Five Reasons Public School Teachers Should Not Be Teaching Religion To Our Students

Public School Teachers Are Not Religious Experts Recently, in the news in the LA school district, teachers are forcing students to participate in a three-week long journey to discover Islam. Not just about Islam’s history and culture. This course is about being a Muslim. For three weeks, children are asked to dress as Muslims, change […]

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DellEMC Storage Center 7.1 Update

We recently updated our storage arrays from SCOS 6.7.11 to 7.1.4.4 and are taking advantage of the new features in this upgrade. After upgrading Dell Storage Manager 2016 R3 (formerly Enterprise Manager) the interface has some new features as well. DSM now has the ability to remotely manage Equallogic PS Groups and Remote Storage Centers […]

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Remembering Project Mercury: 58 Years Since America’s 1st Manned Space Program

Project Mercury: America’s 1st Manned Space Program April 9, 1959, just six-months after the creation of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, formed the Mercury 7 astronauts (formerly Argonauts after the Greek work for explorers) called Project Mercury (Space.com, 2014). The original Mercury astronauts are pictured (above) around a table admiring an Atlas model. Standing, left […]

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Set static IP Ubuntu 16.04

Changing Ubuntu Server from DHCP to Static IP Address (Ubuntu Server 16.04 TLS) Recently, created a couple of LAMP stacks with Ubuntu 16.04 and needed to issue a Static IP so that it could be NAT’d as a web server. I have used this command Step 1. sysadmin@ubuntu:~$ sudo nano /etc/network/interface auto ens160 iface ens160 inet […]

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