Some really great news came out today regarding SSL security. EFF, Mozilla, Cisco as well as a few other big players in the Open Source industry have unveiled a new service called “Let’s Encrypt“. Free SSL Certificate Authority Let’s Encrypt is a new SSL Certificate authority that will offering free SSL certificates to all users, […]
In this review we cover the top self hosted web applications with a focus on tools useful for Webmasters. Analytics, Email, WordPress and More!
Web Hosting Panel If you have ever bought or used shared web hosting space, you are probably familiar with cPanel. The purpose of a Web Hosting panel, such as cPanel, is to create a graphical user interface for basic web server maintenance tasks such as creating websites, databases and FTP accounts. The idea is to […]
How to configure Nginx, PHP5-FPM and MySQL for a 128MB VPS. Check out my amazing WordPress benchmarks on a $5/yr VPS node!
Humble Weekly Bundle – Open Source A great new humble bundle was just announced today featuring all games which are utilizing open source projects! Open source is fairly uncommon for game development so this is a really great chance to get in and support some great developers helping lead the way into the future of […]
Big Brother is Watching! We list the Top 18 things you can do with open source software and free internet services to greatly improve your privacy online!
Xbox Media Center (XBMC) is a Full Featured Media front end designed to your PC into the ultimate smart-box for your TV! And best of all, it’s free!
The days of workstation pcs and computer den’s are fading away as tablets and the living room computing experience gain momentum. Windows is slowly but surely losing it’s impenetrable foothold on the PC gaming market as a result and everyone is scrambling to step in and take control.
Ever wanted to build your own blog or websites, but didn’t like the idea of forking out monthly fee’s to keep it running? In this article we will cover a set of open source server software, and some suggestions for hardware, allowing us to run a home server without the need to pay for a hosting service.