Samsung Is Now Copying Beats


It was only a matter of time before Samsung found something else to copy. Since Apple bought Beats, the next logical choice was to copy their headphones. And not to be outdone, showing how fully they envy anything that Apple does, they are now in talks with Under Armour since Read More

Rickroll A Chromecast TV

Rick Roll

Just when you thought you had seen your last Rick Roll video, a security researcher named Dan Petro has uncovered a flaw in Google's Chromecast player that allows a would be hacker to inject any video he wants onto your TV. Read More

Apple Drops Development of iPhoto and Aperture

In an interview with Loop Insight, Apple has announced that it will no longer be developing new versions of its photography programs iPhoto and Aperture. Instead their new Photos app that will appear sometime next year will be the primary focus. Current users of both programs will be able to Read More

Apple's Impressive WWDC Keynote

OSX Yosemite

Apple unveiled today it's latest desktop OSX operating system called Yosemite, as well as its new mobile operating system iOS 8. There were a ton of updates in what is definitely one of the biggest refreshes Apple has had in years. The desktop OS got a makeover with a completely Read More

Google, Search, Privacy, and the EU

Google Search

In a landmark ruling that will have major implications on Google, search, and privacy, the European Court has ordered Google to remove links that are deemed "inadequate, irrelevent or no longer relevent". This will allow individuals the right to contact Google to remove links to information about them they do Read More

Star Wars Cast Revealed

Star Wars Cast Revealed

Here's hoping the new J. J. Abrams directed Star Wars reboot gets the franchise going again. It has been revealed that John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow will join the original stars of the saga, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Read More

My Heart Bleeds for Two-Factor Authentication


After having survived the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug, users are beginning to demand that companies do a better job of securing their websites by implementing two-factor authentication. A Software engineering student at Iowa State named Josh Davis, has developed a website called TwoFactorAuth.org that encourages companies to implement two-factor authentication Read More

Microsoft OneNote Team Sings

Microsoft's OneNote Mac team posted a funny YouTube video showing off their teams hidden talent...singing. Read More

Ghost and 301 Redirects Using Nginx

Ghost 404 Error

This is part seven in a series of blog posts on migrating a Wordpress blog to Ghost. One of the problems I ran into when migrating my Wordpress blog to Ghost, was the difference in how both blogging engines approach URLs. Wordpress supports several URL structures. For instance, in Wordpress Read More

Ghost Web Hosting

Ghost Signup

This is part six in a series of blog posts on migrating a Wordpress blog to Ghost. There are several options for hosting a Ghost blog. For starters, you can just host your blog with the awesome people who built Ghost. First you need to signup for a free Ghost Read More

Hosting Ghost Images With Cloudinary.com


This is part five in a series of blog posts on migrating a Wordpress blog to Ghost. I used the free version of Cloudinary.com to migrate my blog post images from Wordpress to Ghost. I would recommend them for people who don't have a ton of blog posts and Read More

Ghost Comments With Disqus.com

Disqus.com Comment Engine

This is part four in a series of blog posts on migrating a Wordpress blog to Ghost. Since Ghost doesn't have a Comment engine it becomes necessary to find a third-party alternative for hosting them. Disqus.com is the free website I used to move over my Wordpress comments to Read More