Do you remember what shoe boxes were for a long time ago? For those of you too young to remember, let me explain. Long after the shoes that had come in the box were thrown away, the box was kept for storing copies of printed photos. The idea was that those photos would eventually be […]
My browser of choice for privacy, security and functionality is Mozilla Firefox. Even though early releases weren’t always great in terms of memory management, I’ve been with Firefox since release number 3 or so. I just updated to version 74. One of the things I love about Firefox is the ability to extend the functionality […]
Store passwords in the cloud but don’t trust public cloud services? I’ll show you how to manage passwords with KeepassXC and Nextcloud.
This will be a short post but hopefully helpful to some of you. It took me a while to get used to the new default theme in WordPress, Twenty Seventeen. I like it a lot now, with the striking visuals and large header images. There was just one problem for me: I think the content […]
I use a personal server running Nextcloud, a cloud solution to access, share and protect files, calendars, contacts, communication and more at home and in enterprise environments. There, I keep my personal calendar, which is synced to a variety of mobile devices. However, at work I am forced to use Microsoft Outlook with Exchange for […]
One of the things that seriously annoys me but that pops up from time to time, is the fact that my Linux /boot partition fills up with old, unused kernels. I know, I should have created a bigger partition but this installation is old, updated several times over the course of a few years and […]