This post is a Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S, and Fiat 500e owner comparison. I’m a huge fan of electric-powered transportation. We have 3 cars (two in Atlanta, and one in San Francisco). All of them are electric. We purchased them in this order: a Nissan Leaf (2011), a Tesla Model S (2014), and the Fiat 500e (2017).
Since we… Continue reading
I mentioned last week that I’ve been busy cleaning up and remodeling the backend of timtyson.us. It’s messy work! And I’ve been making some significant headway.
Today I announce that the links in the photos/media section of my blog now once again function1. I still want to do tidy them up a bit more, but all in all the photos… Continue reading
If you’re like me, you feel a need to change your profile selfie from time to time. But then, I stumbled onto an iOS app I really like: Prisma. Using this app, you can turn any photo into … well, something else altogether. It’s rather fun to use. I’ve even blogged about it before and here, and here, and here.… Continue reading
Like any longterm relation, my blogging platform, WordPress, requires maintenance. In this post I’m going to cover my WordPress Maintenance experience and make some recommendations to others who use or are considering using a self-hosted WordPress installation.
I started my blog in March of 2004 using the Moveable Type self-hosted blogging platform. Six years later (2010) WordPress 3.0 (self-hosted) was… Continue reading
I worked closely for several years with a lady that I will always dearly admire. She is truly an amazing person with a huge heart filled with kindness and compassion. She is among the most positive people I’ve ever known. She always sees the good in a person, always. That’s just her heart’s default setting. I so admire her.
I… Continue reading
At the beginning of the week, Steve was looking for something on his iPhone that he thought would be under “Settings.” He stumbled onto the section called “Legal Notices.” We both got a good laugh out of it: a comparison between Apple’s Legal Notices, License information, and Warranty.
I’m assuming that everyone, like me and Steve, has carefully read this… Continue reading
All of a sudden I’ve been getting a huge increase in email spam. Oh, I hate it! I really, really hate. But then, don’t we all?!
I repeatedly notified my email vending service of each piece of spam. Hundreds of them. Futile.
So I decided to take matters into my own hands. If they weren’t going to do… Continue reading