July 25, 2020
I have been a web developer for over 20 years. Some readers may remember when I launched this website in 1999. Others may be shocked to learn the Internet existed back then. Either way, it has been a long time.
Over the past two decades, I have seen web design trends come and go. I've watched the web evolve from an assortment of stale static websites to the interactive dynamic websites that are common today. During that time, I have also seen many web development programs come and go. But one that has remained through the years is Dreamweaver.
Adobe Dreamweaver, launched in 1997, has been around as long as I have been weaving dreams into websites. But I preferred Adobe GoLive. I reluctantly switched to Dreamweaver in 2007 when Adobe replaced GoLive with Dreamweaver after the Macromedia acquisition. As far as I know, Dreamweaver is the only application Adobe acquired from Macromedia that the company still develops today.
May 15, 2020
The Netgear RAX200 router is among the most elite routers available for home networks. It has the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology for wireless connections and five Ethernet ports for wired devices. It is configurable using a web interface and you can manage it with a mobile app. On top of all that, it looks cool.
But does it live up to the hype?
Looks aren't everything when it comes to computer equipment, but I would argue that solid design adds value to any device that sits in plain view all day. The RAX200's sleek aesthetic appears to receive inspiration from the recent Star Wars trilogy. It looks like it might just take off and fly away. Fortunately, in the 30 days I used the router, it remained firmly planted on my desk. The stark black design is not for everyone or every space, but I like it.
April 1, 2020
To curb the spread of COVID-19, people around the world have been forced to stay home for several weeks. While the lifestyle change is challenging for the average person, it is especially difficult for celebrities.
"Attention is like water for celebrities," according to entertainment correspondent, Don Tesh. "Without frequent attention, they shrivel up and die. They need the spotlight like a flower needs the sun."
Hundreds of stars have provided evidence for Tesch's claims. Several have posted blurry videos of themselves playing songs alone in their bedrooms. Others have shared clips of themselves cleaning their houses, making basic dinners, and performing other activities even normal people find boring.
March 18, 2020
And just like that, COVID-19 crippled the world. In less than a month, the coronavirus went from being a vague concern to affecting all of our lives. From school and event closures to mandatory quarantines, it seems every person on the planet has been affected in some way.
The economic impact may last for months, and possibly years. Around the world, people are filled with fear and anxiety. It may seem like a hopeless situation.
But within this crisis, yes – even this pandemic, there are things for which we can be thankful. Here is a list of ten things that come to mind:
February 29, 2020
They say you don't know what you got until it's gone. With technology, sometimes you don't know what you're missing until you upgrade.
I finally upgraded my old Apple Watch Series 2 to a new Series 5 "Nike" watch at the end of 2019. I should have upgraded a long time ago. Maybe I was nostalgic after wearing the same watch on my wrist for several years. Or maybe I was hesitant to trade in my old model because I was underwhelmed by the last two iPhones. Whatever the reason, I waited too long.
In some ways, the Series 5 is just another Apple Watch. In other ways, it is significantly better. Based on my experience over the past three months, here are my top reasons to upgrade:
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