If you follow this site, you most likely know that a large part of the content focuses on privacy and security. About 2 years ago, I said what I had to say on these subjects. From then on, I decided to simply continue linking to those who remained vigilant in these areas.
However, current events compel me to speak up once more.
Continue reading Injustice at the Border: How to Protect Your Data (Part 1)
In the last post of this series, I was about to enter my first Sicilian church. It was early in the morning, so I did not anticipate much activity. In a way, I was right, but I did encounter something unexpected.
Continue reading Going Home: An Italian American in Sicily (Part 4)
I walk about 11,000 steps a day. During these walks, Apple's AirPods and a solid lineup of podcasts are essential to me. I love podcasts, and for a long time, Shifty Jelly's Pocket Casts has been my go-to podcatcher solution.
I still think it's a great app, but I know it is not the only great podcatcher out there. All this time, I have continued to hear praise for Marco Arment's Overcast. I spend an enormous amount of time listening to podcasts, so if there was a chance to improve this experience, I felt that I should check it out.
Here's what happened.
Continue reading Podcatcher Polygamy: Overcast
In the previous part of this series, I outlined my concerns for the future of general purpose computing and began to imagine what my computing life would look like with a Linux-based machine.
Now, I will share what I have found.
Continue reading Hello Again: Mac Thoughts (Part 3)
This post is part of a multi-part series on Linux.
Last time, we wrapped up our Linux discussion with background processes. Now, we are going to move on to file modes and permissions.
Let's get started.
Continue reading Digging Deep With Linux (Part 9)
Now that I have covered what I loved about the AirPods, I need to talk about some of their weaknesses. Let’s get started.
Continue reading A Geek’s Best Friend: AirPods (Part 2)