I was reading an article in a consumer magazine about how to protect your privacy when using Facebook and the author had added a sidebar about an anti-tracking product (Privacy Badger) that he recommended. From there I found the Privacy Badger reviews online and decided to give it a go. Privacy Badger is a free browser extension for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Firefox for Android created by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
When asked to give a demonstration of the product at a recent Question & Answer (Q&A) session, I took a longer look at anti-tracking extensions and decided the presentation should be a comparison between two of the available products. Continue reading
I have a theory that you should never give an ice cream to a child and then try to take it back again! Why? Do I really need to explain? No, I didn’t think so!
Well our dear friends at Microsoft don’t seem to know about my Ice Cream Theory and they have just announced that they are going to strip away some of the free OneDrive Storage that they gave us in the past and drop us all back to 5Gb. Now this isn’t a political forum so I won’t get started on how I feel about this but suffice it to say I am VERY pleased to be able to describe to you how to prevent this unfair and unreasonable behavior! If you have OneDrive Storage you should read on… Continue reading
“Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a metered service over a network (typically the Internet).”
Urging boomers to engage and reap the digital flow. A personal perspective.
So you’re in a bind. Your Microsoft Windows ☛ XP or ☛ Vista machine (computer) is running at max (CPU and maybe RAM) power and the waiting is bothersome. Irksome even. That old steam-powered, scrapyard ☛ ready, desktop clunker that cost you a fat fortune back in the day is too slow. Hardware is to blame. What to do? Continue reading