recommendations Archive

Recommended Links #11 – 26/12/2020

It’s been a while since I last posted recommended links over here so here it goes: Facebook declared war on Apple and it may just be the end of Facebook; The Internet is for porn; Kazakhstan government is intercepting https traffic; 30 years later QBasic is still the best; Wikipedia has a ton of money;

Recommended Links #10 – 6/04/2020

It’s been a while since I posted recommended links around here so I decided to pick up the habit and bring some more recommendations. As always they aren’t supposed to be boring which is why they come bundled with the picture of a hot girl: How to Navigate Job Hunting During a Period of Layoffs

Recommended Links #7

I know it’s nearly weekend, but here’s another batch of my recommended reads: An introduction to WordPress shortcodes for developers; VPN’s are not the solution to a policy problem; Marketing a NSFW website on the mainstream, the Pornhub solution; Adding Let’s Encrypt to a WordPress hosted on RaspberryPi; Personal information of jobseekers stolen during hack;

Recommended links #6

I know it’s Friday and the weekend is near, but here’s a list of cool recommendations: [How To]¬†Add custom fonts to WordPress; The full version of Magix Music Maker is now FREE! Password rules are bullshit; Grep is loosing it’s grip; 21% of the websites still use insecure SHA-1 certificates; Optimize your images for the

Free Photo Editing Software From Corel

The folks at Corel have decided to give their Aftershot 3 photo editing software for free: The software is available both for Mac and Windows and can be downloaded from here. Once downloaded just select the directories where it should save it’s temporary files and fill in the serial key provided by Corel to unlock