The question is: In-Place upgrade or full install?

With the impending release later today of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver. Should I do an In-Place upgrade or a full install. Since my last in place upgrade went so well, that’s the direction I’m leaning. I’ll download a full image just so I have it, but I think I’m going to give the in place upgraded shot again.

Today I was reminded why I’m glad I retired.

Some things never change. Agency upper management is still jumping on the same old bandwagons of half-assed private sector concepts that end up being a total waste of time and effort.


Mark just gave the world a great gift

Mark Zuckerberg gave conservative pundits months, maybe even years of ammunition to throw back in his face. Sitting in front of a congressional committee is not the place for him to be.

His lack communication skills are glaringly obvious.

Hey Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t like that message

Hey Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t like that message he sent you, so he ¬†reached into your Facebook Messenger and deleted it.

Bet you can’t do that!

Thanks for censoring my feed.

So I got this nice message at the top of my Facebook feed that said they were going to kindly fact check my post for me and any post that their fact-checkers deemed to be fake would be blocked and removed.

Anything a liberal organization doesn’t agree with will be designated as fake.

Snopes have already proven to me to be very liberal leaning to the point that I personally feel they can’t be trusted.

It’s not a stretch to believe that social media organizations will use the fake post excuse to censor ideologies they don’t agree with specifically conservatives.

Cutting down on FB feels better

I’ve cut down on my Facebook use last few weeks and it really feels great.

Now I know what you’re thinking, you just posted on Facebook,¬†how does this work?

Simple, my blog post is automatically posted to Twitter which in turn are auto-posted to Facebook. That way I don’t have to see Facebook itself.

I still check Facebook periodically but not nearly as much as I used to and I really feel better for it.

I found that I didn’t need to know what other people were doing.

Having my own blog has replaced the need to use Facebook as a place to vent. And I don’t have to worry about the liberal FB police not liking my posts.