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)
Hugh writes, “These amazing animated shorts on physics feature an adorable, 1930’s style version of Maxwell’s Demon. There are 3 so far — can’t wait to see more!”
Continue reading Explaining Physics With Wonderful, 1930s-Style Animation
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