You can guess how I feel about this one as I provided a quote. Barracuda Content Shield provides off-site checking of content, while Managed Workplace is the core of my services to small offices. If you’re one of my clients, … Read More
Since I have a project to provide free computers to those who cannot afford them (I’ll be creating a page about this soon), and since I use a version of Linux to accomplish my mission, I’m always on the lookout … Read More
Multiple recent incidents of clients having difficulties with email attachments have set me to calling people to remind them of good security practices with email. You don’t have to be a victim. Dealing correctly with attachments to emails is extremely … Read More
Ars Technica reports that the FCC has found that major cellular carriers overstated their coverage, something most of us already knew. Based on that article, it seems that the FCC is using basic manipulation of when and in what way … Read More
I just want to put this in there for those who may be searching for help. After I upgraded to Ubuntu 19.10, my localhost server, which I use for a number of databases, quit rendering PHP pages. HTML continued to … Read More
“It doesn’t look like anything else,” said Musk, and he wasn’t wrong. Tesla Cybertruck: Revenge of the nerds makes a smashingly awkward debut Yep. More or less. And yet, I wouldn’t go betting on complete failure. This is Elon Musk, … Read More
Smishing is sending a faked text to your phone in an attempt to gain personal information. This personal information can be used to gain access to other accounts. Here’s a link with more information. It’s targeted at me, as a … Read More
I created this to humorously introduce a new book. It was done with a bit of Adobe AfterEffects and the rest with Adobe Premiere Pro, but it didn’t require anything complex along the way. The voice, with all its faults, … Read More
4 misconceptions about ethics and bias in AI (opensource.com) is well worth reading, whether your designing AI or thinking about its use in society.
This Amazon list will be regularly update with things I find that are particularly designed for use with Linux: Designed for Linux.