In today's connected world most devices are wireless. Phones, tablets, TVs, laptops and gaming consoles. But if at all possible you should use a wired connection where you can.
I don't get to code as often as I use to. In fact, it feels that I haven't done much at all for the last 7-8 years. So, I set out to learn (remember) I can. The times, languages, and systems have changed, but the rules haven't. After many hours of working on some ideas,... Continue Reading →
Everyone knows I am all about Apple products these days, but this one caught me by surprise. I don't use the provided wifi router from my internet provider (AT&T). They SUCK!!!!. I have always had my own router/wifi for security and better performance. I was using a ASUS router ($130) with a customized open source... Continue Reading →