Goodbye to DRM eBooks form Microsoft

Did you buy books from Microsofts eBook store, well now you can’t read them any­more. Actu­al­ly, I wasn’t aware that Microsoft had an eBook store, though this is not sur­pris­ing as many of the tech com­pa­nies have been diver­si­fy­ing in the past to try and move into con­tent, and lock you into their plat­forms. This …

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Mozillia an Internet Villain for supporting DNS over HTTPS

An odd sto­ry popped up on my social media feed over the week­end. The Inter­net Ser­vices Providers’ Asso­ci­a­tion has nom­i­nat­ed Mozil­la to be an ‘inter­net vil­lain.’ This seemed rather odd giv­en that the Fire­fox web brows­er is the only main­stream brows­er cur­rent­ly being devel­oped inde­pen­dent­ly of any com­pa­ny*. Look­ing clos­er at their rea­son­ing, ISPA writes: …

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Help, My WordPress editor has changed!

Note: this applies to self host­ed ver­sion of Word­Press, not to the ver­sion that uses WordPress.com. Last week, the new ver­sion of Word­Press was released. After many delays, the self host­ed Word­Press 5.0 brought the new Guten­berg edi­tor. This has been con­tro­ver­sial with a lot of peo­ple in the Word­Press com­mu­ni­ty. The new edi­tor changes …

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