Getting serious about privacy


I think we’ve all heard of the stories – I mention that I was looking to buy this or I did a search for that product and then, lo and behold, advertisements for that product appears on your desktop. Coincidence or not, it’s pretty freaky when it happens. A long time ago, I took actionContinue reading “Getting serious about privacy”

Kicking the tires on Opera GX


In a world where every browser pretty much looks the same, I was intrigued with the announcement that Opera was going to release a gaming browser. The preview picture had me interested; the features are interesting. The default colours are an LED looking red on a black background. Of course, I had to change itContinue reading “Kicking the tires on Opera GX”

A really quick fix that took a while


I’ve been using Linux in one form of computer or another since 2004.  It was at an ISTE conference that I attended a poster session (I was the only one; everyone else was at Apple or Microsoft based sessions) and the gentleman gave me a demo and a CD to install when I got home.Continue reading “A really quick fix that took a while”