Yoast and BraveNewCode are two of the good companies in the Wordpress ecosystem. I can recommend both of them with no reservations at all.
If you’re looking for NAS, I can give my unqualified endorsement to QNAP. Regular readers will understand how unusual this is. For newcomers, here’s the quick summary: NEVER.
The latest Flash update (e2c7b for the Mac) includes FOUR promotional installs. Come on, Adobe. Flash is a dead-end product anyway. Do you really need to drain every last penny out of it?
I will, of course, file for a patent as soon as I figure out how I did it.
IP addresses were hard-coded into the software. This is never, ever done by any reputable programmer. Unless the North Koreans were blatantly advertising their actions — not at all out of the question — there is no reason to do this. But it makes me suspect that perhaps someone else did the hack and used this to point toward North Korea.
Thursday night when I got home from work, I discovered I’d left my iPad 2 in the classroom. After calling the university lost and found, I realized I’d have to take action. Now it’s about a one-hour drive from my home to work. And I wasn’t looking forward to that drive, especially since I’d already done one round-trip that day. But then I remembered “Find My iPad.”
“… residents of the housing complex “Novoe Devyatkino” have flushed waterproof GPS trackers down their toilets in a bid to highlight deficiencies in the treatment of sewage and the dangerously polluted local ecology.”
In case you can’t read that, the forecast high for Monday was 65° while the actual current temperature was 65°. (Note for non-U.S. readers: these are Fahrenheit temperatures. Convert to Celsius as you deem appropriate.)
If there is a technology company with worse customer relations management, I don’t know who it is.