Earlier this month I signed up for Grammarly to improve my writing. I used it for a few weeks, and it seemed like a useful app to help me write better. So I thought of upgrading to Pro but haven’t opened my wallet. Then an email appeared on 10 Nov suggesting me to upgrade for […]
I hate it when an Apple event happens and I don’t see any updates to the products I need. My work computer is due for a refresh. So I ordered the latest iMac anyway despite no twentieth anniversary iMac refresh.
Today I learned these three important things about myself (and others). You will make mistakes. You have complex intentions. You have contributed to the problem.
Okay, this post is a bit late as I have been busy with other cool, important and exciting things. But I’d rather publish this post late than never because it is a good lesson and importantly, a lesson I believe and follow. Facebook is constantly urging you to share your thoughts and reactions to every […]
Happy 15th birthday, WordPress. Great to fly with you for 11 of those years. You are special and unique outlier in the current murky tech world. Keep being awesome!
I bought a Kindle Paperwhite and Kano Computer Kit while I was in the US last week. I also did not buy an iPhone 8 Plus. My first attempt to buy Kindle was at the end of 2010. But that Kindle was lost even before it reached me along with my friend’s lost checked-in baggage. […]
I recently learned some Mac tips and one of the things I was excited about and tried is Hot Corners. But after a few months of trying them they proved to be Annoying Corners. I often accidentally send my mouse pointer to one of the corners of the screen and invoke them inadvertently. So I […]
After 6 years of putting up with sub-standard internet speeds, technologies, and data caps, I am so glad to be finally on uncapped fibre connection! Thank you Spark and Chorus for very quick setup.
Finding it hard to digest that some businesses are sending passwords in plain text in 2018 :facepalm:
Learned a few new mac tips from here, a link I originally found in this tweet. There is always something to learn.