CloudAtCost Review - How Not To Do Customer Service

The following is my review of CloudAtCost's services and customer support, or lack thereof. First things first. I rarely complain to any company and when I do I don't usually make a big deal of it. However, when it comes to CloudAtCost I want to make sure that as many []

Heartbleed - My Advice

Since the news regarding Heartbleed I've been asked for advice from different people. Background: Heartbleed is a flaw in the SSL encryption used by any website that uses OpenSSL. Traffic between your PC and a secure site is encrypted but this security flaw allows an attacker access to small pieces []

What I'm Watching

Having cut the cord a few years back I've not really been keeping up on the latest TV shows. I've caught the likes of Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones but I wouldn't have a clue what's new on most of the big networks. This is also due to the []

Less

'There are two ways to get enough. One is to continue to accumulate more and more. The other is to desire less.' - G.K. Chesterton []

The Value of Content

Back in the heyday of Napster and other P2P clients and right around the time when Bitorrent started to become a thing I was one to speak highly of illegally downloading albums. My main reason was not the rather compelling cost of $0 but rather that it was far easier []

Essay Competition

A friend made me aware of an Essay Competition being held by CBC. There's not much time before the deadline but it's really got me thinking about throwing in a submission. I don't think I'll go ahead unless I have a topic I feel confident writing about and I don't []

Regular Posts

I think I've made the right choice in switching to Ghost as a blogging platform. I don't know what it is but I just love the way the editor and preview pane work and the look and feel of the editing environment. It makes me want to post here more []