When I was looking into nifty Raspberry Pi projects, I stumbled across the PirateBox project. The website describes it well: PirateBox is a DIY anonymous offline file-sharing and communications system built with free software and inexpensive off-the-shelf hardware. In other words, it's a bit of preconfigured software you can run on a Raspberry Pi that lets folks chat, … Continue reading PirateBox

Improving the WordPress experience

This is a copy of a post I initially wrote for a8c design. The experience of creating a WordPress site can vary wildly. Occasionally, I hear how someone set it up without any major roadblocks. I more often witness nightmare-level setup experiences. Together, with help from the community and hosts, we're working to improve the … Continue reading Improving the WordPress experience

Organize your CSS properties however you dang like

Over the last several years, I have read several lengthy articles on how everyone should organize your CSS and why one method is better than another. In fact, I have even bought into several of these ideas in the past, but let's take a look at what these systems are trying to solve and why they are largely unnecessary … Continue reading Organize your CSS properties however you dang like