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  • Oct
    2017
    Migrate Email from One G Suite Account to Another (Tutorial)

    Contents Introduction Goals and Description Things You’ll Need Steps 1. Move Accounts Around Optional – Move Users to Sub-Organization Swap Domains 2. Low Security Is Best Security 3. Enable IMAP for Every Account 4. Deleting Domain from Source Account 5. Adding Domain to Destination Account 6. Immediately Recreate the Users on the Destination Account 7. […]

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  • Mar
    2016
    “Illegal characters in path” Problem with Windows 10

    I was recently working with Amazon’s guide to setting up CodeCommit via HTTPS on Windows 10 and ran into a problem with Windows 10’s new PATH editor. Here’s my solution.

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  • Jan
    2016
    BitTorrent Sync – A Fast, Reliable Synchronization Option

    I worked on a project for a client that had 200GB of data sitting on a web server, with no backups. My goal was to create a real-time mirror of this data on-site. I looked through a number of different software options – here is my analysis.

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  • Jan
    2016
    Pervasive SQL Database Backup Script – Made Easy!

    I recently worked with a client that had a custom-written application that used Pervasive SQL as its back-end database. I wanted to make a backup of the data – and not just a single, manual backup, but a nightly, automated backup. I put together a quick script to do just that!

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  • Oct
    2015
    Taking Control of a WindowsImageBackup Folder

    Windows 7, 8, and 10 have a convenient feature that can create a backup image of your entire computer, or just select storage devices. Unfortunately, the resulting files are not “owned” by your user, making simple tasks like checking the backup size impossible. Here’s a quick guide on taking ownership of the backup image.

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  • Sep
    2015
    CrashPlan for Family and HomeLab Review

    I’ve been working with CrashPlan for about two years now, and I see it mentioned quite a bit on the HomeLab subreddit. It works quite well for the price and has unlimited backup space for the Family option. It has many flaws, though, which should be actively explored before purchasing the solution.

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  • Jan
    2015
    On Knuckle Scanners and Cheating – How to Bypass Proctortrack

    Contents Introduction Intercepting the Video Feed Pre-Recorded Video The Non-Standard Hardware Approach Extra monitor LAN party The Non-Standard Software Approach Virtual Machine The Non-Technical Approach Just Use the Actual Textbook Use a Second Laptop The “Mess With Them” Approach Sunglasses Wallpaper with eyes, or a Jonas Brothers Poster Green screen Conclusion A friend of mine […]

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  • Dec
    2014
    The Targum is Yet Again the Front Page for SJP – Aaron London

    I have updated this article on 12/9/2014, at the bottom of the existing article. Click here to skip to the update. Oh, come on, Daily Targum. I thought I was done with you. I thought when you finally got rid of Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (she also goes by Amani Alkhat), we wouldn’t have to deal with […]

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  • Jul
    2014
    Installing PhoneGap/Cordova on Windows and Linux

    PhoneGap/Cordova is a powerful tool that allows you to write applications in JavaScript and cross-compile them for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, iOS, and a number of other platforms. Installation can be a bit of a pain, so I documented my steps to help others.

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  • Feb
    2014
    Amani’s Finally Gone…Sort Of

    Well, she’s finally gone. The Daily Targum has had its caucus, the 146th editorial board is now in place, and Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (she also goes by Amani Alkhat) is no longer employed there. But Amani couldn’t leave well enough alone, and decided to publish a blog on the Huffington Post website, entitled “An Inside Look […]

    Daily Targum Bias
  • Jan
    2014
    Can Hillel’s funding be put to better use elsewhere?

    There have been a few updates to the story: 1/27/2014 | 2/3/2014 | 2/6/2014 The Targum is certainly trying to start the new year off with the same anti-Semitic junk they love so much. Today’s poorly-written diatribe is by a Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences senior majoring in planning and public policy. Her editorial […]

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  • Oct
    2013
    Random Insertion of Anti-Israel Story

    This seemingly random story was inserted on page 7 of the Targum, on a day when no other Israel-related op-eds were printed. The article talks about the plight of the Bedouins, who are about to get their houses taken over by the “evil” Israelis – how strange that they chose today to print this, in […]

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  • Oct
    2013
    Mock Eviction Notices Threaten Students’ Sense of Safety – Rutgers Hillel

    Yet another example of the Targum editing an op-ed…except this time, it was actually a press release from the Rutgers Hillel. Rutgers Hillel Rabbi Esther Reed Sunday night, Oct. 6, very realistic “eviction notices” were placed under doors of student residence halls and apartment buildings at the University. They were so realistic, in fact, that […]

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  • Oct
    2013
    Israel should not be attacked to promote Palestinian cause – Aviv Alter

    A new school year, and another opinion article modified by the Targum. I have noted where Aviv’s original submission was modified, by showing both her language that wa removed, as well as the language that the Targum injected. Earlier this week, I was woken in middle of the night by a phone call informing me […]

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  • Mar
    2013
    Editor’s Column Misleading – Talia Greenstein

    (Note: The opinions on this site reflect my own personal opinions, and not those of the author of the letter, Talia Greenstein) This letter to the editor has but one change, and yet, its impact is extreme – the Opinion Editor of the Daily Targum, Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (she also goes by Amani Alkhat), added the […]

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  • Feb
    2013
    Beware of Nuclear Capabilities – Sabrina Szteinbaum

    Let’s examine a recent opinion column by Sabrina Szteinbaum. What’s interesting about this piece, though, is that it’s missing quite a bit from what was actually submitted. Take a look for yourself: It is a possibility that by mid-2014, Iran may have enough weapons-grade uranium for multiple bombs. It is a possibility that by mid-2014, […]

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  • Jul
    2012
    Why Can’t Microsoft Count to 0?

    I recently embarked on a project to create an add-in for Outlook 2010, using Visual Studio 2010 and C# .NET 4.0. I found that Microsoft switches off between indexing arrays and collections at 0 or 1, and doesn’t do a very good job of documenting it.

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  • Apr
    2011
    How to Make an Essay Look Longer

    It’s somewhat difficult to make demands on essays for students – demanding that they have 500 words, for example, leads to really, really, very, extremely superfluous lists of adjectives and describing words like this sentence to up the word count. Other teachers use the page count as a metric of completion. But what happens when […]

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  • Dec
    2010
    How to Put Text Files On Your TI Calculator

    We’ve all been there – sitting in a math class, taking a test or quiz, and you completely blank out on a formula you know you should have memorized. It’s not that you don’t know how to use it, or where it’s applicable, it’s just that it’s hard to both learn a concept and memorize […]

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  • Dec
    2010
    Changing a Song’s Pitch in Audacity

    I’m not a music person, but I’ve been asked many times to change the pitch of a song because it does not match or harmonize with the key of the voice of someone trying to sing along. This is a guide on how to do just that, starting from software installation and ending with a […]

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