A Day in the Life of Windows 10
November 5, 2023 3 minute read

I recently started having issues with Microsoft Outlook on all of my computers. I joined a company that uses 365, but my machines were all running Office 2019. I didn't think that would be a big deal but lord was it. Just wouldn't open at all, and going through the Windows control panel was futile. Uninstalling and deleting the AppData and Microsoft folders didn't help either; there were some configs still hidden. So, I decided to kill it with fire and do a fresh install. Boy did I forget how much work it takes to get Windows up and running again.

October Updates
October 15, 2023 1 minute read

A few updates to the site this week. New version of Hugo, Font Awesome, Bootstrap, and probably a few more that I can't think of. The whole operation is getting remodeled in Gatsby so you can look forward to much more frequent updates.

Minor Updates
February 25, 2023 1 minute read

Hi folks. It just occurred to me that I hadn't posted my band's latest album on my website! It's not new anymore - we recorded it in 2019 - but it's one of the best things I've ever done.

In the Year 2022
July 22, 2022 2 minute read

It's been quite a while since I last wrote here, so I figured I would check in. Now that .com domains are an absolutely outrageous $14 I'll have to get my money's worth for this site and start using it as a bit more of a blog. Let's get to it.

Using Foundation for Emails in Windows (2019)
April 30, 2019 1 minute read

Last year, I wrote an article covering how I got Foundation for Emails to work in Windows. The project has been long abandoned by Zurb, but I haven't found anything that works quite so well. Fortunately, you don't need the convoluted WSL/NVM/pray-to-the-gods method that I wrote about last year. Now, you can just edit a single file, and be up and running on Windows immediately.