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The 30% Worldwide Site using WordPress

At Automattic San Francisco someone is celebrating ... and they have good reason: developing the CMS has now shot down the psychological threshold of 30 percentage of Web sites Worldwide. This data comes from W3Techs, a service provided by an Austrian consulting company that monitors the first 10 millions of sites which holds the Alexa ranking. The number is updated daily, and today it seems that WordPress holds the 60 percent of the CMS market. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

VeraCrypt: the successor of TrueCrypt

In 2009 I wrote an article on security. The best that I could find online to encrypt their files was TrueCrypt, at the time was a safe & software. I can not say the same thing seven years later. The development has been arrested in 2014, but good news there. I could recommend a list of software that do the same thing, but I would not do is leave open questions and invite people to spend time (time that I have already spent). For this reason I will not go further and recommend a project fork that has been followed to the present day. It's called VeraCrypt (the latest release to date is dated October 2016). (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Security

Google Webfont: dentro la talpa WordPress

Today (after more than five months) I get to write on the blog. And back at breakneck speed with an article to 007 that will make your hair stand on end users WordPress. I discovered today that the version in WordPress 3.8 (Today we are 4.0) has been enabled by default in the backend the Open Sans font. In fact I had already noticed little slow in loading the backend, but I thought it was due to the new "engine" ie WordPress, instead is due to direct inclusion of a branded Google webfont. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Updates

Tesla releases its patents with the open source license. But will this really happen?

Here is the news of the day - taken from OSVeichle. Some of you may know that Tesla - the famous car manufacturer for electric cars - recently announced in a press conference (directly from the mouth of CEO Elon Musk) come - to approach the global interest that revolves around vehicles and elettcici, in general, to sustainable mobility - intend to allow access to their patents to other park users who will want to consult. This is certainly great news, probably the most resonant in the history of modern mobility and the transport industry. At least as regards the last decades. Although this position seems to be difficult to understand according to the viewpoint typical of the companies that are trying to capture market share, this makes perfect sense if you look at the mission of Tesla: "accelerate the advent of sustainable mobility". (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Graphics

The bizarre requests in the graphics industry

For some time now I'm running in a variety of (and for "several" I mean "a myriad of") graphical ads in Itaila. More than the amount of ads, amaze me the skills required. Let's take a premise. If I cook a cake it is important that at the end is as good as I had it in mind before you start cooking, regardless of the fact that I use an electric oven, o of the largest gas, or that bake in the sun of mid-August 3pm. Similarly if I decide to buy a pair of shoes to play tennis me I'll find comfortable, resistant, that meet certain characteristics ... no matter that I shop in a mall, in a shoe store or at the market. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
Updates

M5S: we need an open source software

With today's article I'm going a bit 'out of the sow, but do not want to open a flame with the subject Movement 5 Location, I just simply observe the facts. I see today that expelled through an online vote, with the 65% majority, Adele Gambaro, a senator of M5S with which I have no ties of any kind. Perhaps not everyone knows that if the Gambaro did not want to resign could continue to occupy the chair that already occupies, although consistency wants you to resign. My purpose is to be political judgment will not, but only a reflection (more…)

By TheJoe, ago
GNU/Linux

OpenKiosk: un browser “nato” for internet point

Years ago I became interested in creation of an internet point using an older pc and a any linux distribution. On that occasion I used Opera, a free browser (the open source) that integrated and integrates still one of the best ways "kiosk". Since then it's been almost three years, Opera has evolved and continues to integrate the kiosk mode, but steadily growing new projects open source they make their way. I'm talking about OpenKiosk. (more…)

By TheJoe, ago