A Spider Web of Security for Spring Break

A Spider Web of Security for Spring Break

So in case you thought I went on vacation… Well, my site sure did. 18+ years of not being hacked and finally it was my turn to get hit. Even though I supposedly was on a secure server and had lots of protection going on, I got hit with a hack attack. Wasn’t even...

Web made easy?

Ever since the start of the current NFL Football season, your TV has probably been inundated with ads for a web hosting company that many people have never heard of or used. If you’re in the web game, you know them all too well. Even if you’ve never once...

Adobe’s Worms

I know. I haven’t blogged in awhile. It’s been a crazy period for me, both in my business and personal life, and in the web business in general. It would take a major event for me to seize the chance to type up a diatribe on something these days. And just...

Google gets Swiffy

When I learned about Google’s new Swiffy last Tuesday (June 28), the first thing that came to my warped mind was some kind of marriage between two brands. A Swiffer mop that squirted out Skippy Peanut Butter? SWIFFY! Well, no. That’s not at all what Swiffy...

Flash -> HTML5

  As a Adobe Flash designer and developer for the past 14 years (yes, dating back to the Macromedia Flash 2 days), I feel lately like we’ve come full circle since Flash, née FutureSplash, was originally designed to produce web animations and motion graphics...

Mic’d Up?

While I’m back to ranting on a regular basis-just don’t expect all of my rants to pertain to my current career of web design and development. A lot of bloggers stick with one topic but I don’t want to do that. Case in point, long before I got into...