoying Civ V. I am still very disappointed in the developers, however. Let’s talk about this. Read more »
Taking a little break to try and get my schedule back on track, guys. Wednesday I’ll be back on track with new posts, probably a game review on Wednesday and more OPSEC on Thursday, or vice versa. Good shopping!
So last month, I wrote this, and I’ve been thinking about it some more, but I also have been thinking about Windows in relation to this “SteamOS,” and it seems I have some more thoughts to bring to you guys. Don’t worry, we’ll get back to our little OPSEC against the NSA series. You guys have the right to learn to protect your data. But for now, let’s talk about the PC, and the best operating system. Read more »
So the first time around in this series we talked about names and the identities they represent, compartmentalization and contamination. Those techniques will help you, but alone they will do little to nothing. My warning applies again: I write this advice for lawful citizens only. I am not trying to make it easier from criminals to evade the NSA, just lawful citizens to exercise their constitutional right to privacy. Read more »
So I’ve been ranting against the NSA (and also losing complete track of time, sorry guys), but I realized I never gave you, dear readers, any sort of advice to take back your privacy. Except perhaps to encrypt certain things, but that isn’t sufficient. Well, I’m going to write a several part piece on privacy, for your benefit. Before I dive into this, I want to be clear: this advice is for lawful citizenry who wish to exercise their right to privacy, not for criminals or terrorists. Alright then, let’s jump in. Read more »