30 August 2016
30 August 2016
10 August 2016
One of the services for which I’ve truly been happy to pay is 1Password for Families, which allows my wife and I to centrally manage information vaults that are shared among ourselves, and among our kids, across all our Mac and iOS devices.
Between July 11 and July 16, the 2016 U14 Spanish National Chess Championship was held at the beautiful Best Western hotel in Salobreña, Spain.
In reviewing Lances performance at the Spanish national championship this past weekend, the GM trainer from Andalucia strongly encouraged us to buy ChessBase as a tool to keep up with the latest in opening theory. Since Lance already runs Windows 7 in VMWare Fusionin order to run PlayChess and TeamSpeakI didnt expect there to be any issues installing ChessBase (which is only available for Windows.)
14 July 2016
Update Readers will note that I’ve changed the title and URL of this article, and that’s because shortly after posting it, representatives of SendGrid reached out, apologizing for the situation, explaining that my situation isn’t what they intend, and offering to make it right.
04 July 2016
In a recent blog post I explained how I secure my home network with a VPN. In that article, I also explained how I enabled external access to my home network, using the Slink software running on a Mac mini server, whose primary network interface is wifi connected to my ISP router, and second network interface is ethernet connected to my home gigabit switch.
01 July 2016
Continuing in my spammer Hall of Shame series, here’s an persistent (and ongoing) series of spam from Spencer Mains at a company called LiveRamp. Spencer, being the hipster type, is fond of “bumping his way to the top of my inbox”, in an effort to just “circle up” and “hop on a call.”