This story has nothing to do with websites or website design. It’s family tradition that I can’t really identify as anything more than a mystery. But I think it’s a good story and one that should be shared so that maybe, just maybe, the right person might know how much we are tickled by it. … Continue reading “Mystery Christmas Music”
The number of downloads have to be WAY higher for .03% to amount to anything of value!
Here (will be the link) to the video presentation. Below is the code for my pattern library including some css to go along in the Customizer.
Carlisle WordPress Meetup October 9, 2019
These are the slides from my talk on content manipulation. If you have questions, please ask! Or download the pdf here: Getting Comfortable with WordPress Philly 2017
Here you go! Slides from the talk this morning at the Columbus Center in my Home Town! WordCamp Baltimore 2016 from Kerch McConlogue
March 1, 2016 SEO: Past Yoast SEO: Past Yoast from Kerch McConlogue
TeslaCrypt Ransomeware malware bug makes you PAY— actual dollars! “WHAT?!” you say. “Yep,” I say. Baddies get into your computer, lock everything up and demand actual CASH to let you get it back! Scuttlebutt is that most will unlock your content. The fee seems to be around $500. But I sure don’t want to test … Continue reading “Ransomeware TeslaCrypt Virus: Don’t get it in the first place”
Buying insurance is like betting on failure. But sometimes that’s what you gotta do! I read an interesting article about Mobile Security Tips over at mobileoffice.about.com Melanie Pinola says: Backups are like insurance—while you don’t want to ever have to need it, you’d be glad to have it in an emergency. So, especially before taking … Continue reading “Back up, back up, back up all your devices!”
The busier I get the more I worry about forgetting details or things I said I’d do. Sometimes tasks get shoved down in the list for good reasons. But then they can be lost for ages. And I hate that! I’m thinking Bullet Journals, but I’ll get to that in a minute. Getting Things Done: … Continue reading “Keeping track of the details”