Even More Storage: Yearly Bonuses For Paid ProtonMail Accounts

It’s no secret around this blog or for anyone who listened to the Unusually Pink Podcast that I’m a fan of ProtonMail. While it’s unfortunate that privacy in the world of computing often comes with an associated monetary cost, the simple fact of the matter is that if you aren’t paying for your email account… Continue reading Even More Storage: Yearly Bonuses For Paid ProtonMail Accounts

Books: Hands On Hacking

While I’ve been stuck at home as the global coronavirus pandemic rages on (currently on day 241 of quarantine, for those who listen to the Same Shade Of Difference), I’ve been trying to make the most of my time in captivity with lots of reading, training, and personal projects to learn as much new stuff… Continue reading Books: Hands On Hacking

SSIDs Everywhere

As someone who has been an apartment dweller for a relatively long time, there are some extremely solid perks to it. It’s nice to never have to worry about things like maintenance, for example; if something goes wrong, I open a service ticket and someone shows up to fix the problem. When my furnace wouldn’t… Continue reading SSIDs Everywhere

Ubuntu Linux GRUB Error After 20.04 Upgrade

While I’ve nuked my personal VPS, I still have a VPS that I use for work; it comes in handy for things like running cron jobs, maintaining persistent shells, and generally handling things where a Linux shell seems better than a macOS shell (I’m looking at you, remote PowerShell sessions connecting to Microsoft Exchange.) This… Continue reading Ubuntu Linux GRUB Error After 20.04 Upgrade

Offsite Podcasting

I’ve written before about how difficult it can be to record podcasts remotely, something that has continued to be a struggle throughout the pandemic. For the Unusually Pink Podcast, the irritation of recording remotely was enough to make both Brandi and myself decide it was best to throw in the towel after a year. Mark… Continue reading Offsite Podcasting

Safari 14

Last week the 10.15.7 update to macOS Catalina came with a nice surprise: Safari 14. I was caught off guard by this since I had assumed we wouldn’t see Safari 14 until Big Sur released later this year. It was also a nice surprise for me since Safari has become my browser of choice, not… Continue reading Safari 14

Connecting An Existing Firebase Hosting Project To A New Site

As a follow-up to my last post on GitHub Pages, I mentioned that I moved one of my websites to Firebase. Firebase is a platform from Google for creating web and mobile applications. As a PaaS offering, there are a lot of different parts to the service, but as a platform for web applications hosting… Continue reading Connecting An Existing Firebase Hosting Project To A New Site