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Officially Retiring as an Apple Developer

September 26, 2016 5:15 pm
One thing with IT that I’ve never been good at is sticking with a single technology or concept. I love IT; that is for sure, but any one topic can be boring at times. Typically when you think of a “Jack of all Trades”, you immediately assume “master of none”, but I’d argue that is
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Painlessly Updating to iOS 9

September 16, 2015 12:59 pm
If you’ve glanced at your news feed today, you would have no doubt seen that Apple’s iOS 9 was released to the public today. The general recommendation is to update, unless you have an old iPhone 4S. Developers have been working for months behind the scenes updating our apps to support the new features, and
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New WordPress Plugin: Favicon-Header

September 2, 2015 3:46 pm
Being a self-proclaimed geek with more devices than I’d care to enumerate, I recently set up a lightweight virtual machine to run the classic network monitoring tool MRTG. For those unfamiliar with this tool, it merely polls your network devices for SNMP counters to create pretty graphs showing network traffic. I wanted to take this
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Computer Causing Lights to Flicker

September 1, 2015 12:26 pm
Yesterday, I noticed that my lights were flickering in the bathroom upstairs. It was very odd. I tried new light bulbs to no avail, and started to notice that more than one light was flickering upstairs, which suggested my problem was bigger than a single light fixture. I recently moved my development and gaming PC
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Take Control of Windows 10 Updates

August 19, 2015 1:40 pm
If you’ve been keeping up with the recent news, there are a number of articles pointing to Windows 10 privacy concerns. Last week, new articles have been circulating discussing the updated End-User License Agreement, and what that means for those that might pirate games and software. While many of these settings can be tweaked to
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