October 2001 Issue
America has known hard times.
felt America’s pain.
Powell, a self-described “urban poet”, is a Petty Officer in the
United States Navy. His work has been accepted in such underground
publications as the Native Tongue
Newsletter and Soul Fountain and
will appear in the April 2001 issue of Left
Curve. He has also has authored one chapbook, entitled “Dead On
Linda Watkins, a Cincinnati native, moved to Indianapolis with her husband, Levi, and their miniature pincher, China. In 1994, she self-published, Black Owned Reviews, a small book of poetry. Since then, she has revised and multiplied the amount of poems, renaming the book, "Let me Shake Your Leaves." In November of this year her first novella "Thru the Door" will be released. She is a member of the Black Writers Alliance and the National Association of Colored Women. She is also an Ex-servicewoman, having served in the United States Army and National Guard. She is a homebody and loves to travel. She loves writing, reading and living and hopes to continue to live life to the fullest writing words.
Below is information that I shared with the users at my workplace. The information can be applied both at work or for passwords you uses at home or on the Internet.
So, it's time to change your password and you can't think of one that you could readily remember? To make it easy on yourself, you enter the name of your best friend or your dog, Gingus. You will remember his name with ease because you have a picture of Gingus in a custom picture frame with his name on you desk next to your computer. Great!
Not so great. This is indeed a security red flag for IT departments! A person has three (3) attempts to access an account before the account becomes locked out. If someone wanted to access the above user's computer
account, the culprit might look at the picture of Gingus and wonder if that might be the password. First attempt Gingus is typed, and the culprit is in the user's account illegally! More...
The International Library of Poetry has a wonderful online site for poets. If you’re looking for a quick mechanism to get your poetry published online, check out their Web site at www.poetry.com
It is unclear
why jazz format radio stations have not been giving Touch
the play it deserves. It is a different sound and certainly doesn’t fit
into the formulaic musical trends that so many artists fall into. David
Mann is one of the contemporary jazz heavy hitters, but for whatever
reason he doesn’t get the recognition he deserves. The CD features other
jazz legends such as Bob James, Wayman Tisdale, Chris Botti, Chieli
Minucci and Chuck Loeb. Stone Groove is one of the best
tracks, but the entire CD is a force to reckon with. For contemporary
jazz fans looking for something new and different, check out David Mann’s
Touch. David Mann exemplifies the depth of his saxophone
prowess, rating along side Boney James, David Sanborn, Kenny G, Kim
Waters, Dave Koz, Warren Hill, and Richard Elliott, to name a few.
Touch is a guaranteed “must have” and will make a great Christmas,
Hanukkah or Kwanzaa gift for all the contemporary jazz music lovers on
your gift list.
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