VirtualHostX: Easy Virtual Hosting configuration on OS X

  • April 9th, 2009

Having discovered VirtualHostX, I can’t imagine going down the path of manually editing OS X configuration files ever again. If you have ever setup a local environment to test your website(s), you have surely found yourself spending a few minutes wrestling with Web Sharing and Apache – the whole virtual hosting setup. Instead of testing […]

35 designers, 5 questions, a long list of answers

  • April 19th, 2007

Smashing Magazine recently polled 35 different individuals whose livelihood deals in some shape or form with web design. If you’re not already a subscriber, I highly recommend their feed which regularly publishes some of the most detailed and exhaustive resource lists on the net. Their latest “list” showcases the responses to 5 distinct questions answered […]

Clearwire may lose potential customers, here’s why

  • April 3rd, 2007

Syl and I took a look a few different internet options aside from the usual: cable, DSL, or FIOS. The requirements were that the service would need to be a) temporary, b) able to be shared, c) free of obtrusive installations, and d) convenient – no long-term contract requirements. Two options immediately sprang to mind […]

ClaimID to manage your online identity?

  • February 26th, 2006

How often do you drop your own name into an online search engine? Go ahead. Admit it. How many times per week do you query the online indexes in search of your name knowing full well that the results are probably no different from yesterday, last week, or last month [EgoSurf]? Your next potential employer […]