Monthly Archives: January 2014

My Windows Tools

I know that I just got a Macbook, but I still have a lot of use for most of these Windows Tools. (I also started working on this before I bought the Macbook and wasn’t going to let it go

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Setting up Node on Amazon EC2

There’s a lot of articles out there about setting up Node on Amazon EC2 – the one I found most useful was probably this one:¬†http://iconof.com/blog/how-to-install-setup-node-js-on-amazon-aws-ec2-complete-guide/ Having gone through this process twice, here’s my quick steps on how to setup the

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When Technology Fails: Lost Baggage

This past weekend I flew on a 6pm flight from Atlanta (ATL) to Orlando (MCO) and checked one bag. We arrived around 7:30pm, but the checked bag did not. Over the course of the next 18 hours, I realized that

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My First Mac: One Week In

For those of you that know me, you know that in the past I’ve avoided Apple products like the plague. Well last weekend I took the plunge and got a Macbook Pro. For years I argued that: I didn’t want

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My First Published Android App and Lessons Learned

After I attended AnDevCon earlier this year I started working on a native Android app that solved one of my biggest needs: easily saving an article, video, or tweet to come back and read later. Most of the time this

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