Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Techman's World Turns 8! 🎂🎉

Even though I don't post a lot, following annual tradition I'd like to announce that this site is now a whopping 8 years old! I can remember the birth of this place like it happened yesterday...I was awake around 1:22 AM fooling around on the internet on how to make my own blog/website, and I eventually started Techman's World on the Blogger platform. That said, every 18th of December adds another notch to the metaphorical rope that is the life of Techman's World.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Techman's World Turns 7! 🎂🎉

Even though I don't post a lot, following annual tradition I'd like to announce that this site is now a whopping 7 years old! I can remember the birth of this place like it happened yesterday...I was awake around 1:22 AM fooling around on the internet on how to make my own blog/website, and I eventually started Techman's World on the Blogger platform. That said, every 18th of December adds another notch to the metaphorical rope that is the life of Techman's World.


Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Prevent Windows 10 spying, the easy way

Windows 10 is one of the most controversial Windows releases to date, due to one major thing: privacy. However, in this tutorial, I'll show you a very easy tool that even novice users can use to help cut down on the Windows 10 tracking (telemetry, etc). I wrote this one up kinda fast, but I think that everyone can learn from this.

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Scorpion

Via: Genius
Over the past couple of days, I've been listening to Drake's latest release, "Scorpion." Drake has been all over the news lately -- I mean, really. It's hard to avoid this man because social media is part of his blood and his affinity for attracting beef with other artists is unparalleled by any other rapper in the modern age.

I felt that I should write about my sentiments towards him and his recent drama with Pusha-T, partly because I haven't written anything on here and while and also because it's important to me. I am a heavy Drake listener, listening to him over 10,000 times -- and that's only when Last.fm started recording the statistics. I am in the "Top Listeners" board for many of his tracks.

Friday, May 11, 2018

Spotify removing artists from their algorithmic playlists ruins the point

In recent news, Spotify has decided to remove R. Kelly and others from their editorial and algorithmic playlists, due to a new "hateful content and conduct" policy. Like any situation where a company decides to enter the social realm and take a stance on something, it has people all over the spectrum up in arms about it.