Category: Techno Babble

Babbling ’bout tech


Memberpress Review + Ultimate Guide To Creating A Membership Site With WordPress (2019)

Starting and managing a membership website is no easy task. Given that such a site could be the lifeline of your business, organization, or communuity you need to make sure you get this right, otherwise,


[How to] 15 steps to an awesome WordPress website for beginners

If you’ve heard about WordPress, you probably would want to know how to go about building a new WordPress site from scratch. It’s not VERY difficult, but we wanted to guide you through all the

Platforms Want Centralized Censorship. That Should Scare You

In the immediate aftermath of the horrific attacks at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, internet companies faced intense scrutiny over their efforts to control the proliferation of the

Want a Tech Job? Silicon Valley Is Still Your Best Bet

Communities across the country are trying to lure high-tech jobs away from Silicon Valley. It doesn’t seem like that should be hard. Silicon Valley is one of the most expensive places on earth, and as

This Startup Could Sell You Crypto Tokens—With SEC Backing

Initial coin offerings have gotten a bad rap—in many cases, deservedly so. Sure, there were blockchain projects with sound dreams and solid business plans. But as the bitcoin bubble swelled in late 2017, ICOs became

3 Ways to Install Atom Text Editor in openSUSE

Atom is a free, open-source, hackable, easy to customize and cross-platform text editor, that works on Linux, OS X, and Windows. It is a desktop application built with HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and Node.js integration and

In the 2020 Race, What Is the Value of Social Media Stardom?

If you were to get all of your news last month from Twitter (and, well, maybe you did), you might reasonably conclude that the Democrat to beat in 2020 is none other than a 37-year-old

How to Delete all Text in a File Using Vi/Vim Editor

Vim is a great tool for editing text or configuration files in Linux. One of the lesser-known Vim tricks is clearing or deleting all text or lines in a file. Although, this is not a

Apple and Qualcomm End Their Legal Beef and Drop Lawsuits

The convoluted legal battle between Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm may be coming to an end. The companies said Tuesday that they’re dismissing all litigation against each other. Apple will pay Qualcomm an undisclosed sum as

How to Find openSUSE Linux Version

In this article, we will explain how to find out which version of openSUSE Linux distribution installed and running on a computer. The /etc/os-release and /usr/lib/os-release files include all openSUSE version information and you can

TED 2019: I Promise Not to Roll My Eyes at Your TED Talk

Rolling your eyes is not allowed at TED. There’s no rule in the conduct policy (I assume, I haven’t actually checked); it’s just one of those powerful unspoken maxims that goes ignored at your peril.

How to Compare Local and Remote Files in Linux

In this article, we will show how to compare or find the difference between local and remote files in Linux. In a recent post, we reviewed 9 best file comparison and difference (Diff) tools for

Trump Vows Speedy Path to 5G, but Offers Few New Ideas

President Trump Friday confidently declared that the US will lead the world in deploying the next generation of wireless services known as 5G. “The race to 5G is a race that the United States must

HTTP Prompt – An Interactive Command Line HTTP Client

HTTP Prompt (or HTTP-prompt) is an interactive command-line HTTP client built on HTTPie and prompt_toolkit, featuring autocomplete and syntax highlighting. It also supports auto cookies, OpenAPI/Swagger integration as well as Unix-like pipelines and output redirection.

Amazon Employees Try a New Form of Activism, as Shareholders

Amazon employees are using their company-issued stock to pressure top executives into reducing contributions to climate change, in what may be an unprecedented effort to expand tech-worker unease into a new front of shareholder activism.

In an Ex-Googler’s Novel, Silicon Valley Runs on Male Ego

The Big Disruption, a satirical novel written by Jessica Powell, Google’s former head of communications, is set inside the lush and bountiful Silicon Valley headquarters of Anahata, a massive, 10-year-old tech giant in love with

How to Calculate IP Subnet Address with ipcalc Tool

When managing a network, you will undoubtedly need to deal with subnetting. Some network administrators are able to do the binary math quite quickly in their head, to determine the subnet mask. However, others may


Divi 3.0 Theme Review – Why is it the most powerful for building websites?

View Comments So you’re here to read our Divi theme review and learn all about this product from Elegant Themes right? You’ve probably already heard about this theme somewhere but are still not sure whether

House Endorses Net Neutrality, but the Outlook Remains Dim

Legislation to restore the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules passed a big hurdle Wednesday. But it’s far from becoming law, and faces long odds. The House of Representatives approved the bill in a 232

Facebook Is Changing News Feed (Again) to Stop Fake News

Facebook is trying to redefine authoritativeness on the internet as part of its efforts to fight the spread of misinformation and abuse on its platforms. On Wednesday, the company rolled out a slew of announcements