Today, I ran into an issue that was not easy to remotely debug. Due to the long start up time of the application, I was wasting a lot of time putting in logging statements and then restarting the app server. Continue reading
You’ll need a USB drive with at least 1.5GB of free space and an internet connection. Boot your Mac into recovery mode (hold down Command-R while it boots up). In recovery mode, select the option to open Safari. Go to Continue reading
Testing to see if facebook publishing and commenting work on this.
Revisiting the blog. Stay tuned for adventures of homeownership, projects, and suburbia.
If your employer, like mine, sets payday on the 15th and the end of the month (or the nearest business day), download this iCal file and add it to your calendar to remind you when it’s time to cash in.
I’ve recently moved to Westlake, OH to be closer to work. I took some pictures of the new place, before and after clean-up. The den/office looks small in the photo but is actually big enough to be another bedroom. I Continue reading
Thanks to Dave Matthews Band’s liberal taping policy, there are hundreds of DMB concerts available for free on the internet (see bt.etree.org for DMB and others). Most of these concerts are encoded in the lossless audio format FLAC. Unfortunately, iTunes Continue reading
Don’t get me wrong – I like to cook – but a lot times I just want a quick meal that is filling and delicious. Usually hot sandwiches meet that requirement. And, I have a Foreman grill that I also Continue reading
Simple recipe that I just tried, takes just about 10 minutes or so to make… Ingredients: Two thawed Tilapia fillets Panko Crumbs Soy Sauce Canola Oil 1 egg Instructions: Start heating the skillet to medium heat. Use enough oil to Continue reading
I’m working on a project right now where I want to collect a Network ID (for prize-drawing purposes) from a survey participant but I don’t want it to be able to be tied to their response. Even if there’s no Continue reading