This Amazon list will be regularly update with things I find that are particularly designed for use with Linux: Designed for Linux.
Opensource.com provides some important predictions about AI over the coming year.
From opensource.com, 4 opensource alternatives to Microsoft Access. Some may be easier to use as well.
Note to self: Always remember that your Adobe Creative Suite apps work together. Don’t do it all in Photoshop when you like InDesign better for layout and can then edit graphics with Photoshop in the layout. Or overlays for video in Premiere Pro. (This is an observation and neither a paid promo nor an affiliate link.
If you’re having problems loading some secure sites using Firefox (for me it’s gmail.com, which is secure!), you might need to check the notes on this page.
Wordfence Lists Top Security Analysis Tools, and it is generally worthwhile to read their material.
From opensource.com, 15 books for kids who (you want to) love Linux and open source, Plus, three books for babies. Its’a good list. I’ve added some of these books to my Open Source Software page.
I posted on March 23 about how security and convenience conflict. I just found some numbers on one of my favorite sites, FiveThirtyEight.com. Their article The Trouble With Leaving Facebook Is That We Like Facebook explains the data.
An answer to the question: Do You Need a WordPress Security Plugin? The explanation is also useful in helping those who aren’t experts understand why computer security must be regularly updated.