At my day job, I get a lot of web content that starts out in email messages or Word documents. Sometimes it’s even spread across both. I’m kinda glad I don’t know how many times I’ve copied that content, reassembled it, and manually massaged the HTML in WordPress1. This process isn’t hard but takes a […]
I’m a loyal husband. When it comes to software… I’m apparently quite fickle. I seem to cyclically rotate from Chrome > Firefox > Safari > Opera (and some of their developer/preview versions) as my default browser every couple months. I also tend to do the same with code editors like Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code, […]
(Forgive the Culver’s drive-thru sign. ;))
Looks about right: family in the center… with lots of board games. 🙂
Have you ever wondered just how much time you’ve accidentally sunk into Instagram or Facebook in one day? Or how much time your kids have actually been playing Minecraft or watching Youtube videos? Our family found a little white box that can reveal that information and let you take control of it for better balance […]
O Come O Come Emmanuel – August Burns Red O Holy Night – Becoming the Archetype God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Fit for a King Little Drummer Boy – August Burns Red Silent Night – Forevermore So good!
Mario Kart 8 has been a blast to play as a family over the past couple years. When we remember to watch the highlight reel after races, we’re always rewarded. Here’s a clip of Abby (as Yoshi) rocking me w/ a red shell earlier this evening… Yoshi’s face at the end! Bahahahaha!
Martha had an infusion today (Go keytruda, go!). With the kids on spring break, I had to work from home There are few things like a limp, soggy, dead animal in your hand.
You know those moments of realization where you discover something and feel like you’ve had your head in the sand for years? That’s been my morning. I just discovered Dash (or Zeal for Linux/Windows users) and I’m loving it! Dash is an API Documentation Browser and Code Snippet Manager. Dash stores snippets of code and instantly searches […]
At the beginning of 2015, I chose a somewhat ambitious New Year’s resolution. I set out to play every game in my family’s collection by the end of the year. I came up short. :/ I played a lot of games, but going into December (the busiest month of the year), I knew I wasn’t […]