A Quick Update

It sure has been a little while since I posted my last article. I worked quite a while on it and I thoroughly enjoyed writing it. Delving into the differences between iOS and Android was worth it. I had to do some research to fill in the gaps, particularly pertaining to historical dates, since I don’t always remember them.
The experience taught me that receiving constructive feedback is necessary, but not to focus too much on negative criticism. A business partner, who we no longer associate with, was making comments on the post that turned out to be rather trite and uninformative. He very much reminded me of a college professor who tells you that a part of your essay is badly written, but fails to provide meaningful commentary on what can be done to improve it.
After this setback, it took me a while to start writing again. I needed fresh ideas, so I had to think about where to go next. After this brief hiatus, I have a solid lineup of articles on various topics that all of you can look forward to.
I am going to write up a very much needed review of Unigram, one of the best Telegram clients available for Windows. I will delve into its features, pros and cons, describe its layout as best I can and provide some tips and tricks to get the most out of it. Telegram is an amazing platform, which is not as widely used as it could be, though it is gaining traction.
Next, I will do my best to provide an overview of my experience with Discord, which has in recent years, branched out beyond serving the gaming community and is now used by teachers and professors to teach classrooms, among other things. During this time of remote learning and working, though things are slowly returning to normal, it is important to make sure that people have an idea how this platform can be used. It can be a bit intimidating for new users, but over time it becomes easier to use once the basics have been mastered.
I will also touch on my experiences with Signal, WhatsApp and Zoom. All of these communication platforms have various features that I use quite often and should cover.
This should be a decent overview of what I wish to do with this blog shortly. I’m glad to be back and hope to resurrect it this year. It could definitely use some new, informative content, which I am more than happy to provide.

By Igor

I'm a 29 year-old tech enthusiast who also loves philosophy, history and music. I'm interested in exploring the intersection of politics, technology, ethics and the law. I focus on assistive technology in particular, since I use it on a daily basis. I also love different genres of music, ranging from Heavy Metal, to world folk music.