Tagged: Linux

Geeking Out: I Love Cloud9!

Geeking Out: I Love Cloud9!

Introduction I LOVE Cloud9. For the unGeeky Me: Cloud9 is a development environment. You: Great, that was singularly unhelpful. Me: A development environment is the way one configures one’s computer to run the various applications used...

Looking for an Alternative?

Looking for an Alternative?

On a semi-frequent basis I am asked by individuals for recommendations on software programs that they can use for some purpose. I have a fairly large knowledge of software applications – but as the...

Tech News Summary for April 25, 2013.

Tech News Summary for April 25, 2013.

Steven J. Vaughan Nichols. “Ubuntu 13.04 Review: Linux for the Average Joe or Jane.” ZDNet. Whitson Gordon. “What’s New in Ubuntu Linux 13.04 ‘Raring Ringtail.” Lifehacker. Adam Dachis. “REC10 Wireless Range Extender Fixes Your...

Church Management Systems.

Church Management Systems.

I’m a huge fan of using technology to augment and expedite whatever we are doing – within and outside of ministry. Obviously, technology is not the answer, but in seeking to be “wise as...

SugarSync – For Backups, Archiving and Sharing.

SugarSync – For Backups, Archiving and Sharing.

I am continuously encouraging individuals and businesses to make backups of their systems. I am continually shocked by the number of individuals who take no steps to protect their data against a catastrophic failure...

ScrewTurn Wiki (ASP.NET Software).

ScrewTurn Wiki (ASP.NET Software).

For those who are interested in website design / management ScrewTurn Wiki will probably be of interest. Free, open source (GPLv2), and under constant development ScrewTurn Wiki is a ASP.NET wiki application. I use...

BlueHost – Simple, Effective Web Hosting.

BlueHost – Simple, Effective Web Hosting.

Its not uncommon for me to get asked, “What web host would you recommend for me to use when building a new website?” I figured now would be as good a time as any...