Did We Break The Internet? – Chapter 2

Welcome back Tech Archivers to the long-awaited Chapter 2 of “Did We Break The Internet?”. This Chapter will look at Spam and how it affects us as individuals, as well as measures we may take, as consumers of the Internet, to prevent any mishaps occurring in relation to the Problems we discussed in Chapter 1 and to provide a safer internet, for all. Let’s get into it! Continue reading “Did We Break The Internet? – Chapter 2”

Linux alternatives to Windows programs

Hey, it’s me! No, I’m not dead. I’ve just been a bit busy for the past few months. Anyways, onto the post.


Basically everyone has used Windows before, I can guarantee you that. However, not everyone wants to use it as their primary OS. It’s a shame that there’s such a large library of software that’s not available for Linux.

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The Internet Problem We All Face

Yes, we all face this problem. This problem has happened to us at least five times while we were online surfing the web and makes looking for what we want or need a grueling task that takes at least an hour to complete. Projects take longer than expected, research is frustrating and if you haven’t thought about throwing the internet in the bin yet, you probably will (soon) tm. Continue reading “The Internet Problem We All Face”