I don’t have a stereo receiver at home. On occasion, I like to listen to a local radio station online via iTunes. My biggest gripe are the ads. Do radio stations really need to play 15 minutes of ads before I hear the actual show? The only reason I stuck around was to find out how long the ads would run. 15 minutes of ads! You got to be kidding me. No one has that kind of patience just to hear a radio show. So now, I have this policy. If I hear ads, I simply switch stations. I know radio stations have to make money, but 15 minutes. Annoying if you ask me.
Cyber criminals exploiting Adobe Flash. Again. It’s time for Flash to go away. Pretty much every browser nowadays support HTML5 videos.
Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela was released June 30, 2015. It comes with Mate 1.10.
Linux Mint 17.2 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2019. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use.
I had a couple of weird issues on my MacBoook Air for several weeks now. Every time I tried to use iTunes, it keeps spitting out an error saying, “iTunes can’t verify the identity of the server.” In addition to iTunes, I also had an issue with the App Store. I can’t login, and it’s displaying a blank page. I tried going to an Apple Store, but the wait is 7 hours, so I called Apple Support. Since my laptop is 4 years old, Apple wants me to purchase one-time support fee of $29. I said no thanks. After a couple of hours of googling and troubleshooting, I finally found a fix. All I needed to do was reset my keychain. If you have the issue I had with iTunes and the App Store, try resetting your keychain. I’m glad I didn’t cough up $29 for a simple fix.