Some of the stuff I've written


Mask your email against spam with aliasases

The road to digital cleansing, "spring cleaning" your inbox, and saying goodbye to spam and scammers. That's how I'd sum up the benefits of email aliases (aka cloaked email).

Privacy, Email

Lifehacks for couples

The coexistence of two (or more) people gradually blends all involved together. And so it's about time to update the IT tools we use to adapt ourselves.

Privacy, Finance

Write beyond ashes

Ever since I started making websites I've had this weirdly undying romantic notion that blogging is cool. But I've never been into it, or even good at it. What's changed?



Bitwarden password manager

About the importance of using strong and separated passwords and a great open source password manager to help you with all of that

Security, Open Source


OnePlus 5/5T: Installing Magisk root & xXx NoLimits ROM

We've unlocked a bootloader and installed TWRP on OnePlus 5 in the last article, now we'll see how to make use of it - to root the phone with Magisk and install xXx's NoLimits custom ROM

Android, Magisk, Privacy, Degoogle

OnePlus 5/5T: Unlocking bootloader & Installing TWRP

Guide for unlocking the bootloader and installing TWRP Recovery on OnePlus 5/5T. I will go over this on Linux, but it will surely work on Windows, as well as on macOS.

Android, TWRP, Privacy, Degoogle


How to generate Icon Webfont

Icon webfonts are a popular way of displaying icons on websites. Some argue, that using inline SVG might be better, but if webfonts are your thing, let's have a look how to easily generate your own.

Webdev, Icons, Fonts


Elementary OS – AMD drivers

In this article we’ll have a look at AMD graphic drivers – making the best out of GPU is a must. And unfortunately on Linux (and moreover on Elementary OS), that can get quite hard

Linux, elementaryOS, Ubuntu

Elementary OS – Apps & tweaks

New stable version of Elementary OS (0.3 Freya) has been released today – let’s see how to get the maximum of your fresh shiny OS

Linux, elementaryOS, Ubuntu