What you see posted online and especially on social media are just the highlights from that person. It isn't exactly what are doing all day, every day.
Facebook is doing a test in a few countries where they are going to show less political content in the news feed. I think they did this too late.
AWS is used by so many different websites and by so many different companies, the question is how many and why?
Clubhouse is getting popular, but how do they plan to make money? If it's free then you're the product.
Webmention and Indieweb seem great in practice until you go into the details of the community and who is making it.
We all tend to read or follow people we agree with, why is that? It's called confirmation bias.
You may be required to put a disclosure, or it may be optional. But where should that go?
Github fired an employee after they said something in the company messenger, many employees disagreed with the firing. Now the company wants to hire them back.
Early risers sometimes get mad at night owls. But there are many things morning birds don't understand about night owls.
Some people use a VPN for everything, and some may only need it when they do certain things. Should you use a VPN when you are editing on a website? It depends.
November 11th 2001 and the days after were interesting days on tv. What did some tv stations do? And what were they required to do?
After some Kickstarter projects raise so much money, what happens to them years down the road?
Toastmasters is an environment where you can do many things, and pass every sing;e speech is one of them. Here is why I think a member shouldn't pass every speech they give.
Stop forcing yourself to read a huge number of books each year. Start with 1 and see where it goes from there.
There are many ways to watch TV nowadays, but which is better, binging the entire season or watching one episode a week? There are pros & cons to each.
Some people consider The Sound of Music to be a Christmas (or holiday) movie. I don't.
Web developers who are local to you aren't cheap, there are many reasons why they aren't. Here are some reasons why they aren't cheap.
FOSS? You can do a ton with it, including creating content with it. How do you do that? It all depends on what your definition of content is.
There is so much noise in our life, we don't even realize it. What can be do about it? You first have to learn to hear it.
Quibi has a low amount of subscribers and downloads, but why is that. It's not just due to COVID-19, it's more than that.
Nobody takes time to think about if a site should be on Cloudflare or not. Most just put their site on Cloudflare, here's why I have taken mine off Cloudflare.
On polling day (or some call it election day) a majority of people who are eligible to vote (that depends on where in the world you are) get the chance…
An lockdown means more people are spending time online, but what if there was no internet during a lockdown period.
Self-hosting is something many people are doing and you may want to self-host as well. There are some reasons why you maybe shouldn't self-host.
Carbon netural Apple, Apple's SRD program announced, Garmin outage due to ransomware, and the USA House antitrust subcommittee is made at the big tech companies.
A journalist could be many different things, but what really is their job?
Many people say to host your own email, but here are the reasons why I don't self-host my own email.
New terminology for Linux, Google investing money in India, Apple winning an EU case, and Twitter lost control of their systems(again).
I thought back to my college experience and wrote about what I would have done differently if I could have.
Blackhat conference, Hong Kong requests, Rimeto acquired, Clearview AI investigation, Google is no longer offering cloud services in China.
iPhone 12 news, Reddit is no longer a free speech zone, Google acquires yet another company, Encrochat has been infiltrated, Silicon Valley elite hate journalists, and more. All happened during the week of June 27th to July 3rd.
There tend to be alternatives to what already exists, Postlab is one of them and Git is what was first.
This is the unbiased tech news that happened between June 20th and June 26th 2020.
Social media is something so many people are on, and use. So why we do we go on social media in the first place?
Slavery references, apps on Mac's and iOS, Dropbox adding more features, a 2.3 Tbps DDos attack, Telegram usable in Russia, and Basecamp's Hey. Alll this and more in this weeks need to know tech news.
Some websites / blog are cheap to run and some are expensive to run. Here is a list of how much it costs me to run this site and it breaks it down for you.
June 6th through 12th had a browser redirect certain links to affiliate links, companies stopping police from being able to use their tools, WWDC coming June 22nd.
May 30th to June 5th was an interesting week in tech news, with #BlackoutTuesday, "unc0ver" jailbreak fix, Instagram API rule clarified, and more.
Some say you shouldn't post like everything is normal, when it's not. But there are many reasons why you should (or just not post at all).
Here is your need to know tech news for May 24th to 29th. Instead of always keeping up to date, why not just read the need to know.