ssh, and lost keys">

Much like the keys to your car, SSH keys seem to get lost just as often. And you can nev­er fig­ure out how you lost them or where they went either.

I have start­ed a new project, on my own time, to aid vet­er­ans. I hope to help peo­ple with infor­ma­tion that took me years to find.

Some­times, it’s nice to do some­thing nice for oth­ers. It’s even bet­ter when you can help them with prob­lems you have had your­self.

Now and again, it’s nice to do projects just for your­self. If your actions can do some good, all the bet­ter.

This, much like super pow­ers, can be used for good or evil.

Being para­noid has its ben­e­fits.

Some­times my job is quick and clean. Oth­er times it’s like try­ing to solve a Rubik’s cube while col­or-blind.

A lot has hap­pened late­ly, but I haven’t had time to tell any­one about it.

Trad­ing in games for self gain is not only reward­ing, but recy­cling!

You know you have a prob­lem when some­thing new relat­ed to your job comes out and you’re like a kid on Christ­mas

Cre­at­ing beau­ty in IE is like paint­ing a beau­ti­ful pic­ture using only half a box or crayons and your left hand.

Remem­ber how I said if I didn’t get this lat­est job I was going to go to school and not look for anoth­er job? Yeah, joke’s on me right?

What’s more dan­ger­ous than a geek? A geek with a lot of free time on his hands.

I have been test­ing iOS7 for a few days and here are some of my ini­tial thoughts on it. No great real­iza­tions about the prod­uct or bit­ing com­men­tary, just some point-blank obser­va­tions.

New meds vs insom­nia

What do pro­gram­mers and day labor­ers have in com­mon? More than you may think, and it’s dawned on me that there’s noth­ing to be ashamed of by it.

Par­al­lels, where have you been all of my life?

Oh IE, Y U no real­ize U R hor­ri­ble and peo­ple no like U? 

…A frus­trat­ing jour­ney, but a learn­ing expe­ri­ence nonethe­less.

The ques­tion as to why I say I know how to work with SEO, yet haven’t done much on my own site, is final­ly answered.

JSON and seri­al­ized data go head-to-head. Why the vic­to­ry may not be that sur­pris­ing, the math­e­mat­i­cal results just might.

$3 and you can have your tablet mount­ed on the wall!

Remote files and local devel­op­ment come togeth­er, as one.

Think­ing about cipher encryp­tion, brute force attacks, and login secu­ri­ty, for the most part. More talk­ing to myself over the Inter­net than any­thing, but some­times that’s how I find my best inspi­ra­tion.

We all know that web 1.0 was crap­py web­sites with flash­ing GIFs and bad midi music. Then we grad­u­at­ed to web 2.0, which gave every­one remote­ly smart enough to oper­ate a com­put­er a social voice on the Inter­net. But now the term “web 3.0”?

Inven­tion is 10% inspi­ra­tion and 90% per­spi­ra­tion. But what hap­pens when you only have one or the oth­er?

Debian didn’t go as planned, Slack­ware told me to get bent, and Crunch­bang went crunch and bang.

My com­put­er isn’t bro­ken, and it isn’t as bad as it sounds.

I will be going where most nerds nev­er dare.

Apps to keep your infor­ma­tion safe, secure, and much bet­ter post-it-notes all over your desk.