Today we’re checking out some great survival knowledge from sites across the web, and adding a bit of helpful commentary to help you decide which to read.
From graywolfsurvival.com: Two Free Tools to Increase OPSEC Online
This article does indeed provide you with some excellent tools, but it also goes into the nitty gritty details of why and how to use them which is even more useful. Admittedly the online world has progressed much faster than anyone but an enthusiast can keep up with, particularly in the realm of tracking software and the selling of personally identifiable data to big businesses and governments world wide. The tools here will assist you in dealing with some of those ever persistent tracking nasties, but the article itself will actually help you understand how they work so that you can go further into it and actually reduce the odds of being tracked overall. You may be shocked to see just how much “they” can find out from some daily google searches…
From thesurvivalmom.com: The Importance of Keeping Data Storage Low-Tech
And on the flipside, here’s this article! I personally use free a password program that helps me to manage all my various online accounts, so I definitely see the use in writing down and keeping important personal information in a helpful book. Perhaps it would be part of your survival binder? I would caution you though to ensure that that book is very well secured so that it would be obvious if it was stolen. Nothing like putting all your eggs into one helpful book to be stolen because someone left it on the kitchen counter after updating it. A “little black book” to keep your most important information is extremely useful even so, so give this article a look and see if you want to start your own.
From blueyurtfarms.com: 7 Reasons Why I Love Free Ranging Chickens
Having free ranged my own chickens, I can say that these 7 benefits listed are definitely there. It’s amazing to see how such domesticated animals can still be so independent and intelligent (for chickens) in gathering food and how focused they are on ridding my yard of annoying pest insects. That said, I would caution you to ensure that, like the chickens in the article, you ensure that the chickens are well-guarded by dogs or some manner of impenetrable barrier. Else you might come home to a large number of dead poultry!
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This article first appeared at Prepared For That: Keeping Data Storage Low-Tech: Josh’s Take on Survival Knowledge