DynDns and no-ip alternative

Ever wanted to access your computer from anywhere? Many years ago I discovered a service called dyndns.org. Later, a friend introduced me to no-ip.org. Eventually, dyndns closed up their free services and while no-ip.org is great, they require you to login and renew it every 30 days just to keep it active. So, I went Read More…

Toggling table rows with JQuery

Sometimes webpages and forms grow too large to be viewed comfortably. This can confuse the user. It is kind of like a kid dumping out his toy boxes on the floor all over the house. Now he can’t find anything and the landscape becomes daunting to navigate. A quick solution in the web world is Read More…

Dealing with config files in Git

So while developing for my job, I’ve come across an interesting challenge. How does one automatically change config file values based on the branch they are currently using in Git? Background So for one of my projects, we have a website that is used on several domains. Due to certain constraints and history of our Read More…

The ignored candidate

I never thought that the most biased news organization against true conservatives would be Fox News. But that day has arrived. Fox News, along with CNN, MSNBC, and even Rush Limbaugh have been in a dedicated effort to sabotage the Ron Paul candidacy. I would argue that each of these entities have a political slant Read More…