While my day job is satisfying and challenging, some projects give a special sense of satisfaction. It was particularly satisfying to launch a new website for The Atlanta Inquirer. It is important to have all voices in the news these days. The heritage of this newspaper goes back 60 years – as can be seen
The woman to who I am blessed to be married, S. Nyambura Kihato, is now listed on Therapy for Black Girls. She practices Trauma Therapy at Petrichor in Duluth, GA I am also hanging our a shingle of my own! After years for being enthralled with genealogy, I am starting my own genealogy coaching
This is a test, to see what might happen if I make a fixed link of a broken link on another site…?? So, on The Peoples Church of Chicago’s history page, there is a broken link, “Learn more about Preston Bradley here!” that apparent had a link to the staging site (here). I was able
For years, I have enjoyed having my Sprint cell phone integrated with Google Voice. While not perfect, it did allow me to do a lot of neat things, such as send and receive text messages from my desktop (Ubuntu) or laptop (ChromeOS) computers. I also got my voicemail transcribed (albeit imperfectly) and call history available
I have received three spam emails in recent days, with people offering to sell me the “.com” version of a “.net” domain name that I already own. This is not so unusual. Ever since domain names became a “thing”, people have been speculatively buying them to resell at a profit. This is known as “cybersquatting“.
Setting up a web site does take a lot of steps. Here’s a great guide from the folks at wpmudev. Too much? Contact me for any / all of these steps!
The most recent spread of ransomware shows a troubling trend. According to news sources, “Hospitals, major companies and government offices were among those that were badly affected.” Some opinions out there seem to consider such attacks as inevitable, or even due to bad policies, but this attack was preventable through standard maintenance practices. The people