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.
I always find it fascinating to see how people have set up their phones and computers to suit their personal needs. This post is more for me to keep track of my phone’s software, apps, and settings in case I lose it or have to format it, but I thought others may be interested to see how […]