Ctrl + Shift + T – probably my personal favorite. Have you ever accidentally closed a tab, or closed it and thought “crap I still need it” – well this shortcut is for you. It will immediately restore the last tab you closed allowing you to continue right where you left off!
Have you ever felt like you are in a rut lately? Increasingly irritable and impatient? Triggered by the slightest of annoyances during the day? A loss of ability to focus?
You can use JSON to represent just about any object. This is a form of abstraction. Of modeling the real world, which is a core concept in computing, which is really in large part about modeling the physical world into digital form. Think about anything you might use daily and they can be modeled (and probably have already been) in the digital world.
I am still relatively new to this whole WordPress thing. Like any new budding WordPress “webmaster” I naturally go and scour the Web for tips on how to enhance and optimize my WordPress site’s speed. There are tons of tips out there but I found a really low-hanging piece of fruit – WordPress Caching. This […]
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Preparing for a big occasion? I’ve come to realize that one of the most important things you need to learn to do is to control your fear, worry and nerves. This is probably equally important to all your preparation. Worrying and overthinking is really a form of shooting yourself […]
This post is directly related to another post I wrote one month ago, Putting Things into Perspective – A Billion Versus a Million. It is estimated there are some 7.7 billion people in the world today. The following fact makes that number even more staggering. It took over 200,000 years of human history for the […]
What I thought of the book? I’ve often felt swamped by the sheer amount of things that life throws at me. With so many things coming at you and all screaming that they are urgent and important it is easy to be overwhelmed. This book has helped me understand the difference between being effective (doing the right things) versus being efficient (doing things right). I still regularly come back to it as reference.