Improve Your Privacy On The Internet

Editor’s Note: This is the second installment in a series of articles on how to both improve your privacy and lower your digital footprint on the Internet. My last post discusses facial recognition, and my next post will focus on emails. To learn more about facial recognition and how to fool it, click HERE. Disclaimer:… Continue reading Improve Your Privacy On The Internet

Fool Facial Recognition

Editor’s Note: For the past three months, I have been spending much of my spare time working on ways to improve both my privacy and my digital footprint on the Internet. To accomplish this, I realized that Big Tech’s massive collection of personal data is the epicenter of the entire Internet privacy issue. What can… Continue reading Fool Facial Recognition

Mid 2008 iMac With Ubuntu 20.04

My iMac is 12 years old, with a version of OS X that was released 5 years ago, and the last update for the operating system was 2 years ago. Simply, it was time to rejuvenate the iMac with a contemporary operating system. An iMac with Ubuntu seemed like a direction I needed to take…..and… Continue reading Mid 2008 iMac With Ubuntu 20.04

Aegis Secure Key 3NX-C Review

Forward Several weeks ago, I received an email inviting me to write a review on Apricorn’s Aegis Secure Key 3NX-C. Before replying, I did some research on both the company (Apricorn) and the Aegis Secure Key 3NX-C. Apricorn focuses on designing, manufacturing, and marketing 256-bit AES encrypted external data storage devices. Storage platforms range from… Continue reading Aegis Secure Key 3NX-C Review

Enable Trim After Mac SSD Install

What Is Trim And Why Use It? Before we discuss Trim, let’s find out what a P/E cycle is. Basically, there are two processes involved when something is written to an SSD drive: Writing begins with erasing memory from flash memory cells. These cells are then programmed with the new information. This is called a… Continue reading Enable Trim After Mac SSD Install

Quickly Edit CSV Spreadsheets With Easy CSV Editor

What is the Easy CSV Editor? The Easy CSV Editor is a powerful text editor designed specifically for CSV/TSV tables and spreadsheets. Besides editing, it can also sort, find, find and replace, filter, and much more. The Easy CSV Editor is not a spreadsheet program. It performs no math functions. The Easy CSV Editor is… Continue reading Quickly Edit CSV Spreadsheets With Easy CSV Editor

Symphytum A Free Personal Database

What is Symphytum? Symphytum is an intuitive and easy way to manage your data. It is not a database powerhouse, and as well, it lacks the complexities associated with those powerhouses. Symphytum can perform basic database functions. It works only in CSV formats, can import and export tables, perform searches, and more. Written in C++… Continue reading Symphytum A Free Personal Database

How To Bulk Upload Products to WooCommerce

What Is WooCommerce? Along with a WordPress site, and a store-themed-template, WooCommerce does all the heavy lifting in turning your website into an online store. WooCommerce has ways to input product data, sell products, manage your inventory, handle shipments, handle refunds, and much more. Think of WooCommerce as kind of a Swiss Army Knife for… Continue reading How To Bulk Upload Products to WooCommerce

Citizen Blue Angels Chronograph AT8020-3L Review

Sometimes A Watch Is More Than A Watch Today we have mechanical watches, battery-powered digital watches, and smartwatches (digital devices on the wrist linked to a cellphone). The first two types of watches mentioned are focused on telling time, while the smartwatch has many focuses, time being only one of them. The Citizen Blue Angles… Continue reading Citizen Blue Angels Chronograph AT8020-3L Review