Since I’ve been a fairly heavy user of Gmail, I have had occasion to notice some subtle changes. It wasn’t all that long ago that you could only log into one Gmail account at a time. Apparently, there Read more […]
I am now actively weaning myself off of dependence on any Google service, including Gmail.
Not long ago, I write this article praising HostGator. Up until that point, I had no personal reason not to like them. I knew that they had been (silently) taken over by EIG, and I had been warned Read more […]
I always have my eye out for interesting science news. I’m also somewhat concerned with the price or (and other problems associated with) gasoline. So, when one of the latest stock newsletters sent Read more […]
Over the years that I have had hosting at HostGator, I have been quite happy with them. I’ve had 3 different hosting services 1) a small boutique service for very high-performance sites, 2) Bluehost, and 3) HostGator. I still use the boutique service, but I have left BlueHost simply because I found Hostgator’s user interface to be a bit friendlier
Once upon a time, I was a Borland Fanboi. Back in the early 80’s, I saw an ad in one of the computer magazines (a print magazine — the World Wide Web wasn’t available then) for a Pascal compiler that would run on a Z-80 machine that cost only $19.
I mentioned back in March that I didn’t really care much for Feedly. Since that time, I tried a few other RSS readers before stumbling across BazQux. The thing that I like most about BazQux was that it Read more […]