Mullvad is a VPN service operated by a small company in Sweden. Since they’re under Swedish jurisdiction, they don’t have to comply with US DMCA notices or court orders. Also, since Mullvad is a VPN service; EU data retention laws do not apply. To that effect, Mullvad claims to not keep any logs of any activity on their network.

With all the recent reports of NSA spying, and other privacy invasion going on from other countries, you might feel like your privacy has been violated. And you should, for good reason too. That’s why you may feel like you want to protect your privacy online. One way to help you do that is to use what is called a Virtual Private Network, or VPN for short.

On Monday, CentOS announced the availability of CentOS 7. This comes less then a month after the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

Mou is a nice minimalistic Markdown editor for Mac OS X, and is developed by Chen Luo. It’s beautifully designed, easy to use and very customizable. I use it to write all my articles for Pixel Jumble.

I use Jekyll to build Pixel Jumble. It’s no surprise, you can tell by the, “Powered by” banner in the footer of each page. You might be wondering, “Why doesn’t he use a CMS?” To answer your question, it’s because of simplicity. I find Jekyll to be simple. There’s no complicated and cumbersome databases to worry about, and that slow down the server. Everything can be built on my local computer, and tested with Jekyll. I can actually serve a local copy of my entire blog using Jekyll.