Useful Links

  • digitaltonto.com – an excellent source for refreshing and in-depth views on current and future technologies. Highly suggest a visit.
  • snipeitapp.com – If you’re looking for an effective open source solution for inventory and tech asset management this is my go to solution.
  • r/applehelp – When you’re in need of some tech help and can’t make your way over to an Apple Store (or maybe you’ve tried but didn’t find the help you were looking for, the guys/gals here know their stuff.)
  • ko-fi.com – For content creators that need a way to accept tips/donations this is a great platform making it easy for your audience to show their support.
  • fast.com – internet speed sluggish? Here you can check download speeds, quick no nonsense way to get an answer fast. (I think Netflix owns this, but don’t quote me.)
  • examcompass.com – For all the techies looking for some practice before taking an exam, this is my favorite place for review.
  • techcoreduo.com – Most certainly a selfish plug but we cover a wide variety of subjects, check us out if you’re curious.
  • Bastard Operator From Hell – All the nerds and geeks who’ve grown tired of all the memes can go back to the classics. Adult humor – you’ve been warned.
  • AirServer.com – My favorite software for air playing iOS devcies to macOS. There are competitors out there but I find this works best wirelessly. (HINT: If you can connect your iOS device to mac via usb cable this is free and works, using quicktime player)
  • stencyl.com – Pretty much scratch on steroids. You can develop an app with a single line of code. Great for anyone with an idea but minimal code knowledge.