Person + Computer + Blue Screen of Death = Drugs (say whaaaat?)

Person + Computer + Blue Screen of Death = Drugs (say whaaaat?)

Bluescreen by Dan WellsSeries: Mirador #1Published by: Balzer & Bray on February 16, 2016Genre: Crime, Dystopian, Science Fiction, Young AdultPages: 352Source: EdelweissGoodreads Rating: 4/5Los Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors, as long as you have the right connections. That connection is a […]

Protect the WordPress Admin Area with htpasswd

Protect the WordPress Admin Area with htpasswd

I receive an awesome WordPress security question from Shannelle: Ashley! You’ve mentioned that you got to do a login page to access the real login page, and I was wondering, how did you do that? I’m being bothered by so many emails about people trying […]

Seriously, Update WordPress

Seriously, Update WordPress

Have you ever seen this before? If you use self-hosted WordPress, you have. You know what baffles me? People who ignore this message. Sometimes for years. Yes, I’ve seen some people using WP versions that are YEARS out of date. Isn’t that just completely baffling? […]

Review: Solitaire by Alice Oseman – Wow, you are bitter

Review: Solitaire by Alice Oseman – Wow, you are bitter

I stopped reading this book at 27%. Let’s talk about Solitaire In the book, Solitaire is some kind of blog/prankster group. We learn pretty quickly that their blog URL is http://solitaire.co.uk . My first thought (which continued to bug me throughout the book) was: “There’s […]

Review & Giveaway: Find Me by Romily Bernard

Review & Giveaway: Find Me by Romily Bernard

HACKING?!?! THIS IS SO AN ASHLEY BOOK!! I seek out hacking/computer/nerd/programmer books like a moth to the flame. For me, it’s like a bonding session with my fellow epic computer nerds. It’s awesome. And Find Me was just like that, but it also had a […]

Vortex by S.J. Kincaid

Vortex by S.J. Kincaid

Vortex didn’t quite have the same magic for me that Insignia did. It was still a good book, it just didn’t have me screaming and shrieking like an excited, insane girl. Vortex had a bit of a slower start and I didn’t get fully sucked […]

The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise

The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise

Fluffy, quirky, a bit unrealistic, and totally unexpected—all words that describe The Boyfriend App. None of those are necessarily bad things, but I think they pretty accurately fit this book. There are some very specific things I liked about this book, and some things I […]

Doomed by Tracy Deebs

Doomed by Tracy Deebs

I was nervous about starting Doomed. I’m a computer nerd, gaming nerd, web design nerd, and all kinds of internet geeky. I wanted Doomed to rock my universe. I wanted it to knock my pants off. I was afraid that perhaps I had overhyped it […]

Burning Blue by Paul Griffin

Burning Blue by Paul Griffin

Wow, I absolutely ADORED this book! Burning Blue is told from two main points of view: Jay and entries from Nicole’s diary. There are a few others as well (like notes from the therapists), but those two are the key ones. Jay was a fabulous […]

Don’t Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon

Don’t Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon

A Young Adult sci-fi thriller book for computer nerds. YESSSS!! Where have you been all my life? If you read my blog regularly or if you’ve at least seen my Bitchin’ Book Blog section, you probably know that I’m a huge computer nerd. I love […]

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