org2blog Blogging with Doom Emacs

I was happy using Spacemacs and I had gotten all the packages and settings just the way I liked them. But Spacemacs still didn’t feel like it “just worked”, for me. Since I had been using Doom Molokai theme in Spacemacs I decided to try Doom. I really like the fact that Doom is FAST,…

Maximize Your Blogs Post on Social Media

If you never heard of Meta tags, your missing out I was recently at a meetup and they discussed the importance of an Online Presence. One of the questions asked at the end of the presentation was about “Crossposting” on social media. The presenter gave a great answer but I wanted to expand a bit…

Show Your Public PGP Key on Facebook

Sharing your PGP key just got easier As part National Cybersecurity Awareness Month I wanted to show you how you can share your Public PGP key on Facebook. It is surprisingly easy to add your PGP on Facebook which is a good thing for you. One of the downsides of using Asynchronous encryption is sharing…

Setup Encrypted Emails for Facebook

It’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month It’s October 2018 and October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. I want to show you how you can securely encrypt your communications between you and Facebook. I don’t mean communications between you and your friends on Facebook, I mean between you and Facebook itself. Facebook actually allows you to add…

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Getting Started With Gitlab

Watch my webinar on Gitlab! I did this webinar for the South Texas Linux User Group. We covered the recent interest in Gitlab. Some of the things that Gitlab offers over Github. And finally how to get started with Gitlab! So if you want to learn about Gitlab and how to get started check out…

AppImage How To Tutorial On Ubuntu Linux

What’s an Appimage AppImage is trying to make installing and finding software on Linux as easy as possible. AppImages can be installed with 2 simple commands and they install very quickly. You should use an AppImage because if you jump Linux distrobutions, AppImages don’t care if you are on Fedora or Arch Linux. they are…