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The different types of people who pro...

So, as usual, I’ve spend my time reading on the internet about all crazy things (and I mean CRAZEEE). But sometimes I come across nice articles, written decently and defining their principles succinctly. So, today I’m jumping on their bandwagon and giving my opinion of the above topic: The different types of people who program. […]

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Getting even with SPAMmers

20 years on the web. 20 YEARS! Can you imagine how much SPAM I’ve had to delete in 20 years? And, you know, I’m pretty fedup with it. Not pretty, f-ing totally!

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Watch out, SiteGround loves your wall...

So, in my quest to find a new and better Host(UpYour)Gator, I’ve come across SiteGround (duh, they been around a while). So I plunge ! Yes, I do! They promise me a few things, which I’m fine with, except, on closer inspection things get interesting…

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Hostgator… from hero to …

You might notice the missing HostGator advert to the right bottom… It’s sad, but I have to speak out. HostGator’s support is the worst on the planet…

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The Deep Web – Day 1: Tor Brows...

Some of you might have heard of this thing called the Deep Web. Well, I’ve been looking for something like this for a long time, knowing that Google, Yahoo and the other major search engines exclude certain content either by search algorithms, government order, decency or just plain sanity. Finally, I found the doorway to […]

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Dive right in with new ideas AND PUSH...

So, after months of debilitation analysis paralysis, I finally came across my audio book copy of Timothy Ferris’ “The Four Hour Work Week“. Sometimes, information overload can slow you down so much it’ll stop you dead in your tracks. That’s why I haven’t launched any new website in years, haven’t tried new experiences in years […]

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Google Chrome debugging webapp on Sam...

Now, very few times in life do I get WoW-ed. Really. Now, persuing my hobby of coding, I purchased a responsive template that I’m using to develop my DLA with. And everything went well until I uploaded it to my “hidden” site. Now to try to debug on Android I thought I’d have to jump […]

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ABSA Bank South Africa / Barclays Ban...

I’ve been a loyal customer of ABSA for 27 years. Since Trustbank days. I opened my first account when I was 12 years old. I was so proud! I’ve not always been impressed with their service, but when their banking app for Android came out I was over the moon! At least the first version… […]

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Home Server: Amahi – Great expe...

So, I’ve realised my life’s busy. And that’s just my current life. That’s without my plans for the future. Now, being a 39 year old who gets little exercise and doesn’t always eat right, my mind sometimes wanders or I forget… So, I came to realise that I need a system to manage my life […]

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Selling domain names – an exper...

I’ve had a few domain names for a looooong time. And worst of all, I pay my yearly domain name fees, but never do anything about it. So, I’ve decided to explore the selling of domain names as my next little experiment.

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