Mattia Campagnano

Mattia Campagnano

Thursday, December 31, 2015

One Tip A Day Tech Blog third anniversary. The top 10 most viewed all-time posts

I've started this blog in 2013 and three years have already gone.

This time frame has been very important for IT in general and also for my personal and professional life.

Since I started this blog, Windows has issued two operating systems (Windows 8.1 and Windows 10) and Apple has released three new OS X versions (Mavericks, Yosemite and El Capitan).

I've delved through a lot of topics in these three years and I feel to have grown a lot both as an IT professional and as a blogger, but I always strive to improve.

I push myself hard and that's why I don't write a post if I don't believe in it.

I'm my first censor (sadly) and I hate repeating myself.

For a while I even thought of pulling the plug, because I'm too swamped with school, work and a bunch of side projects, but I decided to continue on.

To celebrate the third anniversary of One Tip A Day Tech Blog, here is a list of my most successful posts (pageviews are displayed as of today's date):
The two most important 2015 IT developments for desktops: OS X El Capitan and Windows 10.

  1. URL shorteners and URL unshorteners- cut it out and see it through: 1014 pageviews
  2. How to install Yosemite Beta 1 (OSX 10.10)  on a Virtual Machine using VMware Fusion (with step-by-step video tutorial): 1000 pageviews
  3. 5 Quick hacks for Mac to boost your productivity with a click : 976 pageviews
  4. How to Install Yosemite Beta 1 with VirtualBox (plus a sneak peek of Yosemite Beta 2): 914 pageviews
  5. How to re-create a missing recovery partition in OS X Yosemite: 788 pageviews
  6. How to reinstall OS X Mavericks without losing your data: 654 pageviews
  7. MalwareByte's AntiMalware review - a free powerful defensive line for your PC: 614 pageviews
  8. Windows 10 A free upgrade, paid for by your data -…: 529 pageviews
  9.  Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac giveaway - A reliable and fast protection for your Mac (CLOSED) : 509 pageviews
  10.  OS X 10.10 Yosemite issues - Bugs for all. Wake up, Apple!: 481 pageviews.
Happy New Year to all my readers!

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Online privacy and anonymity are dead. Get over it!


Last updated: 1/9/2017

The problem 

After Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA's indiscriminate snooping activities on any U.S.-based individual, a paranoid dread has started spreading around.

Most people started feeling threatened and devoid of their rights, afraid of something they contributed to create by handing over their lives to social media and big data collectors (government agencies included).

For this reason, an increasing number of blogs and websites have come up with tutorials about online anonymity and privacy, most of which talk about something they have no clue about and move from wrong arguments.

Though this is an overly technical problem, I'll try to keep my explanation simple, like I spoke to a fifth grader.


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