Injustice at the Border: How to Protect Your Data (Part 1)

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 continue linking to those who remained vigilant in these areas.

However, current events compel me to speak up once more.

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Outstanding iOS Apps (Part 1)

I love great software, and I still get enjoyment from passing along recommendations for apps that have improved the quality of my life. Over the past year, my mobile workflow has significantly changed, and I am now relying on a different set of apps/platforms to get things done.

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Digging Deep With Linux (Prelude)

This post is part of a multi-part series on Linux.

If you take the time to look around paulciano.org, you will see that I have more than a passing interest in open source and Linux. In the past, I have written about both UNIX and the most popular, Linux-based operating system (OS), Ubuntu.

In my personal and professional life, I am continually trying to increase my proficiency in understanding, using, and advocating these technologies for myriad reasons. Yet, I still feel as if I have only touched the surface.

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