We’ve not done a real spring break vacation in years. Seems like there’s always too much going on or business trips that take me away at the wrong time. With finally leaving my last company and focusing solely on my own business, 2 the Top Web Design, 2011 was the 1st year we’d had the flexibility to get away for a proper Jones family Spring Break.
See the full photo album here: Ross Jones Photos on Google+ fyi, the pictures are mostly, but not all, in chronological order.
It’s usually pretty easy to spot spam but sometimes it’s not. Case in point was today when I got an email from firstname.lastname@example.org that sounds like she could be a long lost friend. The red flag was that it included a link to a zip file. NEVER NEVER click on a zip file unless you’re specifically expecting it!! You risk getting hacked or getting a virus or other bad things. Here’s the full content of the email:
Update: Thanks to Jerry for investigating & finding that the target included a hidden exe file. Also, Stephen reports that the real domain owner replied to his email and said his site had been hacked recently. Hopefully, we won’t see any more of this spam. Read the rest of this entry »
I got the following jbquy group email message that looks like spam:
Hello, I’ve added you to my jbquy group at Yahoo! Groups, a free, easy-to-use service. Yahoo! Groups makes it easy to send and receive group messages, coordinate events, share photos and files, and more.
Upon further investigation…
We’re eating some nice sirloin tonight so here’s my tips on the best way to grill a sirloin steak.
The whole family loves the steak marinade that we’ve used in the past but we’re running short on it so we’re going to use 3 different methods on the steaks tonight.
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With the entire family here for Thanksgiving, we cooked 2 turkeys on the Weber grill. In the past, I’ve always used my electric smoker to come up with a smoked turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. Unfortunately, the smoker was on the fritz this year so I had to make a last minute change of outdoor cooking plans. Here’s how it went: