One of the biggest failings of Evernote as it stands is the inability to encrypt notes and/or notebooks. While Evernote does now offer the ability to encrypt the text of a note, any attached documents are not encrypted, so it cannot be used to store financial or tax documents …

Just a quickie note for any who might encounter this issue.

After upgrading to MacOS Sierra, my Homebrew install of PHP 7.0 failed to update.

==> Upgrading homebrew/php/php70
==> Downloading https://php.net/get/php-7.0.11.tar.bz2/from/this/mirror
Already downloaded: /Users/swschulz/Library/Caches/Homebrew …

No, it's not a new Perl library, it's just a better browser. After spending many hours working on this site, I find that when I view it in Internet Explorer, it just doesn't look good. Microsoft has some interesting ideas when it comes to sticking to the standards. For that …

While sooping through some newsgroups tonight I noticed this site listed in one of the posts. It has graphs of the relative activity of various worms. The site also offers various methods of filtering the data, e.g. last month, etc.

Check it out: http://www.wormwatch.org

For those of you who dislike Windows, regardless of version, this is for you:

http://www.deanliou.com/winrg/

Try it, you'll love it. Unfortunately, and doesn't it just figure, it works best when viewed with a new version of Internet Explorer.