Hacking the STLToday Paywall v2022

  • Mike
  • April 19, 2022

Here we are again. STLToday, the website for my hometown newspaper the St. Louis Post Dispatch, has updated their paywall and, as is tradition, it’s time to take a look, see what they did, and offer suggestions so they can make it better.

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What Is the New Flipper Zero Hacking Device?

  • Mike
  • March 14, 2022

The Flipper Zero is a latest hacker tool to hit the market. It’s still early in it’s development bit it already sports a variety of functions that can allow for unauthorized access and malicious code execution.

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A Fully Automated Home Office DND Solution

  • Mike
  • March 7, 2022

It was almost two years ago when I created a custom “Do Not Disturb” button for my home office that allowed me to tell my family that I’m in a meeting and please don’t casually pop in.

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Glanceable Time Zones With Keyboard Maestro and Stream Deck

  • Mike
  • March 3, 2022

We’ve really embraced working remotely within my Studio71 Technology team, to the point that now I have people that I work with every day across seven time zones.

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Rethinking My Email Workflow

  • Mike
  • February 28, 2022

My previous email workflow sucked and I’ve been working to find a new system in 2022. I knew the old workflow sucked as it was based entirely on unread status, a notoriously shaky foundation.

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QR Codes Are Bad

  • Mike
  • February 17, 2022

We were done with QR codes (pretty much). Do you remember 2019? I think I saw one or two QR codes the whole year, but then 2020 hits, COVID comes in hot, and all of a sudden QR codes are back from the dead in every restaurant.

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