Sprint still doesn’t support the 463 (IND) area code

The 463 area code entered service on March 15, 2016, as an overlay of the 317 area code that was already assigned to the Indianapolis area. More than two years later, Sprint still doesn’t offer 463 phone numbers. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area_codes_317_and_463 The Indiana Regulatory Commission announced that area code 463 would be added in 2016 as […]

PowerShell Functions to Get Logged On User and Logoff Logged On User

Two helpful PowerShell functions to help you check who is logged on remotely and to remotely log them off. Remotely Get a Logged On User This Get-LoggedOnUser will use Get-WmiObject to tell you who is logged on to a remote computer. You may use a comma-delimited list of computer names. Function: 1 2 3 4 […]

Is Roger Ver claiming he is Bitcoin’s founder Satoshi Nakamoto?

On June 27, 2018, the People’s Labour Party, a political party in Saint Kitts and Nevis led by the country’s prime minister Timothy Harris, posted the following on Twitter: The first #Bitcoin ATM Machine in the Caribbean has just been installed in #StKitts. There will be 4 Machines across the island with the first one […]

Ticketmaster requires users to agree to their Terms of Use before reading them

When you visit www.ticketmaster.com you might notice in the footer a statement that says “By continuing past this page, you agree to our Terms of Use.” In order for a Ticketmaster customer to read either their Terms of Use or their Privacy Policy, they would have to blindly agree to both before reading them. I […]

Unwanted solicitation from Ryan Tello of Rydek Professional Staffing

I received an unpleasant solicitation from Ryan Tello today, the Vice President of Client Development for Rydek Professional Staffing out of Corona, California. The unwanted phone call began as normal. Ryan gave a two- to four-minute pitch introducing himself, his company, and service. While these unwanted solicitations are tiresome and ignore my publicly posted request […]