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Windows 10 – Multiple Connections Not Allowed

05 October 2015

First goof with Windows 10! Reporting here to fix it because of the tons of crappy “solutions” posted elsewhere.

Windows 10 – Multiple Connections Not Allowed

Making the Jump to Windows 10

30 September 2015

Kind of.

Making the Jump to Windows 10

The Advertising Bubble: The Sequel

10 September 2015

Awhile back, I wrote this piece: The Advertising Bubble. Then, thanks to Hacker News I found that I’m not the only one with this piece: Is Advertising Morally Justifiable? The Importance of Protecting Our Attention by Thomas Wells. It’s a bit word heavy but if you can get through it I strongly recommend it. This article goes quite a lot further than I did initially but the spirit is essentially the same: It’s people who are tired of being bombarded by a seemingly never ending stream of product pushing.

The Advertising Bubble: The Sequel

Sexism, Reddit, and Women in Tech

14 July 2015

Reddit-LogoSo over the last weekend we all got to watch the Front Page of the Internet go literally nuclear: a bright flash followed by darkness- over the firing of Victoria Taylor, the person responsible more or less for one of Reddit’s biggest draws; celebrity AMAs. This one combined a lot of the tech media’s favorite things: Celebrities, women in technology (though admittedly, Victoria isn’t getting much air time), sexism, and evil misogynists. It’s been a feeding frenzy ever since, let’s try and figure out what happened.

Sexism, Reddit, and Women in Tech

The Advertising Bubble

18 June 2015

HT12Zt5FJhXXXagOFbX4Awhile back I wrote about how Java now requires Terminal skills to install without adding the Ask toolbar to your system. As much as I’m pro anything that encourages people to learn CLI, this pissed me off. Then this morning I was doing my standard reading and heard how iOS is now seemingly going to allow extensions, to which someone reacted saying that it will be possible to block ads in Safari on both OS X and iOS.

The Advertising Bubble