Dive into a penguin's counter-argument against the notion that bounties damage open source projects. Explore the often-ignored benefits of competition and meritocracy in the FOSS ecosystem, and how they arm us with the tools to Escape Big Tech's monopolistic clutches.
The “smart” home of the future: a paradise where devices cater to our every need, adjust to our routines, and offer unprecedented convenience. While this dream is often powered by proprietary systems and platforms, we’ll explore why the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement and Linux can offer a more reliable, user-controlled alternative.
In this blog post, we take a deep dive into Black Mirror's 'Joan is Awful' (S06E01), exploring how the episode, though couched in dystopian fiction, beautifully underscores the alarming realities of big tech and serves as an unexpected yet powerful rallying cry for the Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) community.
In the digital tundra where our lives are as exposed as a penguin on an iceberg, we're redefining privacy. From "I’m as transparent as ice" to "I’m a penguin with a fortress," this post explores the need to protect our fishy secrets and why even law-abiding penguins shouldn't parade naked.
In the realm of Cyberworld, VPNs are akin to knights guarding your privacy. However, they cannot singlehandedly protect you from all the monsters lurking in the Interweb Forest. It's essential to arm yourself with knowledge and the right tools, as your journey through the Cyberworld is filled with threats like Tracker Cookies and DNS Dragons. It's not just about having the right VPN, but also about adopting secure practices to enhance your protection.