Writing on Tweaked for your Pleasure is something I have always enjoyed doing and I feel it is something I will be updating for many years to come but one thing I do hate is how much it actually cost to run Tweaked for your Pleasure.
With this in mind, I am going to do an experiment – I want to host this website purely for free and while I could toss this onto most free hosts with PHP I decided to set myself a couple of goals for it to be successful.
It has to run on ANY free web that allows FTP uploading or something like it.
It does not have to rely on PHP or MySQL.
It must use WordPress for adding new posts from my end.
I do truly believe that the future of advertising will go in the direction that the end-user will be paid for their data over the current model and right now there are a few options out there and I have spoken about both before: Why BAT can change the ecosystem and Gener8: My Review.
So today we will be doing a light-hearted review about the two different ways of selling your data and earning from it and which one I think is better. I am sure people will disagree and that’s fine, I would love to read your comments but do remember I am not focusing on the features of the browsers themselves but rather the earning side of it. I will be mixing up the positive and negatives so let’s go!
It is no hidden secret that I dislike Facebook and outside of using it for my many websites I wouldn’t bother using it but one thing I have noticed with Facebook is a bigger push to create local groups for the sole purpose of “buying and selling” and there are so many problems with them that piss me off.
Over the last few weeks, I have been looking in buying a new phone and tablet to replace the ageing ones I have and so far I am liking the Surface Duo and a Surface Pro, mostly based on my experiences with Surface products in the past, but fuck me they both show the problems I have with modern phones nowadays.
Over the last month or two during the process of passing over leadership of a community to someone else, I have been thinking about all of the communities I have run over the years and the question in the title popped into my mind – when is it time to pass on the torch to a community and I figured I would speak a little about my experiences on the reasons why I did before I comment on when it is time.
You may have noticed that over the last few months I have not been releasing Playing Games with Snat and there are a couple of reasons why I am going to be relaunching the series on a different channel but one of the reasons of late is I do not enjoy gaming as much as I used too but Phasmophobia … is interesting.
Phasmophobia explains itself pretty much in its name but the idea of the game is to go ghost hunting and collect evidence to figure out the type of ghost and then do a few objectives and get out there all without being murdered by the ghost.