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Technology: The Price of Privacy

We know the GDPR exists which forces companies handling our data be upright stewards of this and disclose to us what they do with it and a fine levied on them by the EU when they mistreat our data. These protections don’t exist in most of the world. I don’t think a GDPR-esque law will …

My iOS Homescreen 2018

Here’s last year’s. I’m always reminded to do this when MG puts up his post. His consistence keeps me doing this year after year. As for my changes over the last year, I took a few things up which resulted in this change Permanent move to 1Password More concern over my privacy with the use …

Technology: First Impressions of HomePod

I didn’t buy the HomePod when it first was released. One issue had to do with the lack of multiple timers and my fear of my listening habits or my GF’s impacting either of our Apple Music algorithms. We have very different tastes in music. Finally, we had a Sonos Play:3 in the kitchen already …

The Cost of Apple-Fanboyism in 2018

This is one of those posts that some people will respect because they’ve been loyal Apple fans for decades and others will come down on as a wholly first world problem that shouldn’t be an issue anyone should face. However, I feel as if this is certainly a topic we all should be discussing when …