Generativity and Recovery! Part Two: Generativity in My Own Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 24, 2019

My three-month psychiatric incarceration seemed to be aimed at discrediting me after I had leaked newspaper stories. On my way to Canada to seek asylum, I was stopped by police. I evaded them for three days through rural towns and surrendered one midnight, from a ditch on a mountain pass. It was hard for me to accept the way I was treated. Confined to a ward for two weeks, I walked in circles. I barked on the payphone testing many of my supports. They all just said I was delusional. I really did learn a lot from a mob boss’s daughter. There are a lot to the rules that govern those of us who get trafficked in this land of the free. Still, I did what I could to disrespect the mob especially because my counselor told me not to. And so, I endured a month of chronic warehousing conditions. I had to wear other peoples’ clothes to brave the ice-cold of the barely heated ward. Two and a half months in my psychiatrist finally responded to my requests to meet with her. “You know, Tim, one time we had someone come here saying the FBI was following him. In…

History of the Computer – Cache Memory Part 1 of 2
RecoverySoft / January 24, 2019

We looked at the early digital computer memory, see History of the computer – Core Memory, and mentioned that the present standard RAM (Random Access Memory) is chip memory. This conforms with the commonly quoted application of Moore’s Law (Gordon Moore was one of the founders of Intel). It states that component density on integrated circuits, which can be paraphrased as performance per unit cost, doubles every 18 months. Early core memory had cycle times in microseconds, today we are talking in nanoseconds. You may be familiar with the term cache, as applied to PCs. It is one of the performance features mentioned when talking about the latest CPU, or Hard Disk. You can have L1 or L2 cache on the processor, and disk cache of various sizes. Some programs have cache too, also known as buffer, for example, when writing data to a CD burner. Early CD burner programs had ‘overruns’. The end result of these was a good supply of coasters! Mainframe systems have used cache for many years. The concept became popular in the 1970s as a way of speeding up memory access time. This was the time when core memory was being phased out and being…

Generativity and Recovery! Part Two: Generativity in My Own Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 23, 2019

My three-month psychiatric incarceration seemed to be aimed at discrediting me after I had leaked newspaper stories. On my way to Canada to seek asylum, I was stopped by police. I evaded them for three days through rural towns and surrendered one midnight, from a ditch on a mountain pass. It was hard for me to accept the way I was treated. Confined to a ward for two weeks, I walked in circles. I barked on the payphone testing many of my supports. They all just said I was delusional. I really did learn a lot from a mob boss’s daughter. There are a lot to the rules that govern those of us who get trafficked in this land of the free. Still, I did what I could to disrespect the mob especially because my counselor told me not to. And so, I endured a month of chronic warehousing conditions. I had to wear other peoples’ clothes to brave the ice-cold of the barely heated ward. Two and a half months in my psychiatrist finally responded to my requests to meet with her. “You know, Tim, one time we had someone come here saying the FBI was following him. In…

Computer Security Tutorial Part 1
RecoverySoft / January 23, 2019

This is part one of my computer security tutorial. I hope it is very informative and allows you to see some good ways on protecting your computer. 1. Always have a good anti-virus if you can’t afford to buy one go with avast or avg free edition. 2. Always have a good firewall. Some good ones are COMODO free, Zone Alarm free and (COMODO allows you to see what files do when their ran like if they inject into another process or if they open another file). 3. Good anti-spywares are a must. Some good ones are Spybot Search and Destroy, Ad-aware se, and AVG Anti-Spyware(avg anti-spyware is a combination between another old anti-spyware company and avg. 4. Its always good to have good tools that help detect possible undetected viruses as well. Such as Hijackthis, runonce and autorun. 5. Rootkits are another major issue rootkits can hide a detected virus from almost any anti-virus as long as the rootkit is undetected. Some good tools are avg’s anti-rootkit, unhackme, RootKit Unhooker, and Icesword. 6. Security holes. For those of you who don’t know microsoft updates will keep your programs on your computer up to date . Its best to do…

Computer Security Tutorial Part 1
RecoverySoft / January 23, 2019

This is part one of my computer security tutorial. I hope it is very informative and allows you to see some good ways on protecting your computer. 1. Always have a good anti-virus if you can’t afford to buy one go with avast or avg free edition. 2. Always have a good firewall. Some good ones are COMODO free, Zone Alarm free and (COMODO allows you to see what files do when their ran like if they inject into another process or if they open another file). 3. Good anti-spywares are a must. Some good ones are Spybot Search and Destroy, Ad-aware se, and AVG Anti-Spyware(avg anti-spyware is a combination between another old anti-spyware company and avg. 4. Its always good to have good tools that help detect possible undetected viruses as well. Such as Hijackthis, runonce and autorun. 5. Rootkits are another major issue rootkits can hide a detected virus from almost any anti-virus as long as the rootkit is undetected. Some good tools are avg’s anti-rootkit, unhackme, RootKit Unhooker, and Icesword. 6. Security holes. For those of you who don’t know microsoft updates will keep your programs on your computer up to date . Its best to do…

