So, as I’ve mentioned before, while I LOVE MacOS, Photos, iMovie, Safari, etc., and particularly Logic Pro X, I’ve grown rather weary of Apple’s continued issues with their laptops. Crappy keyboards that stop working. Version 2 of crappy keyboards that stop working. Version 3 of crappy keyboards that stop working. Ribbon cables to screens that […]Read More Windows Experiment, v.2.0
Think of a piece of technology, and much of the time you can also think of a drawback. Sometimes it’s significant, sometimes it’s minor. For example, the car. Sure, it’s fun to drive, it gets us from point A to point B. But it pollutes. It can be the catalyst of much destruction. It’s expensive. […]Read More Why the iPhone is the worst invention ever.
Here’s what I struggle with on Facebook. I have 194 friends, from different generations, different walks of life, different religious and political backgrounds/preferences. With occasional exception, I don’t have issues or arguments with people. I don’t always agree, but it remains pretty cool. What I do get sucked into are debates with friends of friends. […]Read More The Problem with Facebook
Apple just announced a new product, the HomePod, which apparently will be a competitor to the Amazon Echo and Google Home. As typical with Apple, it’s locked tightly to their products and services, and also typical with Apple, it’s a lot more money than the others, priced at $350. The problem is, unless they get […]Read More What’s up with Apple?
Managing a Linux server through command line isn’t difficult, if you’re used to the command line. But sometimes a nice GUI makes things easier and faster, and is especially nice when you’re working from smaller devices like a phone or tablet. Webmin has been around for quite a long time; I remember using it in […]Read More How to install Webmin on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
So, everyone loves a good Linux tutorial, right? Especially when it’s missing a small but crucial detail! Look, I get it. No one means to make a mistake or typo. But it happens. And it’s more common in Linux stuff, because generally speaking, Linux is more convoluted, or at least more involved, than Windows. So […]Read More How to Install Webmin on Ubuntu 16.04LTS
Apple’s iPad has been around for 7 years now, and while an imperfect device, has made inroads into business to a great extent. However, I think they’re still missing the boat for true corporate usage, namely as a fantastic thin client device. With the release of the $329 iPad, we now have an extremely capable […]Read More Apple is still missing the boat for corporate iPad use