I have been an admirer of Guy Kawasaki for over 20 years, since I first saw him in person at a local Macintosh user group back in his Apple days. I liked the way Guy talks straight without any of what he calls “bull shiitake.” I remember reading and using some of Guy’s Guerilla marketing . . . → Read More: Reality Check by Guy Kawasaki
7 is better than Vista? We…eeell, that’s kinda like death being eaten alive by fire ants is “better” than death by being shot by a water pistol until your flesh rots.
Well, it had to happen. It is amazing that I’ve been using WordPress so long without getting into its guts. While hacking on the Tweet this plugin ever so gently, I started to get the feel for how WP plugins work. So I wrote a couple myself. The first one is serious old school, as . . . → Read More: Try my beta Word Press Plugin
Why should you care about a vulnerability in SSL? What is SSL anyway? Well…..if you never bank online or buy anything online, you’ve no cause for concern. But if you do, please at least read the takeaway action item, OK?
The whole ecommerce sector relies on the secure sockets layer (SSL) for encryption of transmissions . . . → Read More: SSL Vulnerability alert!
Used with permission I’m hard at work on Zend Framework, so don’t have much original to say today, except that I did discover a new cartoon strip called AbstruseGoose.com. It is a la XKCD. The drawing is a little better, but that’s not saying much, as you know if you are familiar with XKCD. . . . → Read More: Wow! Alien Communication Decoded