Ran across this gem of an article the other day on Reddit. Privacy and technology is a big issue right now and this article does a wonderful job of, rightfully, placing the blame for current problems right back on the companies producing the software and devices we’re all using.
There is a ton I could write about privacy and security on the Internet. We have all heard the stories of data breaches, hacks, etc. Let’s talk about some of the areas that I think are important. Tools There are definitely some very simple steps that most people can do to help immensely with theirContinue reading “My State of 2019 – Privacy/Security”
Trying out various run/walk trackers. Settling back on WalkMeter because its still the best for me. Then giving up on WalkMeter and sticking with the built-in stuff because it covers all of what I really need
How I settled on Things 3. How I currently do my “system”. How I store documents.
The personal browser wars. How I ended up back on Firefox (like what the project stands for, the technology, etc)
Talk about how I’m a developer and how I pay too much attention to benchmarks.
Day to day there is no meaningful difference in speed between the major browsers. If I were going to go soley based on speed it would be Safari.
This guy is so wrong (assuming of course he’s not joking). The idea that tweets should be around for all time is ridiculous. If anything in this world is ephemeral its 280-character bits of text. The fact that I want to delete tweets every 30 days is not being a coward, and quite frankly noneContinue reading
Testing out some of the new WordPress themes and have setting for the moment on the new Morden theme. Without paying a significant amount of money WP.com really limits what you can do. One the one theme where I can change the fonts, Twenty Twenty, the font weights are just plain stupid and of courseContinue reading “New Theme”
Found this quote on a website in a review of some personal wiki software: Someone once told me that the word “wiki” is Hawaiian for “can’t find shit”. So true.
Create a new Smart Group with the following rules: “All of the following are true” Kind is Any Document Item is not Tagged
Last night reminded me why I really prefer Mac. Trying to get the XPS13 laptop (model 9350 for those that are reading this that might have come here looking for clues) ready for sale and of course a factory reset can’t be straightforward. Dell has options for just this scenario but once I ran theContinue reading “Fun with Dell computer recovery”