It’s impossible to train consumers on appropriate security behavior when the real ways of interacting with a bank so closely resemble phishing attacks.
Thanks to the beauty of open source (and other, smarter developers who’ve already traveled down this rabbit hole), I don’t have to figure out how to set up a personal mail server on my own. All of the tools are readily available!
For years now, I’ve taken a very passive approach to syndicating site content. That changes today.
For the past several months, I’ve been very happily using Jetpack’s email subscription system to power notifications on this site. There has to be a better way.
Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to chat with some incredible people around the WP Watercooler. We were talking about strategies for writing/blogging more in 2014, and I wanted to further explain one strategy I particularly enjoy (and plan to implement this year).
Every once in a while, I get an unsolicited sales email from a random company. It usually has some laughable “limited liability” statement attached that claims to protect the sender from any legal claims that their message damaged my machine. Honestly, such a statement is laughable and guarantees I will never respond to the email.