There is a great way to speed up some of the typical repeating tasks you do on your computer: the app called “Auto Hotkey“. What is Auto Hotkey? It’s a lightweight background process that quietly waits and listens for you to press certain keystrokes so that it can perform whatever tasks you gave it to […]
An underlying part of who we all are is our beliefs in spiritual things. The physical world is like God’s GUI, but the spirit realm is like the back-end business logic. It actually determines what happens on the world’s stage. Our view on this will dictate how we present ourselves on the world’s stage. If […]
Chris Turner [apparently] likes to shock audiences by revealing that he is going to rap for them. When a British white boy says he’s going to rap, one would anticipate him humiliating himself. But Chris does not disappoint.
I’ve noticed that debates often have certain arguments tossed in that unfairly discredit the opposing side, not because they carry any validity, but because they were “grabbed” first by one side or the other.
What’s better than dropping your temp tables at the end of every script? Checking for their existence at the beginning of the script and dropping them.
As I was attempting to update my email address in a WordPress blog, it was stuck. A notification said: There is a pending change of the admin email to email@example.com
There is a handy and free tool to check your system’s uptime called “Uptime”. (Clever, no?) It can be downloaded at http://uptimeexe.codeplex.com. While it is very easy to use (just navigate to it in a command window and type “uptime”), it doesn’t give much of an option for formatting the output to include only the days. So, a […]
Recently, I have made a great effort to increase my online privacy. This theme does not have any trackers. No Google fonts, no Google analytics, no FontAwesome fonts, no CDN hosting for code, and no Facebook scripts or trackers. It’s a clean page, except for the Disqus comments, but those are there by my choice, […]
This is an update to a previous post. In another post on this site, it was said that Dropbox Paper is the code storage of choice. This has changed. As of today, I much prefer using Microsoft’s GIT code repository known as: devops.azure.com. The benefits are numerous. Ability to revert back to previous versions Ability […]