I use both Gandi and Namecheap, but what's the difference?
The User-Agent string is wrong on Mac nowadays, but that's not by accident...
There are different kinds of cloud drives, with different levels of reliability, maintenance, cost and privacy... and the state of things is not pleasing.
See? I learned since my last post, I'm not referring to Mozilla this time. :D Introduction Some time ago, I wrote [a popular article] about Thunderbird version 78.x, and how built-in PGP was generally a good idea, but the implementation was subpar for advanced users. I had stopped using Thunderbird [...]
Some personal observations on NetBeans vs PhpStorm
Comments not found You might have heard by now that YouTube is deleting user comments, perhaps you commented on one of my videos and your comment disappeared unexectedly... Let me assure you, I have not deleted any comments at all so far. Background I started my YouTube channel about two [...]
In today's article, I'd like to talk about the pros and cons of sideloading, playing devil's advocate, offering a counter-argument and finally a possible solution to allow it in a secure fashion. Craig Federighi, Apple's current Senior Vice President of Software Engineering said in the Web Summit 2021: "Sideloading is [...]
I had to update someone's Mac today, from 11.5.x to 11.6... the download kept failing inside the built-in updater, so I figured I'd go check if Apple still releases update packages on their website, for manual updates... and it seems they still offer those (but not for macOS Big Sur?). [...]
Apple just released iOS 14.8, which comes as a surprise considering we're expecting iOS 15 any day now. Since iOS 6, Apple released every new version of iOS in mid-September, and we expect no different this year. So, why release iOS 14.8 on September 13th? What's even more interesting is, [...]
I am writing this post because Thunderbird 78.x has issues for advanced PGP users