From now, you’ll once again find helpful computer tips and insights here. In times of “tl;dr” (too long, didn’t read), you’ll find both targeted, short step-by-step tutorials and longer rants, if you do happen to have some time to read.
It is more than four years ago since I decided to use the nickname “mynetx”. Back then, I had my own network (my net). Later, I discovered: my nickname matches my web developer profession perfectly.
Protecting my privacy on the web is important for me. Nevertheless, I feel that the discussion around privacy on the Internet has heated up more and more in the last years – too much. Now, some privacy advocates even start claiming that the statistics service Google Analytics were illegal in Germany. But social networks and large web companies, like Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and more platforms get into the focus of privacy advocates quite often, too. Why?
A year in review: 2010 has been both interesting and surprising for me. In this recap of July to December, you will get to know why.
Once again, a year is over — for me, 2010 was very interesting. Much has happened, including unforeseen events. Come with me on a timeline journey and let’s think back to the most interesting events in 2010!
Some peaceful, silent, relaxing days with the warmth of your family is what we wish all our readers.
Come with me on a short tour through two years of mynetx.net, and tell me what you have in mind for our future!
Yesterday, Steve Jobs talked about his decision not to support Adobe Flash, when he got interviewed on the D8 Conference.
The former Windows Live Platform Group Corporate Vice President, Blake Irving, has started working for Yahoo. He will be responsible for Product Development.
Welcome to 2010! The last year has been filled with many Messenger error codes. Do you want to have a look at the Top Ten list of most-visited posts in this blog?