While Wordpress offers the functionality of upgrading core files, themes and plugins via the Dashboard, this feature cannot be used with some webhosts who are keen on security. Upgrading via FTP is time-consuming and error prone. FTP is also not very secure. To quote one webhost, “Its 2012, and you shouldn’t be using FTP for anything.” Subversion offers the promise of one-click one-command, lightning-fast, server side upgrades. Is Subversion the way to go or has Subversion yet to grow up for the casual Wordpress user?
A comparative review of two major Open Source web-based photo galleries, Piwigo 2.3.2 and Zenphoto 184.108.40.206.
Norton 360 is considered to be the top ranked security suite for computers. And one that impacts system performance in a very minimal way. But beware the fine print.
Techtangerine.com thoroughly reviews the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1a, Sony Ericsson’s first WinMo smartphone. The XPERIA X1a is compared to the iPhone. Included are tips and tricks for existing Xperia X1a owners.
With the rise of digital media and the Internet, reproducing copyrighted material has become stupendously easy. If you create digital content, and if you acknowledge (and maybe appreciate) the easily reproducible nature of digital media, you can modify your traditional copyright to be less adversarial towards those who will share your content by using a Creative Commons License. This post gives introductory information on how to do the same.
Not all GPS devices are created equal. Some will give you seamless service for years to come whereas others may end up in an Kijiji fire sale, a testament to your lack of diligence. This article provides some essential considerations to be made before purchasing a GPS device.