What better way to celebrate Cyber November than with a digital upgrade? There are amazing services available, created by companies that truly value your privacy and security. Here are some of my favorites. Use a password managerStop trying to remember a bunch of passwords or, worse, using the same password
This scene has been going through my mind more and more often. We're bombs with ever-shortening fuses. Have you noticed that? Patience, listening, understanding, civility -- these are lost arts in our fast-paced, instant-gratification, real-time texting and tweetering society. Society is on edge. Our responses are disproportionate to the event.
As of today, my life is Google-less. No Gmail, Drive, Calendar, Photos, or even Google searches (gasp!). I'm a little disappointed that the switch was so anticlimactic. Google works tirelessly to keep us in its walled garden, lulled into a hypnotic trance, unquestioningly loyal to the big G, convinced that
I just encountered a scenario that required hosting a static file in a /.well-known/ directory of a website. Simple enough, right? You would think, but Microsoft has a knack for complicating things. I'll try to simplify the process for you by sharing what I learned. What is the /.well-known/ directory?
When did it become so unforgivable, unconscionable, unthinkable to be wrong? Being right is no longer an absolute, but a relative concept. The customer is always right. We said it; therefore, it is. No, sometimes the customer is wrong--factually, inarguably, unbelievably wrong. But, in the name of customer satisfaction, we've