Explaining Free-to-Play

What does F2P mean? F2P: How it Works

Shift Drive/Shutterstock.comIf you’re even remotely interested in gaming, you’ve come across the acronym F2P or the term “free-to-play.” What does this mean, though? Is it really free, or are there strings attached? Let’s take a look. What is F2P? Free-to-play has meant different things to different people at different times. The shareware of the ’90s…

Explaining Spring

Explaining Spring4Shell: The Internet security disaster that wasn’t

RIDING THE HYPE TRAIN — Vulnerability in the Spring Java Framework is important, but it’s no Log4Shell. Dan Goodin – Apr 2, 2022 12:33 am UTC Getty ImagesHype and hyperbole were on full display this week as the security world reacted to reports of yet another Log4Shell. The vulnerability came to light in December and…

causes Explaining

It is difficult to explain the causes of different psychedelic experiences. This study demonstrates why.

In recent years, psychedelics have made their way from spiritual ceremonies and music festivals to clinical trials for treatment of addiction, PTSD, and depression. Oregon and Washington D.C. have already taken steps to decriminalize certain psychedelics, and ketamine and psilocybin clinics popping up across the US. “It’s a little bit of the Wild West,” says…

Explaining USWNT

Explaining the USWNT, U.S. Soccer Pay Settlement: What Tuesday’s decision means and what’s next

For years, the USWNT have been fighting U.S. Soccer for equal pay. On Tuesday, this most contentious battle came to an end. Here’s what it means…

Explaining FreeBSD

Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD

We all know and have at least once used the top(1) command to track information about our cpu and processes, but how many of you know what each field means? Today we will guide you through each of these fields. By default, top(1) displays the ‘top’ processes on each system and periodically updates this information every 2.0 seconds using…