A Blip on My Posts

Hello everyone! You may have seen a blip swing by in posting on the site with the default WordPress posting “Hello World” displaying as a new post.  This was due to my recent migration from Site5 shared hosting to a … Continue Reading →


Host Your Own Domain, Website and Webserver

This post was originally published on 13 July, 2006.  This version has been updated. I have a problem with facebook, myspace, and other social networking websites out there.  The problem is when I upload my data to their webservers….I don’t … Continue Reading →


Host Your Own Domain and Webserver

This article is from 2006!  The information here may not be the most current.  You can visit an updated version here! Doesn’t sound like anything new right?  Well, some people may not know of this method. Normally, to host your … Continue Reading →


Find Files & Directories Not Visible to Others for Webserver

I wanted a quick way to be able to find out what files weren’t visible to others (and therefore, not visible to website visitors).  Messing with arguments and the file command, you can do the following: find -type f ! … Continue Reading →


Brining Linux to Work – Portal Part 1

Beginning this month, I’ll be attempting to infuse my place of work with Linux. I am an new Applications Analyst and resident AIX/Linux expert for a government agency that lives and breaths Microsoft. I feel that Open Source software, mainly, … Continue Reading →