Cutting the cord on cable

By Josh Sherman
6 min read
personal finance
productivity

IT HAPPENED, IT FINALLY HAPPENED! I have been fighting the good fight against my wife for a while now. Why are we paying for Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and the occasional Redbox movie on top of paying for cable? NO MORE! We are now cable free and I couldn’t be […]

Set array pointer to a specific key or value in PHP

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
php

PHP arrays are absolutely fantastic. They hold stuff, doesn’t really matter what. The interfacing is pretty consistent and there’s a boat load of built-in array functions. What PHP lacks is the ability to set the array pointer to an arbitrary key or value. There are ways to move forward and […]

Safari bug when signing up for Twitter

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
apple
safari

Wasn’t entirely sure what I was going to blog about today when a stroke of inspiration occurred after the wife was strugglging to create a new Twitter account for an upcoming adventure. I tried it from her computer and everything seemed fine. She said it was because I type faster […]

The power of a morning routine

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
productivity
reading
writing
fitness

After some recent research I realized that people I consider successful are generally quite scheduled. Not necessarily through their entire day, but at the very least they have a morning routine that occupies the first 90 minutes of their day. I’m going through a bit of a personal growth spurt […]

Basic page routing in PHP

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
development
php

Last week we talked about setting up a local development server with PHP’s built-in web server and I mentioned that we’d delve into page routing. Routing refers to taking the URI that a person was requested, let’s say /about and routing that to the appropriate code. Sure, you could just […]