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  • Drobo update: 6 month after

    It has been about six months with the Drobo’s and here is my Drobo update as I promised in my blog post I Replaced My FreeNAS Server With A Drobo where I also explain why I came to use Drobo. While the Drobo’s I have is an older model (Drobo-FS) most of the information in this post should apply to newer models as well.…

  • The Static Site Generator Pelican VS WordPress

    For a while now, I have been using the static site generator (Pelican) for my website/blog. There are pros and cons to both platforms and I have had a lot of trouble deciding which to use going forward. One day I want to use Pelican and the next I want to use WordPress. In the end I had to compile…

  • Dell Venue 8 Pro Review

    The Dell Venue 8 Pro is an 8-inch tablet running Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro. The “Pro” version of Windows indicates that it is the full version of Windows capable of running modern apps as well as normal Windows programs. How useful it is to run legacy applications on an 8-inch screen is questionable. However, the option is there and that…

  • Kingston Datatraveler Vault Privacy 3.0 First Impressions

    After the developers of TrueCrypt declared the encryption suite insecure and recommended users of TrueCrypt to find other solutions. I have been doing just that. It turns out TrueCrypt was a unique product. No other encryption program has the same functionality and is cross platform. After a failed attempt to find a replacement to TrueCrypt, I started to look at…

  • Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini Review

    I have used the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini as my daily driver for about four months and this is my review of the phone. I will not go over all the features of the phone, but merely highlight what is important to me. Hardware It is a bit weird that a phone with a 4.3 inch screen is called a…

  • Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop 5 Month After

    In September of 2013, I reviewed the Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop. I have now used the keyboard and mouse every day, 10 hours a day for about 5 months and I would like to share my experience with it. The Keyboard I have to say, the keyboard is fantastic to type on. I loved it so much, that I started…

  • Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Review

    Ever since Microsoft announced the Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop, I have been waiting for it to come to my country in a Nordic version. Actually, I would have preferred a Danish only version but since I almost never look at the keyboard, it is not a big deal for me. However, this also means that this review will be of the…