Well, here we are, midway through 2020 – a year I did not expect to be writing about, but 2020 has turned out to be the year that keeps on giving – but in a bad way. I used to think the Internet was the greatest invention of mankind – that it would erase barriers… Continue reading Thoughts Amid 2020
I kind of hoped that this NSA/PRISM/wholesale government surveillance business would re-energize people into actually getting back into using encryption – but sadly it doesn’t seem that way. Content encryption – as opposed to just endpoint encryption, like SSL – is important, and especially so in light of this kind of wholesale government surveillance.
Wow, has it really been 10 years? Yes, it has – officially 10 years ago, on May 27th, 2003, WordPress was released. As part of the WordPress 10th Anniversary Blogging Project, I figured I would I’d share some of my memories of using WordPress over the years. Back in 2003, when WordPress was first released:… Continue reading 10 Years of WordPress
There’s a reason I don’t use services like Tumblr (or LiveJournal, or Blogger, or any of a dozen other similar “free” services) and instead still post things here on my own blog – and that is: I own this blog, but I don’t own Tumblr*. Now, this may not – scratch that, this will not… Continue reading Still Blogging
If there’s one thing that really annoys me, it’s crappy methods of unsubscribing from email newsletters and mailing lists that end with “it may take up to 10 days to process your request.”