Putting Things Together

This section of the blog is for educational purposes. Things that one may take for granted, another may find them new: as a result, here we will be taking things and strip them, then study how they work under the hood.

I hope this collection of educational posts would prove fruitful for your technological enlightenment, leading to your productivity at your workplace or school.

What is Zsh, and how is it similar or different from the bash?
12 November, 2020
8 min read
A defining feature of all password managers is not only their ability to generate, store, and delete passwords. Rather, their popularity lies in the convenience they provide to the end users, one of these being syncing across devices. In this post, we are going to continue our discussion of the Pass Utility begun in the previous post. While the simplicity of working with your passwords on your filesystem is what makes the Pass utility unique (in that passwords are simply encrypted files stored in a directory), the big question now is: is it convenient?
16 October, 2020
7 min read
Freedom comes with responsibility, and one such is being free to manage your own affairs. This post is going to introduce an interesting utility for password management on Unix-based systems, the Password Store. ,
15 October, 2020
7 min read
Programs that make it easier for us to process our email messages are clients. We will be looking at both web mail and desktop email access in this second post on working with mail.
10 August, 2020
5 min read
The first thing to learn when it comes to email is how messages are sent and received on the Internet. This post is going to describe the plumbing system of electronic communication in detail.
01 August, 2020
6 min read