Month: December 2016

Weekly Digest #3 (header).

Weekly Digest #3

This third weekly digest comes with a slight delay of three or four days because as a teacher, I had the usual end of the year final exams to correct, several hundred actually. All of

Adobe Creative Cloud (logo).

The Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription Is Not for Many Teachers

When Adobe decided to move all of its products into a cloud-based system, I understood what they were doing. It was a move that effectively killed a lot of product piracy surrounding just about every

Robbie Robertson (stylized cover).

Somewhere Down the Crazy River

Robbie Robertson’s “Somewhere Down the Crazy River” is one of the most atmospheric songs I have in my collection and it also happens to be one of my favorites, a song that has been played

Yahoo! logo (adapted).

Weekly Digest #2

If you mention Yahoo! at my place, you’ll probably get at least an empty stare, which usually turns into an aggressive one in a matter of seconds. Yahoo! has always been that unpleasant, terribly ugly and unbearably lofty

Publish Confirm (WordPress plugin).

Publish Confirm – To the Rescue!

I love WordPress but, despite many improvements, its interface is still pretty damn clunky in many parts. Previewing what you wrote, fixing errors, checking the layout and making sure things are mostly OK before you post something

Copenhagen Jazz Festival (logo).

Copenhagen Jazz Festival Posters

One of the highlights whenever I visited Denmark almost every year since I left in 1982 was the annual Copenhagen Jazz Festival that I tried to attend whenever possible. The best thing about the festival was