Best Articles for Startup Founders
A list of my favorite articles for startup founders. 22 Mistakes I Made As A First Time Founder (Ben Erez)
Best Articles on Productivity
Below is a list of the best articles on productivity I’ve come across, with some commentary where relevant. How to get stuff done (from Founder’s Notebook, the blog of David Jaxon, CEO of Seeking Alpha)
How to start a New WordPress Project on WP Engine using Git
Here’s how to get started with a new WordPress project that’s hosted an WP Engine, an *excellent* hosting platform that was designed specifically to work with WordPress. Here’s what we’re going to cover in this post: Setting up a new WordPress installation on WP Engine that works with Git. Setting up your new installation to […]
How to use SSH & SSH public keys
Here’s a quick overview of SSH and SSH public keys and how to use them. SSH (Secure Shell) is a way to log into a remote computer or server and “control” that server (i.e. run commands on it). In order to “log in” to this remote server, you need an SSH public key – this […]
Every time it sucks and every time I do it
Alright, so I’m going to talk about running again. But it really applies to any kind of exercise or work.
What I love about running
It’s simple really. If you just keep running, you’ll get there eventually. And the faster you run, the sooner you’ll get there. I.e. the sooner you’ll accomplish your goal (and the pain will be over).
How to Fix the F2 & F4 Keys in Excel for Macs
So if you’re like me and grew up using PCs, then you probably learned how to use Excel on a PC (just about every industry everywhere uses Excel for something…). And if your’e a big dork, like me, then you know that one of the best things about Excel is the shortcuts, especially the F2 and F4 keys. But these shortcuts don’t work on Excel for Mac, at least not without the help of a helpful little program called Butler.
Everything in its right place…finally
Ahhh…that’s better. Finally…FINALLY…all of my stuff is one place and organized the way I want it to be. All the things I’m reading, listening to, taking pictures of, working on, and thinking about. I know this sounds majorly OCD, and it probably is, but I like to think I’m just well-organized. (I get this from my mom, btw – thanks, Mom!).