Moving from Tumblr to Jekyll (and GitHub!)

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
tumblr
jekyll
github
github pages

As you may remember, I moved my blog (and my wife’s blog and every other site blog I have) to Tumblr. At the time, it made perfect sense. Tumblr’s platform is quite robust and they have a dedicated staff that is enhancing the system (something my own blogging platform did […]

Review: Anatomy Framework

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
reviews
css
open-source software

From the developer, Nick Justice: Anatomy is a light-weight and responsive front end framework that invokes rapid development. I don’t usually review anything on here, let alone a framework, but it’s also not often that I get to use something new that’s built in my backyard of Tampa, FL. As […]

DKIM with multiple domains with Exim4

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
development
email

Maybe my Google-fu was off when I was originally trying to figure this one out, but when searching for setting up DKIM for multiple domains on the same server all I came up with were complex ways to serve up domain-specific DKIM signatures. This seemed like overkill, especially going as […]

Everything I learned from my first cruise that my wife didn’t tell me even after reading Birnbaum’s Guide and talking about the cruise for 6 months beforehand

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
reviews
vacation
retrospection

The Disney Dream’s staterooms come equipped with 220v European standard outlets and not the 115v outlets that I know and love (and can actually utilize). Nassau, Bahamas felt like another world. And by another world, I mean a dirty flea market where I felt like I was going to have […]