With this Blog finally finished moving to it's new .tech domain (announcement later) it's time to write some techy stuff. So I think I'll be doing some tutorials. And the first one is about somethink I like, I use and I like using. Secure Authentication!
One thing I have been seriously waiting for quite a while (especially since the debut of the Region-Free Switch) is the option of just paying via Paypal. Until now nintendo only supported Credit Cards and their Prepaid codecards, which are also common for gifting someone stuff more easily. the problem is that in more than enough places in this world, creditcards arent really common, also always having to get to some store to get your codecards is annoying, and to ...
Hi again. Remember when I wrote about Primeauth the pretty promising and intresting authentication service? Well, to be honest, my trust in them dropped a bit. What happened? Well, let's start from the beginning.
There are Games that work well with pretty much any controllers and there are games that are trying to give you the worst experience unless you are using that specific controller.
Well If you have been here you might have probably seen my Joycon for PC guide. Only sad thing is that with it being just in German, so it has very little audience. Well that changes with this Post.
Es haben sich in letzter Zeit in den News Artikel gehäuft die von der PC-Nutzung der Joycons der Nintendo Switch am PC sprachen und dabei gleich erwähnten dass dies nur in der Querhaltung geht (also bspw wenn man einen seiner Joycons an jemand anderen gibt um Multiplayer möglich zu machen). Ich sehe das anders.
Hi everyone, it's me again. (well who else should it be 🙂 ) a while ago I finally recieved my beta invite for Primeauth, so I'll have to lose some words for it.
Well the Nintendo Switch (I'll just call it Switch from now on for simplicity) is, in my opinion a pretty awesome idea, but its execution has certainly met a lot of controversy, so before I start writing my own thoughts about it, let's review I read on the Internet say about the switch in good and bad ways, don't worry I'll say enough about later:
Clef, which is in my opinion one of the easiest 2FA solutions out there is closing on the 6th of June. So Let's talk more about 2FA and its history. and how Clef is involved
Recently, Google announced a new JPEG encoder, called Guetzli. Weird name, I agree, especially since it originally is a word for cookie in Swiss-German. Putting the name aside, it is really intresting.