Websites are more than just buying a domain

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
hosting

Most people I come in contact with (still) don’t have a grasp of how much goes into having a website. This isn’t their fault, and I definitely don’t blame them for it. Hell there’s a lot of details about things that I don’t know nor do I plan to find […]

Going full circle on Allman Style Indenting

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
programming style

I’ve been programming for quite a while now, and I’m very much the type of person that will change coding styles if another style or technique will benefit me more than my current way of doing things. That being said, I’ve web full circle on using Allman style indenting. The […]

RMS makes me want to be a better person

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
free software
linux
ubuntu
inspiration

So I’ve been following the saga of Tomboy Notes (and subsequently Mono) being added to the Debian install. On the surface, it seems fairly harmless, and part of that is because I not only use Tomboy, but I enjoy it. As part of the ongoing saga, Richard M. Stallman (RMS) […]

Oops I tried KDE again… and back to GNOME

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
linux
gnome
kde

It had been a good 6+ months or so since my last attempt at using KDE and I had that bug up my ass yet again. I had originally installed KDE on my wife’s laptop on whim and was very impressed at first. So much so that I decided to […]

/home is where the heart is… on the NAS

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
linux
ubuntu

In an attempt to unify my desktop data on my newly acquired laptop I decided to try out sharing my /home directory from my desktop as a NFS and then mounting it as /home on my laptop. Originally this idea was flawed because the laptop was not connecting to the […]