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 on: September 16, 2014, 08:31:46 PM 
Started by GSF - Last post by buzzbee
On any computer ,set up multiple user accounts. Let one be an administrator account. Password protect it with a strong password.
Let the others be non administrator(or regular) user accounts.These can be password protected also,but just do not let them be admin accounts. Do your internet access with these accounts,never the admin account. Using this method, malware can not be installed without permission. The only way the computer can allow permission is by someone entering the administrator password . Most malware and viruses get installed by the computer user unwittingly via email links or free downloads on the net.Toolbars and freeware often add other software not bargained for.
Also with using this method,you can delete that user account and it shouldn't spread.
And I agree with the above statements, dell and microsoft do not call their customers with a bug report. I hope when you handed over control they didn't peruse any bank account info or passwords on your pc. I would be diligent and every secure account I had somewhere ,go and change your password immediately.
If you left your web browser store passwords for you,you could be at immediate risk.Don't tkae it lightly.
In the future ,I would use a password vault llke Last Pass(www.lastpass.com) to manage passwords. It is a very secure password manager.

 72 
 on: September 16, 2014, 08:26:19 PM 
Started by LKBruns - Last post by AllenF
I have used nails and staples both on bodies.  The last set I really got crazy and used deck screws with the screw gun. 

 73 
 on: September 16, 2014, 07:31:06 PM 
Started by LKBruns - Last post by CBT
Don't forget the tightbond II wood glue.

 74 
 on: September 16, 2014, 07:22:48 PM 
Started by texanbelchers - Last post by texanbelchers
Well, I'm bummed. Cry  Sunday they were cleaning house and foraging.  I put syrup on last night and it didn't look right, but I wasn't able to get a good look.  I just inspected and all I have is less than 50 bees that look like they just emerged, an couple of hive beetles, and a bunch of larva.

Maybe I'll treat the next removal as a package and leave the old comb in the trash.  Maybe they will come back....... Wink

It was a fun learning experience while it lasted!  Oh well, I'm off to the Bee Assoc meeting.

 75 
 on: September 16, 2014, 06:59:36 PM 
Started by GSF - Last post by CBT
We make sure that everyone on a crew has the same brand and model of tape line so anyone that calls a measure to the saw man it is cut right every time. Learned that the hard way!

 76 
 on: September 16, 2014, 06:24:15 PM 
Started by GDRankin - Last post by bud1
crush and strain as idee says, but if you wanna sling a sweeny would bee yo only bet as it was origionally made fo top bar hives

 77 
 on: September 16, 2014, 05:25:03 PM 
Started by ThomasGR - Last post by Michael Bush
If all the bees fit in the hive, it's not overflowing... Smiley

 78 
 on: September 16, 2014, 04:36:36 PM 
Started by Jedda - Last post by jayj200
That will take a long time

do the cutout rubber banding comb with brood to an empty frame no foundation

watch JPthebeeman some 250 videos helped me

 79 
 on: September 16, 2014, 04:29:18 PM 
Started by BlueBee - Last post by sterling
if you look at who, in congress, is pushing for a congressional investigation, and which groups are slamming the NFL, all becomes clear.
it's the folks pushing the "war on women" narrative, and the NOW gang looking for another set of nuts to bust.

the NFL has a high public profile, so it is more susceptible to this kind of pressure. 

Congress has a lot more important stuff to think about then a football thug.

 80 
 on: September 16, 2014, 04:17:48 PM 
Started by ugcheleuce - Last post by jayj200
Hello everyone

What is the quickest *safe* way to make sugar water for bees?

At this time, I'm dissolving sugar into water at the ratio 3 kg : 2 litres.  I do this at the kitchen stove, and I can only do 2 litres at a time.  I've managed to decrease the time it takes to dissolve the sugar to about 20 minutes, by using an electric whisk and by bringing the water almost to the boil before I pour the sugar in (instead of starting the sugar + water mixture from a colder temperature).  I know the solution is "ready" when I can see the bottom of the pot clearly.  Then I pour the sugar water into flat bowls and put them outside to cool off.

But... is there a safe way to get the to-solution time down to e.g. 10 minutes?  Is it safe to allow the mixture to boil? (that would free me from having to keep watch over it, or allow me to use the microwave oven)  Are there non-harmful ingredients that I can add to the solution to make the sugar dissolve quicker?

Alternatively, do any of you use overnight sugar dissolving methods, such as these: 1, 2, 3 (and what do you call it in English)?

Thanks
Samuel



Since it doesn't take long to make a quart, What is the hurry?

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