In a follow up to my last post, this will be the final time I write about such heartburn inducing topics for a while now. I know I usually place focus on less heavy subject matter and I want to return to that. This is simply the product of me clearing out the final remnants of dusty jargon from the back of my mind.
It goes without saying, 2020 really turned out to be a strange one. We have only reached 50% of the year so far and things really don’t seem to be slowing down at all. We’re really stuck in the twilight of optimism and cautious preparation for the coming 6 months, and justifiably so.
Linux in the Workplace
For many years, Linux users have had to deal with the excruciating pain of confining their beautiful distros to home while having to slave away on Big Brother’s desktop of choice: Windows.
Is this really the case anymore?
Are Windows loyal companies more open to the idea of allowing their employees to use an alternative of choice now?
Set your work machine’s Windows updates to run for a few days, as we take a look at some points on the issue.
A growing trend among useless household items is the voice controlled smart device. Clearly, these devices are soaring in popularity due to the high demand the populous has had for so many years. Do you recall the days before the fabled Amazon Alexa? The time when the only means we had of browsing the internet were our phones, laptops, desktop computers and tablets. How did we ever live like that?
Here is a collection of incidents that have proven Alexa to be a privacy nightmare.
As stated in one of my previous posts, a few days ago, I planned to migrate all of posts from last year over to this new build of my blog. Well, I started actually reading through them again and… They’re not the best representation of me.
This is a brief apology on my behalf, for letting my ”rawness” (let’s call it) get the best of me…