Generativity and Recovery! Part Two: Generativity in My Own Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 22, 2019

My three-month psychiatric incarceration seemed to be aimed at discrediting me after I had leaked newspaper stories. On my way to Canada to seek asylum, I was stopped by police. I evaded them for three days through rural towns and surrendered one midnight, from a ditch on a mountain pass. It was hard for me to accept the way I was treated. Confined to a ward for two weeks, I walked in circles. I barked on the payphone testing many of my supports. They all just said I was delusional. I really did learn a lot from a mob boss’s daughter. There are a lot to the rules that govern those of us who get trafficked in this land of the free. Still, I did what I could to disrespect the mob especially because my counselor told me not to. And so, I endured a month of chronic warehousing conditions. I had to wear other peoples’ clothes to brave the ice-cold of the barely heated ward. Two and a half months in my psychiatrist finally responded to my requests to meet with her. “You know, Tim, one time we had someone come here saying the FBI was following him. In…

It is My Favorite Part of the Exercise Process – Recovery!
RecoverySoft / January 22, 2019

While all of that lifting and running and pushing and pulling can become quite a chore, the recovery phase of exercise is something I rather enjoy. It is a strange thing but many of us can be tempted to short change this vital part of the exercise cycle. In our enthusiasm to build muscle, burn fat, or look younger we can easily start to exercise too much and not give our bodies the time it needs to repair and rejuvenate itself. We fail to give our bodies the time it needs to rebuild and grow stronger. But without an adequate recovery stage, all that exercise is tearing our bodies down. We need rest to build our bodies up. And exercising too frequently can lead to a greater chance of injury. Injuries during exercise are not completely avoidable. But we can greatly limit them by taking two simple steps. Stretching properly before exercising and getting the proper rest between exercise sessions will go a long way in keeping you from having those nagging injuries that disrupt your exercise program. You can make sure you are getting the proper rest for recovery by following a few simple steps. Take a day off…

It is My Favorite Part of the Exercise Process – Recovery!
RecoverySoft / January 22, 2019

While all of that lifting and running and pushing and pulling can become quite a chore, the recovery phase of exercise is something I rather enjoy. It is a strange thing but many of us can be tempted to short change this vital part of the exercise cycle. In our enthusiasm to build muscle, burn fat, or look younger we can easily start to exercise too much and not give our bodies the time it needs to repair and rejuvenate itself. We fail to give our bodies the time it needs to rebuild and grow stronger. But without an adequate recovery stage, all that exercise is tearing our bodies down. We need rest to build our bodies up. And exercising too frequently can lead to a greater chance of injury. Injuries during exercise are not completely avoidable. But we can greatly limit them by taking two simple steps. Stretching properly before exercising and getting the proper rest between exercise sessions will go a long way in keeping you from having those nagging injuries that disrupt your exercise program. You can make sure you are getting the proper rest for recovery by following a few simple steps. Take a day off…

Generativity and Recovery! Part Two: Generativity in My Own Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 22, 2019

My three-month psychiatric incarceration seemed to be aimed at discrediting me after I had leaked newspaper stories. On my way to Canada to seek asylum, I was stopped by police. I evaded them for three days through rural towns and surrendered one midnight, from a ditch on a mountain pass. It was hard for me to accept the way I was treated. Confined to a ward for two weeks, I walked in circles. I barked on the payphone testing many of my supports. They all just said I was delusional. I really did learn a lot from a mob boss’s daughter. There are a lot to the rules that govern those of us who get trafficked in this land of the free. Still, I did what I could to disrespect the mob especially because my counselor told me not to. And so, I endured a month of chronic warehousing conditions. I had to wear other peoples’ clothes to brave the ice-cold of the barely heated ward. Two and a half months in my psychiatrist finally responded to my requests to meet with her. “You know, Tim, one time we had someone come here saying the FBI was following him. In…

Generativity and Recovery! Part Two: Generativity in My Own Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 20, 2019

My three-month psychiatric incarceration seemed to be aimed at discrediting me after I had leaked newspaper stories. On my way to Canada to seek asylum, I was stopped by police. I evaded them for three days through rural towns and surrendered one midnight, from a ditch on a mountain pass. It was hard for me to accept the way I was treated. Confined to a ward for two weeks, I walked in circles. I barked on the payphone testing many of my supports. They all just said I was delusional. I really did learn a lot from a mob boss’s daughter. There are a lot to the rules that govern those of us who get trafficked in this land of the free. Still, I did what I could to disrespect the mob especially because my counselor told me not to. And so, I endured a month of chronic warehousing conditions. I had to wear other peoples’ clothes to brave the ice-cold of the barely heated ward. Two and a half months in my psychiatrist finally responded to my requests to meet with her. “You know, Tim, one time we had someone come here saying the FBI was following him. In…