Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are Meat Loaf and Jim Steinmen Happy World Backup Day everyone! Do yourself a favor and make sure your data is backed up. Just because it is “on the cloud” does not mean it is backed up. Your files, contacts, photos, and videos sync… Continue reading Backing Up
Updates and more
So I am going old school Nostalgia right now. I have fired up Mac OS 9 (the predecessor to Mac OS X/OS X/macOS) from the 90’s and launched Quicken 2000 to record my spending. Since I have yet to learn how to properly budget I am following Ramit Sethi advice to track my spending. More… Continue reading Updates and more
How to (not) move your WordPress website part 1.
Hey everybody, I’m back up and running, with all my previous posts restored. I’ll do my best to keep this post short yet detailed. So quick backstory first, in Summer of 2017 I decided to move switch webhosts from A Small Orange to Siteground and during the process I screwed up or at least I thought. Making… Continue reading How to (not) move your WordPress website part 1.
If you don’t know something can it hurt you?
“What you don’t know can’t hurt you” is the old saying and while that could be true in many situations, it doesn’t apply to all. When trying to improve something, what you don’t know can actually hurt you. Take for example my career search, as part of all the jobs I’ve applied to I sent… Continue reading If you don’t know something can it hurt you?
Backups (quick note)
It’s always good to have backups because you never know when something is going to fail. This can be said of data as well as hardware. Working on an important document, save it first to your Dropbox.com folder then save a copy to an external flash however while you update the file make sure you’re… Continue reading Backups (quick note)