I've been looking at a replacement for my aging AirPort Extreme for over a year. Here is my experience of replacing it with an Ubiquiti’s Unifi Dream Machine.
Space exploration by humans is so fascinating. When I was a young kid, I remember reading books on the Apollo program and Skylab. My room walls were filled with space exploration posters. Consider me part of the Space Shuttle program generation. Everything about SpaceX brings back the excitement for space exploration. During the Space Shuttle... Continue Reading →
When someone passes away, managing his or her legacy can be challenging. Younger generations are building a numeric legacy that can prove to be impossible to manage. See how an emergency kit can alleviate the burden and make your life easier.
Mailbrew is a powerful and time-saving internet information aggregator that allows its users to build useful newsletters. More than ever, content aggregation is essential these days. This is why I’m a big fan of News Explorer (read my review here) and this is why I decided to subscribe to Mailbrew for a year. Here is... Continue Reading →
The coronavirus forces many people to work from home. Here is how to improve your use of collaborative software like web conferencing applications and be a good meeting attendee. The world is in a major sanitary crisis, putting our life on hold for many weeks, thanks to the coronavirus. Companies need to react. Office work... Continue Reading →
A new and one of a kind service launched this week called "Mailbrew". Basically, it is a news aggregator that generates newsletters that you receive in your mailbox. Sources can be RSS, Reddit, Twitter and a few more. I'm not aware of any service like this one. Tempting. At first, I thought that I could... Continue Reading →
When you buy a new app for your iPhone or your iPad, what do you look for before making your decision? Here is a real use case with Raindrop.io. For this blog post, I want to do things a bit differently. I’m always looking for new ways to improve my blogger workflow (please, read “Introducing... Continue Reading →
I’m a long time user of Reeder, a well known and well designed RSS reader for the Apple ecosystem (see my review of Reeder 4 here). But, recently during a discussion on Telegram (which by the way you can find me there @ https://t.me/numericcitizennews), someone mentioned News Explorer as being a great RSS reader with... Continue Reading →
My first iPad. Dear iPad, you've come a long way. You were not perfect. You lacked a USB port. Most of your apps were "blown up" iPhone apps. Yet, I fell in love with you instantly. Here is a brief summary of my 10 years of iPad. The intro Apple's keynote with Steve Jobs introducing... Continue Reading →
Here is an interesting thought from Jenny Judge writing on Medium "Tech Has Drained the Reality Out of Our Real Lives" (emphasis is mine): But the inescapable shoddiness of our amateur photographs served an important purpose, beyond the obvious one of discouraging narcissism, and it was this: Through its very mediocrity, each image told us... Continue Reading →