Force HTTPS Redirect from HTTP for SSL

By |2017-08-03T23:25:49+00:00July 15th, 2017|Random|

With the web transforming nearly every day, and the need for privacy and security growing higher and higher, there is a huge demand on web developers now a days, to provide even if the site is purely informational; A SSL certificate for some level of encryption on the input/output of the data from their sites, [...]

Windows 3.x Nostalgia through a browser

By |2017-08-03T23:28:14+00:00June 8th, 2017|Random|

I don't know many that remember the days of Windows 95 and the glory that was. But if you are one of the few and you're feeling a bit nostalgic then I have a little bit of a treat for you that I myself recently stumbled upon. Containing all the great titles you know and [...]

Google Chrome clear/reset DNS Cache

By |2014-08-03T19:44:12+00:00August 3rd, 2014|Random|

It didn't occur to me until recently, and its less likely anyone will really ever have a need for clearing the DNS Cache in Google Chrome. But if your like me and you just recently updated nameservers for your domain (maybe even more then once in a 24 hour period). Then you might notice despite [...]

Mac / OS X Keyboard Symbols

By |2014-04-28T20:55:32+00:00April 28th, 2014|Random|

I’ve been using Mac / Apple products for going on 4 years. And to this day.. I still never remember the random symbols they use to define shortcuts, and which is which physical key on the keyboard. So I am making myself a cheat sheet, and a cheat sheet for all of you to use. [...]

Starship Size comparison

By |2014-01-05T10:14:11+00:00September 27th, 2013|Random|

This is a mind blowing artist rendition of many different starships from various movies, tv series, etc. In a side by side comparison of one another. Of which from what I gather the artist updates from time to time. I’d love to have this in the form of a poster on my wall somewhere. This [...]

Apple iOS 7 battery indicator

By |2013-09-25T18:42:04+00:00September 19th, 2013|Random|

iOS 7.... apple made the battery indicator ever so slightly bigger. Compensating much? we all know the battery is still gonna die prematurely leaving us all unsatisfied with its performance...

Oh, look a $400 Apple Store gift card from Apple!

By |2014-01-05T10:15:36+00:00August 9th, 2013|Random|

Yea, no not really.. Today I think is what I am going to call the likely first wave of spam and likely other things to come from Apples recent Dev Center Hacking. Even though they claim no user data was accessed. Or maybe that was the original claim, I haven’t been following all to well [...]