#books #bookcovers #premadecovers #selfpublish #selfpublisher #selfpublishing #author #indieauthor #inspiration #writing #creativewriting LibreOffice 6+ is now available for Windows, OSX and Linux. There is also a cloud edition, though we do not recommend the use of any cloud-based office suite. You can install it without complicatoin in any system with another office suite, so give it … Continue reading LibreOffice 6 Now Available
For the longest time, Mozilla Firefox has [seemed] our great defender — but no more. With the newest version, Mozilla has added extensive telemetry and tracking code like never before. And it has also attempted to dictate which plugins — and search engine — it will let you use. Time to dose that fire with … Continue reading FireFox Gone – get WaterFox Instead!
Previewing your completed ePUB / eBook file as designed and intended should never be done only in the development environment. Sideloading to your own tablet, phone and/or ereader may not be convenient. Even if, you may not see it as others will on other devices.This Firefox plugin will give you an additional way to view … Continue reading QuiReader for Firefox
[UPDATE (SLIGHTLY) 2017-12-05] The latest edition of Mozilla's FireFox browser is now pre-rigged to aggressively force the use of the Google search engine by default. This is nothing new, though it may be to you, and now it is getting worse. For a history lesson about this relationship and what most people don't know, see … Continue reading Google Plus Mozilla – Whether You Want It or Not (updated)
Finding that obscure bit of (accurate) data for non-fiction or even fiction can be a bit difficult these days. Especially if you need accuracy vs. hearsay. The following was unknown to even us until recently. Drop by over morning coffee or tea for a quick peek.Maybe you don't need it for your current work in … Continue reading Wolfram Alpha – The ‘Data’ Search Engine
Another update to Chromium (not Chrome) web browser caused a final shift in our recommendations for this FOSS (Free Open Source Software). For a long while, Chromium has lacked a critical feature found in other FOSS browsers, such as Firefox and the Tor Browser (built on the code for Firefox). Chromium does not use a … Continue reading Get [Rid of] Chromium