I have been using AnyDO since more than a year to plan my tasks. I infact wrote an article in TechDome encouraging others to start using it. Recently, AnyDO introduced a paid plan for their service — with which I am totally cool. I don’t care about paid plans, as long as the free option is enough for me […]
GitLab is a self hosted GitHub like software. Here I offer you my personal experience in installing and configuring it to work perfectly in a local network.
“Ghost” is a new blogging platform that intends to be “just a blogging platform”; no more – no less. But will it be successful with it’s many constraints?
You can use MySQL’s “ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE” to insert and update rows when your query faces a “Duplicate Key” error.
We don’t use all the features in our smartphones. Either we don’t need them or we don’t have time for that.
We all have faced that moment when we need to add a little more to your last tweet, or comment on an earlier Tweet. Here we discuss how to do that!
I am not using Google Hangouts because it doesn’t have an “Invisible Mode”. What did you do about it?
GnuCash is a cross-platform software which supports double-entry bookkeeping and removes the complexity of accounting for regular users.
Although I am not a full time writer, I have maintained couple of blogs for the past few years. All of them were WordPress based ones – May be Blogger is the only Google service I am not using! – and I have only written my posts at the WordPress admin panel, except for few occasions. […]
Identity spoofing is the act of someone or an organization sending messages to one or more people (”victims”), appearing as a third party. This third party is most often a trusted person or an organization to the victims, making the victims believe that the content of the message is true and correct. But most of […]