I consider myself a longtime novice Linux user.
I had an interesting job today.
Being modern means using social networks and new apps but we all seem to still have email.
This post actually came with the new editor in WordPress. I wish I could take credit for it, but I can’t. What it says about the editor is exactly right, and if you use wordpress I recommend this new editor. The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple […]
Most folks by now have had computer problems solved by having their uncle or primary grade niece help them out by connecting desktop screens with remote control. Teamviewer is probably the best known software for this process but there are many others. A new product for Webinars has this option for free (for 1:1 meetings) […]
WordPress comes in two forms, hosted at wordpress,com or self hosted. They each have value for different circumstances… What’s the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org? Learn about their features and price points here, and how to choose the right CMS for your website. Source: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Which Is Right for YOU?
Websites I host are all updated to version 7+ now, but many are using a PHP version that is going to be dropped at the end of the year. If you have a website and don’t know if you are in trouble with this issue ask your host, or check your self. I recommend the […]
It’s been two weeks now since I bought a Chromebook on Craigslist. I have thought about it for some time, one I had seen at my PC User group meeting looked like it might be useful. I was waiting to see one for less than $100 and a Samsung showed up and I bought it. […]
Include backup in your website planning Too often we need a backup before we made one, and it is too late. WordPress sites can be saved for no cost using Updraftplus and Google Drive automatically, behind the scenes. If you aren’t doing this, contact me for guidance or help before you really need it! One […]
We joined the ranks of the fortunate, who’s child has returned from duty safely. Thank you Universe. 🙂
As windows gets further from simple, Linux is becoming more viable for the “rest” of us. This is a simple way to make a bootable USB of Fedora or Sugar On A Stick for trying or installing these systems. If you use a computer a lot it is worth considering these options. Source: liveusb-creator
This week, the US Food and Drug Administration issued a set of recommendations for securing medical devices that could jeopardize the safety and privacy of their users. The report, titled “Postmarket Management of Cybersecurity in Medical Devices,” focuses on security throughout the lifecycle of a device, emphasizing that robust cybersecurity is an ongoing process that requires…… […]