My security for years have been back and forth between paid and free solutions and Emsisoft Antimalware and Eset’s NOD32 has been the two paid products that have lasted the longest on my machines over the years so which am I going with this year?
One of the biggest surprises in the tech industry is my opinion is the decision by Microsoft to look into using the Chromium engine for their new version of its web browser Edge. While making quite good sense it was a shock while being an open-source project your fundamentally using the competition’s software as Chromium is funded by Google. So here is why it happened and whether you should switch to Edge Chromium (Credge) or not?
It’s coming up to a month now in the development of my Hugo site in I feel its time to consider my workflow or whether it improved my productivity and my experience for my site.
While De-Cooking this blog and redesigning it in Hugo looking at to tutorial videos and other content on YouTube about markdown this is the time that I am glad for cookies and tracking.
Going cookieless has been harder than you think.