Monthly Archives: March 2013

Today’s Readings

Default browser tooltips. They suck. They always look like crap, are never placed where you want them, and usually disappear too quickly to be able to fully read. Hint.css is here to help. And speaking of CSS, it’s been a … Continue reading

Shared Host Smackdown: GoDaddy vs. Dreamhost

As I mentioned earlier, I have moved my site hosting from GoDaddy to Dreamhost. My reason were: I had experienced multiple security incidents, one requiring me to completely rebuild my site, the other half of my .htaccess file just, disappered… … Continue reading

Ah… That Fresh Feeling When You Start Using a Brand New Host…

I have been dreading and putting-off a migration off of GoDaddy for so long, because, well, migration of a WP site just plain sucks… It never works right the first time around, especially when you have a multisite, and it’s … Continue reading

R.I.P. Mr. Clive Burr

If you’re here for my usual techy-geeky-stuff, sorry, this post is a personal note. It has taken a few days for me to be ready to write this… Clive Burr, the former drummer for the heavy metal band Iron Maiden, … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

When I first heard about Firefox OS, I remember thinking “Great, just what we need in mobile, is another variable…” I, also, however, said something very similar when Google Chrome was first announced. And that seems to have gone pretty … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

Very cool video about coding on the homepage, talking about why it’s important, how rare coders are, and what benefits the process teaches. Not until about 7:04 did I hear what I consider to be one of the best … Continue reading

Today’s Readings

One helluva thorough ARIA Tree View research and “how-to” article … A quick and easy, yet still robust, CMS alterative to WordPress? Looks like PyroCMS might be the ticket… Home light bulbs that connect to the Internet. Not sure how … Continue reading