The computer that saved Apple
Apple almost died in the 1990s. This is the computer that saved them... and I found it next to a dumpster.
An introduction to WireGuard VPN
You may have heard that all the cool kids are using WireGuard as their VPN now. To find out why and how, read this blog post!
2020 in review
Each December, I like to take some time to reflect on the events of the year - and this year was, well... not really that bad at all!
Seldom discussed tips for working in the tech industry
There are plenty of great tech industry tips online. In this post, I'll discuss some that you probably haven't seen before.
5 Z shell features that will encourage you to switch from Bash
macOS and some Linux distributions now use the Z shell as the default login shell instead of Bash. This post outlines five awesome Z shell features that may encourage you to switch from Bash.
Why I love teaching online
Online courses have some tremendous benefits from both a teaching and learning point of view. As a tech teacher, I absolutely love teaching online. In this blog post, I'll tell you why.
A brief history of technology
A lighthearted graphical timeline that details what happened in the technology world during the past 50 years. No boring details - just the important stuff.
Cybersecurity in the early 1990's
Cybersecurity is critical in today's digital age of ultra-connected software and hardware. But what did computer security look like 30 years ago? And did it bear any resemblance to cybersecurity today?
Most people don't want a computer
But there are still many who do. And this divide is likely going to change the face of technology and computing for the next decade and beyond. What side are you going to be on?
Open does not always mean Open Source
Before the term Open Source was popularized, Open meant something altogether different in the technology world.