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Today's Opinions

  • Remove Old Files for Better Performance
  • R.I.P Sergeant Gibbs

    Last Friday morning, I was on my way to work when I received a call about a fatal accident on Hwy 210 near the LaRue and Green County line.

  • Yard sale anthropology

    Yard Sale! It’s a lot of hard work getting everything out and displaying ones goods. When I have visited a yard sale in the past my main objective is to get rid of stuff and eliminate clutter, freeing up some much needed space, so that space can be utilized to it’s full potential (filled with more stuff).

  • Frankfort Focus: Crime is a focus in state legislature

    For decades now, Kentucky State Police have annually compiled a comprehensive look at crime across the commonwealth, giving the public and law enforcement alike a much clearer picture of the challenges we face.

  • Like a good neighbor

    It has been an interesting few weeks for me. A few weeks ago a deer hit me. I didn’t hit the deer; it quite literally ran into my van. It happened so fast I didn’t even realize the deer was coming out of the woods until it was too late and I was looking at the face of a very large doe right at eye level. It shattered my windshield, dented my fender, driver’s door and the sliding door. Fortunately, I have a husband who works on things and loves doing so to save money. My van will soon be back on the road.

  • Have Americans lost their way?

    I was searching through the TV channels last weekend and spotted the epic war movie “Saving Private Ryan” on one of the channels. I couldn’t help but stop everything I was doing and watch it.

    For those of you who haven’t watched the movie, the film was directed by Steven Spielberg starring Tom Hanks, who played a captain that led a group of soldiers who were searching for another soldier, played by Matt Damon, in an effort to return him home safely because he was the last surviving brother of four brothers who were fighting in World War II.

  • Computer ransom scheme costing millions

    I have written so much about privacy and protection the past couple of months that I am beginning to feel like the technology equivalent of the grim reaper. But the truth is, malicious software attacks are costing businesses millions annually, no matter if they are in Hodgenville, Bardstown or Elizabethtown, Kentucky - or New York City! If you have a computer connected to the Internet and you receive email, you are a potential target.

  • Saving your data in the ‘Cloud’

    So what is this whole “Cloud” thing all about anyway?

    Simply put, the “Cloud” is a euphemism for the Internet. While the Internet is cold, dark and geeky, Clouds are soft and fuzzy and look like little bunnies.Many resellers believed nontechnical people would prefer using the term “Cloud,” and it seems they were right.