I’ve just noticed that it is no longer possible to edit post titles and descriptions when posting as a Facebook page. Continue reading Can’t Edit Titles and Descriptions on Facebook Page Posts?
I’ve been having a problem with my WiFi not working on my laptop after it wakes up from sleep. Here’s how I fixed it: Continue reading Fix WiFi Connection in Ubuntu after Suspending
Today I ended up at Starbucks and there was a new WiFi network called “Google Starbucks”. I had just seen news about Google’s replacing of AT&T in Starbucks, but I didn’t think it was going to start until August. Continue reading A First Look at Google Fiber at Starbucks
Near the beginning of my Internet career, I experimented with Emacs. I soon switched to Vim and stayed with it. I recently started getting curious about Emacs again while going through some Lisp tutorials. I can’t leave Vim behind completely, so I’m trying “Evil“.
The installation instructions are not very clear, and it was a bit frustrating to get the package manager working so that it could find Evil. Here’s what did work: Continue reading Emacs for Vim Users with Evil, Part 1
While Firefox is my favorite web browser, the default interface has become more annoying over the past couple of years due to copying features from Safari and Google Chrome. Here are some quick tips for getting the best features from the older interface back. Continue reading How to Customize Firefox with about:config
Light Table IDE looks impressive. Check it out: Continue reading Light Table IDE
It seems that Starbucks is blocking some tech and news websites. Here are some screenshots: Continue reading Why is Starbucks Blocking Tech and News Websites?
Firefox is now faster than Chrome. Check it out:
Chrome 27, Firefox 22, IE10, And Opera Next, Benchmarked
If you’re concerned about online privacy, you should be using Mozilla Firefox. Firefox has many useful extensions that provide functionality which is not available on other browsers. Continue reading Protect Your Online Privacy with Firefox Browser
If you don’t want browser plugins to run automatically, but prefer to “click to play” things like Flash movies, you can enable that feature in Firefox. Here are the steps: Continue reading Firefox Tip: Enable “Click to Play” for Flash and Plugins