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12 December 2018
The Web Is The New Desktop: Microsoft Announces Chromium To Power Edge
I remember a heated debate I had with a colleague years ago about how web browsers are platforms (he was arguing they weren't...the irony is that he was a designer, but that's neither here nor there), and if the past few years have been any indication, this is most decidedly the case now more... Read More...
15 February 2015
Configuring HTTP to SSL Redirects in IIS/Windows
Configuring websites to only allow SSL traffic is pretty much the norm these days (and if it isn’t, it should be). The problem with taking this route to secure your web traffic is that there really isn’t an intuitive way to then make sure all http (port 80) traffic then gets properly redirected over... Read More...
23 January 2013
On Microsoft and Backwards Compatibility: Windows 8 (and How to Make it More Usable)
Note; If you don't feel like reading this entire post, at least read this: Start8 from Stardock Corp (30 day free trial, 5 bucks after that, and well worth it IMO): Get your start button back, disable hotspots, and boot directly to the desktop with that utility. Otherwise, read on. This post is not... Read More...