The culmination of several months of tinkering and not being completely satisfied with my work area has come to a head. Here’s a bit of back story on how this came to be, why I did it, some of the stuff I tried (and failed), and all the relevant links to what you see here are included at the end.
Let’s get this train moving.
Continue reading “New Workspace: a story”
I hadn’t realized until today that this setting was hidden in macOS Sierra. After a colleague pointed it out, I decided this needed fixing. Here’s how to bring back the third “Anywhere” option in macOS Sierra.
Continue reading “Restore the Anywhere Option to Run Apps from Unidentified Developers in macOS Sierra”
That’s a fun question, right? You’re upset so while you’re upset, think about why. That’s usually not high on the list of Things to Do.
It probably should be.
Continue reading “Do You Know Why You’re Suffering?”
I don’t usually talk about my razor. I’m thinking today’s a good day to change that.
Continue reading “Two Years With Harry’s”
This is a statistic I never though I’d reach.
Continue reading “100,000 Words”
This is a topic I never thought I’d actually touch. We hear about how people think they’re so special, typically using the words special snowflake and typically from the older generations (read: 50+). Typically these low slung insults have the right idea, though the angle at which these statements are being lobbed is all wrong.
Continue reading “Special Snowflakes”
The most astute in the crowd will have noticed Weekly Wine hasn’t been updated since issue five. I have a semi-decent reason for that and a peak at what I’m working on in its place.
Continue reading “Where’d the Wine Go?”
It’s out, and I’m just as happy about this one now as I was last night when I wrote it. If you can’t tell, already, I’m a huge wine fan.
Give it a read here.
Picking up where I left off a few days ago, I wanted to continue my stream on consciousness on emotions.
On the scale of what I find important in life, understanding emotions and how they play a part in what path your life takes is high up there. Don’t get me wrong, I act on emotion as much as the next person. I’d like to think I at least know what I’m getting myself into.
Continue reading “Emotional Decisions”