Links for Today: Blunderyears

I thought about calling this one “nostalgia” but these links are just too embarrassing. 29 Raw Images Of The 1990s Rave Scene At Its Zenith Despite sometimes occasionally listening to a happy hardcore mixtape, I had almost entirely forgotten about the existence of “kandi kids.” r/blunderyears Redditors, posting embarrassing photos from their childhood. Chip & … Continued

Links for Today: Passwords

Today I am reviving an old blogging tradition of posting some interesting or useful links with little or no context. Today’s topic: Passwords. 4 fatal flaws in deterministic password managers Sync-less password managers are trending again, Tony Arcieri breaks down some reasons why they suck. NIST’s New Password Rules For developers: I pull this article … Continued


For various reasons (mainly economic and geographic) Winnipeg is a Freelance town. Freelance is a topic I write about a lot in this┬áblog these days, writing is one of the ways I deal with the stress of economic uncertainty brought about by freelance employment. The feast v. famine nature of freelancing is not for the … Continued

Nylas, an email client for 2016

I have been experiencing an unusual burst of adventure and excitement surrounding some of the tools I use. Over the past week and a half I have been trying out Nylas N1 as my daily email client. Nylas is an open source, extensible email client. It follows the recent software development trend of editors like … Continued

How to Keep Your New WordPress Site Running Smoothly

So you just launched a WordPress site for your business, everything is up and running. Pages load quickly, SEO is better than ever, you paid your development team. Now you’re all set for the next few year, right? In an ideal world, this would be true. Unfortunately, the Internet is a dangerous place and software … Continued