Tried everything to fix this beachball problem so much that I started to believe that there was a bug in Chrome for Mac and Firefox Quantum was looking like the alternative. Continue reading “Chrome on Mac and the spinning beachball”
For several years, I was a CrashPlan Home customer, on Linux and Mac, until they closed their Home plan this past year. I liked their plan because unlike Carbonite there was a setting to turn off online deletions. Carbonite will delete your online copy after 30 days if you delete it from your computer. I didn’t want my next online backup to have that con. Continue reading “CrashPlan Home to Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage”
Yesterday, I stumbled on a video series about using React Native Continue reading “Exploring React Native”
Most recently, the need to have multiple venues or platforms to post on has felt exhausting. I recently closed my Twitter account of 4000+ tweets and it seemed at the time that I wanted to focus my efforts on Instagram and Facebook, especially the photography page. Continue reading “Social Media Fast”
Standing in the dark, a heavy weight on my back, a light pushes past me, a hum of the heater all around me, a sad and lonely hearts hangs within, a smile irks out, slowly spreading out of my thoughts, it’s just me, no one to hold, no one hug, no one to love, the sound of rain pitter patters outside on the cold concrete slab, slapping dead fallen leaves, a bright light blinds my being, my view, a clock ticks, when will we see you again, there’s red soon to cover me, every thread unraveled, the bustle of people, loudly talking, the fakes, the reals, the shot, the life taken, the soul captured, into the cold night he steps, slipping down the sleek steep bank, into the ice cold creek, the wind howls, the crow caws, the wooden door creaks and swings shut on its hinges, legs dangling, back and forth, it’s cold, hands clasped firm, looking down, a human reflection cast on the waters, a chalky moon set above.
We were friends since the day you were born and I had 4000 tweets. It’s time to move on.
On blog post single.php in WordPress TwentySeventeen, echo the Featured Image Description with photo credit just before the comments’ If statement.
Remove “photo credit” from the text (not case sensitive), then add Continue reading “Echo WordPress Featured Image Description”
This past week, I was riding and the driver tried to pull up his driving instructions with Apple Maps with Siri and it failed. He opened Google Maps and then used the microphone to tell it to find his address. Then Google Maps worked and it got us around the road blockades. I asked him if he could open Google Maps with Siri and he said he didn’t know how. Continue reading “Hey Siri, navigate to…with Google Maps”