Great book! I skipped some of the reference stuff towards the end, but then again I can always refer to it when I need.
nertzy's Life List
1. learn ruby on rails
2. organize my cd collection
3. not have a serious relationship for a while
4. make more electronic music
5. Ask a girl on a date
6. Write letters to important people
7. Make a web application
8. Visit Japan again
9. Contribute to an open source software project
10. learn erlang
I started flossing every day over the summer, but when I went to the dentist she told me I had seven cavities, and risk of gum disease! I had only ever had one baby tooth filled before, so I had a clean set.
After that, I upped the ante and now I have a four-step process I go through every night.
- Floss (and that doesn’t mean just clicking it in and out, I run it around up and down both sides of each tooth. It bled a lot at first but now it rarely does.
- Brush (This is not the most important part but still do it. Make sure to go along the gum line, and don’t brush too hard or you might damage the enamel)
- Listerine (Full concentration. I swish it focusing mainly on getting it to go in between my teeth to where I just flossed my gums.)
- Tongue Scraper (Instead of using water to rinse the Listerine, I scrape the back of my tongue and get enough of it out of my mouth that it doesn’t bother me. Sometimes I can still feel a tiny tingle on my gums and that’s how I know it’s killing germs)
Good luck with whatever you end up doing! Make sure to put everything out by each other next to the sink or you’ll forget to do it.
When I went to the dentist a couple days ago, they said everything looked great!
Back Orifice is an old program that exploited insecure computers running things like Windows 98 and 95. Back in the day you could port scan tons of addresses and find people with it installed easily.
And you could pop open their CD tray.
While I never did any real damage to anyone, it’s not really the best use of anyone’s time.