Setty’s line “Smart people want to give their best” seems to be something of a passing thought in his post. I’d like to give it more attention, because I believe conscientious experienced folks have a fear of giving bad advice.
In my last post, I explained my frustration with web hosting services and how this frustration led me to purchase my own server. In this post, I will briefly touch on some of the ups and downs I’ve experienced with the Mac Mini Server and its Snow Leopard Server software.
Bye-bye Media Temple. You are not the hotness you think you are. Hello, Mac Mini server!
Just a quick note: I’m renovating this site to make better use of WordPress’ capabilities. Because of the move to WordPress, many of my static HTML files will be converted to WordPress ‘pages’; this means you may see some odd posts in my RSS feed from time to time. Feel free to ignore them.
I had a hard time sorting this out, so I figured I’d post it in case anyone else needs to know.
Assumptions: You have Parallels v4 for Mac, and have already created an Ubuntu 8.10 image.
The transition is almost complete: I have ditched my Windows-based PC for a MacBook Pro.
For 2008, I resolve to be more resolute when working on my resolutions. A brief recap of 2007.
Here’s a really simple way to get screenshots without needing any special software.
A computer is born, and another computer dies (“I’m not quite dead!” he says in his best Eric Idle imitation).
(Mac) Hi, I’m a Mac.
(PC) And I’m a PC.
Announcing the latest iteration of pipwerks.com, dedicated to web technologies and e-learning.