It was the fall of 2002, I was in 6th grade, briskly walking to the library to inquire about a trifold presentation I had turned in a few days earlier. I was sure I would win 1st place. When I asked the librarian about my project, she summoned the dean.
On the morning of March 29, 2008, I purchased paleolithicfilms.com and launched my first website with Apple’s iWeb. I followed the instructions to connect my MobileMe hosted website, with Yahoo, my registrar; entering the appropriate information into the A Record field.
The new MacBook Pro has garnered a lot of criticism by the creative community. I've seen an influx of posts bashing it for a number of reasons. The incredible volume of negative posts may be due to an unprecedented number of creatives venting their frustration.
Welcome to the Post-Snowden era. A time when it is common knowledge that a revolving door of strangers are peering into every aspect of our private lives—and it is becoming virtually impossible to stop them. No thought is safe, every conversation has a third ear. The very secrets kept from mom and dad—are unwittingly shared with those one would hope to never meet.
Today, I enabled Secure Socket Layer (SSL, also known as, HTTPS) and Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on this website; my first time working with these technologies. This is a major milestone for me. Self-taught since 2008, my journey has led me to this day.
For those who know what these technologies are and use them already, try not to laugh. This was a real journey for me. For everyone else, I'll do my best to explain.
I enjoy many academic, technical and creative pursuits. I'm not just a photographer. I'm also a writer, video editor, cameraman, producer, web administrator, graphic designer, online marketer, philosopher, historian, documentarian, business owner, freelancer, Apple guru, Linux enthusiast, golfer, gamer, political pundit, motivational speaker, theorist, inventor, app developer, product reviewer and all around artist. I don't believe in limits, I believe in raising the bar. I had a hard time figuring out which box I fit in – that's why I'm a polymath.