I’ve been enjoying the Brave browser lately. I migrated from Firefox. Out of the box, the ad and tracker blocking is real nice – something I just suffered through on other browsers without thinking too much about it. It’s nice they take care of it for you immediately. I’d say the downsides are the fact […]
M8 Headless Tracker
A quick blurb about getting the M8 headless tracker software on my Anbernic RG353M.
I don’t particularly care for any social media presence anymore (I was thoroughly addicted to Twitter at one point, before Elon took over, but I digress…). I have never used TikTok. However, there is a lot of content that flows out of that site that hits other social media that I find enjoyable. I find […]
Avixa Renewal Units
Avixa, formerly Infocomm, has a standard certification known as the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS for short). There are also more advanced certifications for design (CTS-D) and Install (CTS-I). Quality of the test notwithstanding, I personally believe AV technicians who achieve and maintain certification are showing off that they are willing to put in a little […]
COBOL is such a funky language. It feels like the closest I’ll ever get to interacting with a computer via punch cards. I know it’s not that antiquated, but the language is something like 60 years old. I’ve been doing exercism.org (this link points to my public profile there). It’s a useful way to practice […]