Bitwarden Password Manager

A few months ago I wrote about LastPass. My view for the need of a password keeper hasn’t changed but I have changed a little about LastPass and discovered Bitwarden an open-source program it does the same thing. Some years ago last pass was bought by LogMeIn and it increased its yearly rate from $12 […]

Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor

This post actually came with the new editor in WordPress. I wish I could take credit for it, but I can’t. What it says about the editor is exactly right, and if you use wordpress I recommend this new editor. The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple […]

Lastpass

On any system there are tools I feel I always need, Lasspass is one of those tools. Using computers means using security and that means passwords. And good passwords are about impossible to remember, so, Lastpass. Make one GOOD password you will remember and Lasspass will help you make good ones for all the sites […]

Remote Support with Zoom.us

Most folks by now have had computer problems solved by having their uncle or primary grade niece help them out by connecting desktop screens with remote control. Teamviewer is probably the best known software for this process but there are many others. A new product for Webinars has this option for free (for 1:1 meetings) […]

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Which Is Right for YOU?

WordPress comes in two forms, hosted at wordpress,com or self hosted. They each have value for different circumstances… What’s the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org? Learn about their features and price points here, and how to choose the right CMS for your website. Source: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Which Is Right for YOU?

Time to Update websites to WordPress 5.xx

As a consultant for WordPress web hosting I will always recommend keeping your site as up to date as possible as falling behind can cause the site and worse, my host to be hacked by known problems, unnecessary problems. But the update to WordPress version 5 has been a hot topic as it changes to […]

My new (used) Chromebook

It’s been two weeks now since I bought a Chromebook on Craigslist. I have thought about it for some time, one I had seen at my PC User group meeting looked like it might be useful. I was waiting to see one for less than $100 and a Samsung showed up and I bought it. […]