The Coffeeshopped Blog
I'd like to share how I go about hosting development versions of websites on my Apple laptop (it's a 12" Powerbook G4). These instructions should work for anyone running OS X 10.3 and up (probably even earlier versions, as well). I'm talking about the regular OS X, not OS X Server.
The goal for these instructions is to be able to run a local version of a website, under a domain name of your choosing. Incredibly useful for development.
Collective Playlist is an ongoing web-based art project that I got involved with a couple of months ago. From the website:
What is the Collective Playlist?
A series of playlists organized by artists, curators and other cultural producers.
A collection of user-contributed Mp3s linked from across the internet and made available as one streaming m3u file.
Last Friday marked the launch of a website redesign for Workpod 9, an architecture and design firm based in Austin, Texas. I worked on the project as web developer, as well as design helper to Ryan Coover, principal of Workpod 9, who designed most of the site.
As of February 1st, I am a full-time contractor, meaning I am no longer the Web Developer at California College of the Arts. Now is an exciting and scary time. It was my choice to leave and start fresh on my own (Exciting), but I chose to leave a comfortable, secure position in order to pursue an unknown, financially-risky path that doesn't come with health insurance (Scary).
Tonight marks the launch of my latest project, a website redesign for the National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (NLGSF). Please give it a look.
NLGSF is a chapter of the larger National Lawyers Guild, an organization whose aims are:
If you use Google Analytics to track traffic on your websites, then you've probably run across the annoyance of seeing mysterious hits to pages that don't exist on your website. Common examples I've seen are like: