Apple’s San Bernardino Conundrum

In-case you hadn’t heard, the FBI is trying to compel Apple to assist them in cracking open an iPhone 5c used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino shooting that took placed back on December 2, 2015. While on the surface the demands to some might sound reasonable, “Please help us unlock this … 

 

Why Angular 2 Is DOA

With the beta release of Angular 2 in mid-December after almost 2 years in development, high hopes have been placed upon the framework who in its absence of release has seen other competitors such as ReactJS mature and Aurelia release into beta. I have seen and heard some ambitious things being said about Angular 2. … 

 

Solving Americas Gun Problem

Firstly, I am not an American. Secondly, I hate armchair experts just as much as you probably do. I don’t claim to be an expert on anything nor do I think I have all of the answers. But, to any outsider who isn’t an American there are some obvious aspects to the gun control debate … 

 

You’re Living In A News Bubble

Recently there was some pretty tragic terrorist attacks in Paris which I am sure heard about and probably saw being shared around on Facebook. Approximately 140 people were tragically killed, with hundreds more injured to varying degree. Even days after the event you would be hard-pressed to find a media outlet (online, print and TV) … 

 

The Problem With Airbnb

I love Airbnb. When I travelled to the US and Canada last year for my twiddy vacation on a beach house in the USA, everywhere in Canada we stayed in Airbnb places. The experience of booking is made a lot easier than reserving a room in a hotel or motel. But there is a problem …