Want to buy a new iPad Air and pay nothing for it? Kill your voice service. It’s possible — right now. I show you the tools and tricks to make it happen and fatten your wallet.
Coding & Design
It’s the conference journey, not the destination.
If you’re using a mac you might have come across a lot of different methods and commands to backup a remote server to your local mac. I do the heavy lifting to help you find a simple method.
Yosemite on the Mac included some great usability features, however bugs and slow performance can ruin your day. I’ve got fixes!
I moved all my data to iCloud. Here’s why I did it, what I learned, and why I think you should go all-in with iCloud.
I needed a way to cache multiple pages of JSON responses from the Twitter API. I found a partial solution on StackOverflow but it only enabled caching for 1 page. I wanted caching for multiple pages (e.g. 1,2,3,4 etc.). See how I did it.
Drive users to your opt-in landing page without driving them crazy. Professional Opt-in is for the new slow-sell economy. Get it now.
Creating a WordPress Multisite for a client I came across an issue when trying to prevent flash files (.swfs) from being cached (stored by the browser).
HTML5 video is still a mess. 3, possibly 2 video formats, incomplete browser support, and bad UI for Android devices. Not all is lost.
There are quite a few gotchas with the new iCloud service and iPhone / iPad. Know what’s broken and get some configuration tips.
Get highlighted in Google search results with an author image. Bolster all your online content written by you. Claim your rightful glory!
Moving a WordPress blog from a Windows server to a Linux server? Hold on chief, there might be issues!
HTML5 is the top job trend right now on Indeed.com. Are you ready for HTML5 switch happening now?
When it comes to developing an application for mobile users, there are two routes to reach users. Which one makes the most sense?
It felt like 2000 all over again. Some browser features work here, some work there, and nothing consistent. Throw in the mix iPhone, iPad, and other mobile devices and your head starts spinning.
On August 12th, 2009 the Los Angeles Times became a newspaper again. They did something I always thought should happen for years – make a news site that looks like an easy-to-read print newspaper.
Times have changed, and so has the way recruiters have been getting resumes. Job search sites cost lots of money for recruiters and companies. When companies cut costs, search memberships get kicked. How can you adapt your resume for the new way recruiters will find you?
The shift to online news, that has been in process in the past decade, will continue. The layoffs are evidence that the shift continues.