As per usual, another Windows upgrade means a bunch of new features, and a bunch of deprecated stuff which will inevitably break something you want to use that wasn't made in this decade.
Microsoft has released two cumulative updates for Windows 10 which have spun it into an annoying installation cycle, because there's no way to prevent updates from installing on Windows 10.
If you were given Songs of Innocence for free by iTunes when the album launched, then congratulations, you got a free gift!
In light of recent events (heartbleed and *cough* NSA *cough*), we now live in a world where the people you thought you could trust aren't as trustworthy as we expect them to be.
Let's say you've turned your old laptop into a server. Great choice! It's smaller than a full size tower, uses less power, is quieter (most of the time) and if you can't access it you can tab right in on the physical keyboard and screen.
Imagine you're going to sleep, and you suddenly realised you've left the front door wide open, with the keys still in the lock. How would you react?
I stopped procrastinating for once and went through my list of things to do, and one of those was to put my school timetable into my calendar.
Today I spent the better part of two hours setting up a BIND9 nameserver on my raspberry pi, and I quickly ran into an issue: The DNS cache on OS X was not updating.
Whilst looking through my spam folder, I noticed that there were a bunch of messages at the top which had been there since I last looked, a long while ago.
Today's going to be an interesting article for those of you who take an interest in cars.
Now. This IS unusual. I haven't talked about the one thing I normally talk about lots, cars. Here we go...
Here's how to access a MySQL database from PHP.
It's no good building a website for a client and going "Hey! Here's a new site I've built you. It's super secure!", when you haven't given one thought the people on the dark side (of the planet and of the force), and allowed for SQL injection attacks.
As one who browses the internet for hours upon hours a day, it didn't take long to realise how much buzz there was a couple of years ago about 'cloud computing'
I went shopping the other day, because my Dad decided that my clothes were getting too small for me.
Hello all, I hope you've all had a wonderful Christmas!