It’s such a pain to move to a new host. DNS changes. Import/Export of WordPress. Debugging. New security. Redirects. Let’s face it, it’s a huge hassle, so I need to have exhausted all my options. … Continue reading A New Host? (Maybe Not)
I have been feeling for quite some that the performance of my blog was dragging. I just implemented a new plugin to do caching and it seems to help a little. However, the internal tool, … Continue reading A New Host Maybe?
Take a look at this fascinating 1 minute video. How can a little monkey like that have such an immediate and intense reaction to something that is unfair? We clearly have a fairness gene. Something … Continue reading The UX of Fairness
It’s like you are on camera 24/7. When do you have time to make a mistake? When can you daze off or pick your nose? When can you say to someone “You are an asshole”? … Continue reading The UX of Running for President
Go to any computer program you use on a daily or weekly basis. Find the online help. Next, find an article in the middle, something fairly obscure, but something you are aware of. (Not an … Continue reading The UX of Online Help
One feature I like about LinkedIn is how you can write a recommendation for someone. Basically, you sing their praises and it ends up on their profile. I have 36 recommendations for me and 58 … Continue reading LinkedIn Endorse vs Recommend