/Tag: Lifehacking

August 2015

Mohio – Visualize your Cloud

By |2016-10-30T21:20:15+00:00August 6th, 2015|Lifehacking, Tech|

I'm a big fan of Evernote and sometimes I just go through my notes, notebooks and tags to clean things up. Sometimes I then just check Google to see if people have good suggestions related to what I'm doing. In this case, I came across a site called where you can connect some of [...]

December 2013

Use your smartphone as document scanner

By |2016-10-30T21:20:16+00:00December 2nd, 2013|iPad, Lifehacking|

A simple post today about using your smartphone as a (document)scanner to digitize about anything. For some reason I knew this existed, but never really looked into it. Usually I use my Canon multifunctional for duplex scanning my mail, forms, invoices and so on and store it in Evernote. Check my article about using wappwolf [...]

November 2013

Rsync backup Mac OS X to Synology

By |2016-10-30T21:20:16+00:00November 2nd, 2013|Lifehacking, Tech, Uncategorized|

I use Apple's Time Machine to make a regular backup of my Macbook. This seems to work okay, but so now and then it needs to redo the complete backup to remain reliable.... That sounds a little unreliable to me. Because most of my data is on my Synology NAS or in the Cloud like [...]

October 2013

Rsync backup Synology to Raspberry Pi

By |2016-10-30T21:20:16+00:00October 29th, 2013|Lifehacking, Tech, Uncategorized|

I've been using the  Strato Hidrive service for a couple of years now to make a remote backup of my local Synology NAS. This is done using Rsync that is available on the Synology and with Hidrive. Strato Hidrive offers much more than only Rsync, but I just use it for remote backup. Actually I [...]

Yoink – Drag and Drop thingy for Mac OS X

By |2014-05-11T11:00:35+00:00October 13th, 2013|Lifehacking|

Yoink is a nice little app I found in the appstore and I want to share with you. This app shows a little sidebar when you need it, which is when you  want to drag and drop something on your Mac. This is one of the apps you didn't knew you need it. Having many applications [...]

December 2012

Phone notifying doorbell with Pushingbox

By |2016-10-30T21:20:16+00:00December 9th, 2012|Gadgets, Tech, Uncategorized|

The sound of our regular doorbell isn’t heard everywhere in the house. Also, sometimes you know that somebody has been at the door but you don’t know who. I found the article below in which especially took my interest. Pushingbox is an online service which you can trigger from an Arduino microcontroller very easy. [...]

June 2011

February 2011

OpenDNS maakt je netwerk en internet gebruik veiliger

By |2011-02-11T21:35:53+00:00February 11th, 2011|Computer How-To, Lifehacking, Tech|

Het DNS (Domain Name System) is het systeem wat de internet adressen zoals vertaalt naar het bijbehorende IP adres zodat de website op onze computer getoond kan worden. Elke internet aanbieder heeft zijn eigen DNS server die je automatisch gebruikt als je van je internet aansluiting gebruik maakt. Dit is over het algemeen een [...]