Category: General

  • Enhancing Your macOS Terminal Workflow: Creating an Alias for ‘ll’ to ‘ls -als’

    Enhancing Your macOS Terminal Workflow: Creating an Alias for ‘ll’ to ‘ls -als’

    Possible Issue: If the source has to be updated after each new terminal window. Run echo $SHELL to check if bash or zsh. Title and body written by ChatGPT.

  • Simplifying My Life

    Simplifying My Life

    I have uninstalled‘s WordPress instance and have 301 redirected to‘s domain. At first, the purpose of the two sites was to separate concerns, web design business and personal use. However, that’s no longer necessary since I’ve been employed full-time.

  • MacOS XAMPP, setup website

    MacOS XAMPP, setup website

    To set up a website with XAMPP on macOS and create a virtual host for it, you can follow these steps:

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  • Build Your Own Website

    No matter what social media platform dominates the market, or who owns your favorite platform, the best method for anyone to get their message out is via their own website or blog. It’s never been easier to purchase a domain name, setup a web hosting service, and install a CMS like WordPress. After some configuration,…

  • Current Status

    Since October of 2021, I’ve been working with a great start up web team. With that said, I’ve scaled back taking in new clients. If you’re interested in working with me, please contact the person that referred you to make an introduction. Thanks and God bless!

  • The Stanley Draper Rig

    The Stanley Draper Rig

    While fishing in Oklahoma, I’ve run into some interesting people whom I’ve had the pleasure of befriending. One group of guys who became friends with me, however, had a peculiar method pier fishing for catfish. They’d use a Carolina rig with a slip bobber made of a 2-3 liter bottle. This technique uses the wind…


    I usually don’t post “Throwback Thursday” images, but when I do, it goes on my blog. Anyway, the following image is of me and my beautiful wife (fiancé at the time) in 2003. Thanks, Kim, for the photo!