Introduction: Need for CDN for WordPress site Today someone asked a question in a Facebook group about using CDN or Content Delivery Network for their… Read More »Which CDN (Content Delivery Networks) to use for your WordPress Site?
In April and May 2021, I consolidated the data and upgraded the computers in the household. Read about the different flavours of Linux I tried in the process.
Introduction: BuildBubbles, a SAAS in the podcast hosting space, is closing doors in July 2021. This is an “I told you so” moment I… Read More »BuildBubbles: Closing Doors on a “Lifetime” deal for Podcast Hosting
Introduction SSD Versus Hard Drive for Shared Webhosting … Read More »Hard Disk Drive (HDD) versus SSD does it matter for shared hosting plan?
In this post, I will present my first impressions of Boltwire CMS through a screenshot tour. Boltwire is a PHP based flat file (Content Management System)
I set up a new blog site on Blogger yesterday, and it almost happened by accident. The site, posts.amarvyas.com, actually came up when I began tinkering with the settings for Blogger.Learn about my experiences with Blogger.
In a matter of hours, I published five blog posts on that site, which gave rise to a thought:
What if I continue publishing multiple times a day (say, 3 to 4 posts per day) for an entire month?
Using the ols1clk command, I was able to set up WordPress on a “free” VPS or Virtual Private Server from Virmach. I created this subdomain… Read More »Testing OpenLiteSpeed Server on a small VPS
Upgrading PopOs to Cosmic Desktop Last week, I upgraded my standby laptop to PopOs Cosmic Desktop. PopOs from System76 is a customized Linux distribution… Read More »First impressions of PopOs Cosmic Desktop
Lifetime Deals for SaaS (Software As a Service) Products In the past few years, there has been an explosion of sites offering “lifetime” deals… Read More »My short take on “lifetime” deals for SAAS Products