Passwords are something that have become second nature to us in today’s world. Create a new account, type in a password. Log into an account, type in a password. Our brains can only remember so many characters and passwords. This is where a password manager comes in handy. In this post I will be giving […]
The goal of this post is to share easy (and free) things you could do to enhance your privacy, and to get people thinking about privacy.
In this blog post, I will provide a walkthrough on how to set up encryption (HTTPS) on your webhost using CloudFlare’s Free SSL service. As it is something I am currently teaching myself (I never took a formal web security course, but I like to think I’ve made good progress) and as I couldn’t really […]
I’m probably one year late to the party, but in mid-April I decided to order a OnePlus One (OPO) phone (64GB version). In this post, I will describe how I’ve customized (and optimized) it and hopefully someone out there finds it entertaining/useful/informative! Here we go 🙂
TTCing is a 3-year-old project of mine that aims to crowd-source useful tweets about the TTC to inform people. It’s a project that I’m very proud of, to date it has over 2,758 followers, and I felt it finally warranted a blog post detailing why and how it was built, and its exciting future.