I just wanted to post about software I use or keep an eye on, so here it is. I split this list between software for the GNU/Linux desktop and mobile/Android applications, as well as adding some web applications/websites to the list. This list is mostly for myself for keeping track on projects/software, to know where
It’s been around a year since my last post about moving away from Google software/services. I was thinking that I could edit my last post about this topic, but a lot of things have happened since the last time I wrote about it, believe it or not. Some projects have been abandoned and some new
Quitter is a free software Twitter alternative. It’s based on GNU social, which is the largest decentralized social network on the web (if you believe GNU social themselves). Quitter had a design overhaul late 2014, so it looks and works very well now. On Quitter you don’t post tweets, you post queets or notices. How
The time has come for me to sign up to a new and better email service provider. This time I want an email provider that is respecting my privacy, respecting freedom and is green in use. Is that even possible? Well, more or less. Read on to find out what I figured out.