People have become more aware of the need for privacy for their communication. Tutanota email and other private email services offer to put a stop to our emails being analyzed and profiles built around us, especially Google with Gmail. I took a quick look at Tutanota to see if it’s worth switching over to.
The Vivaldi browser is based on Chromium (like most other browsers these days) and is available for a multitude of platforms. The appeal of Vivaldi is its power user features not found in competing software. I take a look at Vivaldi 2.9.
Outlook Mobile for Android and iOS is the best Gmail alternative that features a dark mode. Seeing Microsoft become friendly with all platforms and services has been quite a change from how things used to be. Let’s take a quick look at Outlook Mobile and see why it’s currently my default mail app of choice.
The Brave browser recently hit the 1.0 release, meaning it should be stable enough for most folks to use. It also signaled a massive new PR campaign by the folks over at Brave. Is it worth switching to from Chrome or Firefox? Let’s take a look at the somewhat controversial browser.
I recently came into possession of the first Legends of Localization book. What is it, you might ask? It’s a combination of all the things I’m passionate about rolled into ONE. The history of video games, retro games, The Legend of Zelda, game localization, and the Japanese language. I could never have imagined that one day a book that had all of these qualities would exist. Well, it’s finally here and I wanted to take some time to talk about it.