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Photography

Bali 2013 Day 4

Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 While we were eating breakfast, I recognized a man carving one of the bridges at the resort as a vendor I had bought some statues from. I went out to thank him and snapped a few pictures of him at work. After breakfast, Ken, Sophie, […]

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Photography

Bali 2013 Day 3

Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 After getting about 3 hours of sleep, we left our hotel at 2am to head to Mount Batur. It was about a 2hr drive and when we arrived everyone was practically asleep but we proceeded to climb the the steep volcano. It was cold but […]

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Photography

Bali 2013 Day 2

Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 We started our day with surfing lessons at Kuta Beach. None of had surfed before so we weren’t pro’s but we all managed to stand up at least once or twice; some better than others. After surfing we had lunch to a little Indonesian restaurant […]

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Photography

Bali 2013 Day 1

Bali 2013: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 After arriving in Bali, we waited around at the airport until some guy brought our rental car. It was a beat up manual minivan with the steering wheel on the right side but Ken handled it was his own. As he dashed through the chaotic […]

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Code Wordpress

Dealing with the Dreaded ‘wpautop’

What is “wpautop”? Well, to put it simply, wpautop is short for ‘WordPress Auto P’- with p being in reference to an html p tag. wpautop is a wordpress function that “Changes double line-breaks in the text into HTML paragraphs (<p>…</p>).” You can read more about it in the WordPress codex. Most of the content […]

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Design

Featured Work | Designing My Logo

I’ve always been fascinated by logo design. A good logo can carry a brand for a very long time; it’s not something that’s meant to change frequently so the opportunity to design one doesn’t come along very often. There are a lot of things to keep in mind when designing a logo. Obviously it needs […]

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Web Development Wordpress

Ten Things Every WordPress Pro Should Know About

When I started using WordPress it was not nearly as powerful as it is now. Over time, the internet’s favorite open source Content management system has picked up a lot of really cool features that make it easier to work with and more capable of powering more dynamic and robust websites. When I really started […]

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Software

Copy and Paste Like a Pro with a Free Clipboard Manager

Have you ever really thought about how many times a day you copy and paste stuff? You probably do it more than you think and it’s so routine that you don’t even notice. That is, until you try to paste an email address and realize you have a YouTube link on your clipboard. I’ve always […]

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Web Development Wordpress

Thoughts on Responsive Frameworks

Working with responsive frameworks can make responsive web design cleaner and easier and considerably reduce development time. The fact that responsive frameworks combine responsive and mobile-first web design, CSS pre-processing languages, and other cutting edge trends makes them one of my favorite topics to follow in web development.

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Software Technology

Configuring a Home Media Server with Ubuntu and Samba

I decided to setup a media server at home to host and share media with anyone on my network. Here’s how I did it. Original diagram of home network components and proposed configuration, some of the parts shown have not been completed yet. Objective There were a number of reasons I took on this project. […]