Tag Archives: Polls

The Coding Brain

Learning a coding language, in my opinion, is very similar to learning a spoken language. You need to learn how to read and write it well (perhaps not fluently, but well) in order for yourself, as well as others, to understand what you’re communicating. The way a server or browser might not be able to […]

I Hate Video Tutorials

I really do. Perhaps that makes me old-school, but I really hate Googling something only to land on a page where the quick snippet of info I need is buried in an often obnoxious, annoying, and awkward video of someone fumbling over their words, taking forever to get to the point. I like simple, to […]

AVG vs Norton

I’ve known the answer to that question for a long time. AVG is clearly the better anti-virus software. However, at the end of this article will be a chance for everyone to chime in. A friend of mine once said that Norton itself is a virus, couldn’t agree more. I’ve cleaned all the crapware off […]

Windows vs Mac

The age-old battle of Microsoft Windows versus Apple Macintosh hardware and operating systems. Windows The common arguments for Windows is that it has far more users, meaning more support, more apps, and better compatibility with people you might network with because most people and offices use Windows. The common arguments against Windows being viruses, a […]

False Advertising: Legal or Illegal?

Is false advertising illegal? Yes, of course. At least, that’s what I’ve always thought. Well, for just about as long as I can remember, most companies have lied or mislead us in one way or another. Sure, there’s a lot of fine print and red tape and most companies are likely using legal loopholes. But, […]

Dreamweaver vs Hand-coding

Best way to code a website? When I first started out, I used Dreamweaver. I used it because I didn’t know how to write code. This was a problem because I was letting a program auto-spit out code that I didn’t know of what quality it was. I soon found out too that Dreamweaver is […]