At the beginning of this year, I renewed my webhosting arrangement with WestHost and immediately regretted it when my server suffered hours of downtime in February. Since then, I’ve “caught” my server down several times. This is particularly distressing because I don’t monitor it constantly,
I like to order pizza online from Pizza Hut. There are two primary reasons for this. First, I don’t have to go hunting for coupons because Pizza Hut shows both its current coupons and its advertised specials under “Deals” on the website. Second, I can
I’ve been micro-managing which Google certified ad networks have been allowed on my websites. However, lately, I remembered that there was a time when I allowed them all and saw my earnings go up. I did not click the AdSense publisher option to automatically allow
Update: Since the beginning of 2013, WestHost has proven less reliable than necessary. I can no longer recommend them. Check here for the latest on WestHost reliability or lack thereof. Shared Web Host Companies and Fantasy Limitations Or No Limit Fantasies Once upon a time,
Readers of my professional freelance writing blog know that I have had some trouble with Dreamhost in the past few months. No, this isn’t one of those Dreamhost sucks rants, but rather a comprehensive, fact-based, review of the incidents and responses that occurred while I
What software should a web developer use when Dreamweaver is too much, and Notepad++ is not enough?