I started listening to the a podcast called “Startup” which got me thinking about a lot of things, but one of the issues that came up was the need for a co-founder. It seems like there are so many miss conceptions about this that I thought I’d put together some of that I think is the better thinking on this topic. Continue reading
Today I saw that MAMP.info has released a version of their product for Windows and what did they call it?
MAMP for Windows
If you don’t know why this does not compute then, you probably don’t care about any of this anyway.
Rumor has it that app will be releasing the Peter Pan app along with the iPhone 7. With the Peter Pan app, you type in your destination and simply hold your iPhone in the air then you are lifted directly to your destination. However, the app is severely taxing on the battery, so the current limit is just two and a half minutes on a fully charged battery. There have been so many crashes reported that the internal nickname for the phone is now the “windows phone 7”. Continue reading
Over the past week, I have checked out several of our local open mics and letting people get to know a little about horse whispering music in the process. So I’m dubbing this the “Ventura County Horse Whispering Music Tour”. Even here in Ventura County I was able to do eight open mic nights in eight days.
I’ve been using the term “Self Incubation” a lot lately, and I thought I’d jot down my thinking on the phrase so folks can get an idea of that I mean. Here is how I define the existing terms used by startups. I know most of these words are so buzzy that they don’t really have a definition, but I have to start somewhere so I can explain “Self Incubation”. Continue reading
I bought a small site in 1998 for $100.00 just to keep it alive and worked on it for about a year off and on and the traffic just kept building. No social media campaigns no marketing of any kind. At some point I added adsense to the site and started making pretty good side money from the site. Here’s the stats from 2004. Continue reading
As some of you may remember several years back I was working on the new feed format for podcasting call the ‘CastFeed’, but I’ve since given up on that idea (actually I have a better idea now – no feed). Continue reading
I’ve developed a tool to validate podcast feeds and I’m looking for a podcast feed that actually validates to use as an example on the site. I’m having some difficulty finding one. Also I’d like to find a feed that really takes advantage of all the data fields as well. If you know of a podcast feed that does validate please let me know. You can test feeds out with my tool at CastFeedValidator.com.
I had the opportunity to help out with WordCamp LAX 2013 this year. I helped out by organizing the Happiness Bar (which is like the Genius Bar at an Apple Store) where we answer questions about WordPress. Continue reading
By now there must be thousands of bootstrap themes available, however you might not always know if that cool looking new responsive is based on bootstrap. From my observation lately about half the one I run across are based on bootstrap.
Here are some that are available just to get you started.
|metro-bootstrap from talkslab based on twitter bootstrap. Simple bootstrap from Twitter with Metro style.|
|Bootswatch A great collection of free bootstrap themes.|
Metro style web framework