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Zoho Docs: An Honest Review

In early 2021, I decided to work my hardest at removing myself from the iron grip of Google and Facebook. I succeeded for a time. But the nature of my business is connecting with people, and therefore I returned to them briefly. The biggest step I could take personally as a user was to remove my content from Google's servers. Easier said than done. There's a ton of options for a comparable office suite (that isn't Microsoft). I went with Zoho because I liked what they had to offer. Cloud access is important to me because I move in between…

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How to Use WordPress to Manage Your Fanlisting Collective

I recently closed all of my fanlistings because the Sunday Blues domain was expiring and I didn't have the emotional bandwidth to continue maintaining them. If you were approved for the listing after I closed it, let me know and I'm happy to share the members' list and codes with you. As it was maintained by WordPress and PDB, you'll need to know how to port it over to your preferred fanlisting management script, if you're not currently using either. However, I'll try to help where I can. That's why I kept this tutorial and put it here.Gill of sundayblues.net…

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Goodbye Facebook, Adios Instagram

I decided to remove myself from the vise-like grip of Facebook, Instagram, and Google permanently. It's Lent, and Catholics typically give up something for 40 days as a sign of sacrifice and to test our self-discipline, just as Jesus did when He went into the desert before His eventual death on the cross. I decided to take it one step further and do something that's been in the back of my mind for ages. Cybersecurity should always be a concern, especially in 2021. How many times have Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook - and by extension, Instagram - let us down? I'll…

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