Practical Cloud Privacy: Set Yourself Free with Client-Side Encryption

Privacy is freedom.  It allows us to become who we really are.  Several years since my 2011 post about the lack of privacy on cloud services, the digital privacy landscape has experienced big changes.  Back then, nobody had heard of Edward Snowden, Microsoft’s OneDrive was still Pie-in-the-SkyDrive, and mobile devices had not yet surpassed traditional computers […]

OneNote 2016 for Mac: Go Local or Go Home

Update 9/23/2015:  The standalone version is finally out and incredibly, as of version 15.14, still no local Save As in OneNote.  Thank goodness for alternatives like Outline. Like version 15.7 currently available in Apple’s App Store, the spanking-new OneNote 2016 Preview heavy-handedly coerces the user to log in with a Microsoft account.  Either you can log in […]

OneNote Privacy in the Cloud

On a PC or a Mac, OneNote is the best of its kind, but there are tricks to keeping your notebooks safe and secure in the cloud. OneNote to Rule them All I’m a heavy-duty journal writer.  You’ll have to take my word for it, since my journal writing is private, and I like to […]