Back To Firefox

Back in 2002, Firefox was the new hotness in the world of web browsers. Rising from the ashes of Netscape Navigator, the browser emerged as a true competitor to the horror of Internet Explorer. It offered competition with superior rendering and web compliance without the plethora of security issues plaguing Internet Explorer. While Firefox grew… Continue reading Back To Firefox

Chromebooks, VPNs, and You

Do you trust your Internet service provider? If you answer that question with a resounding “No!”, then you’re among friends here. While Internet connectivity is an essential need for many of us, there are a plethora of reasons to be wary of the company providing that connectivity to you. Especially in the United States, the… Continue reading Chromebooks, VPNs, and You

Unusually Pink Impressions: Acer Chromebook 315

As we’ve mentioned in a few podcast episodes, I happen to be a fan of Chromebooks. I have a hulking desktop that I use for things like gaming, programming, and photo editing. That same desktop is also extremely loud and generates enough heat to warm my apartment, whether it needs to be warmed or not.… Continue reading Unusually Pink Impressions: Acer Chromebook 315

Unusually Pink Updates: Dropbox, Password Managers, and Ad Blocking

This will be one of those weird amalgam posts featuring multiple only mildly-related topics but which are too short to be a post in their own right. I though it would be helpful to provide some updates on a few things that Brandi and I have talked about in some of our past episodes. They’re… Continue reading Unusually Pink Updates: Dropbox, Password Managers, and Ad Blocking