Teaching an Old Dog Old Tricks

My early web experiences were all UNIX-based. Back in the 1980’s, I started using the text-based Internet using UNIX boxes. When I got to college, I used it even more extensively. After I graduated, the World Wide Web came on the scene and I surfed the web from Windows computers, but I created web sites on UNIX machines. But for most of the past decade, I’ve been Windows-centric with my web servers. Until now.


How Habits Change and What it Means to Entrepreneurs

Harry Balzer in today’s New York Times said: “A hundred years ago, chicken for dinner meant going out and catching, killing, plucking and gutting a chicken. Do you know anybody who still does that? It would be considered crazy! Well, that’s exactly how cooking will seem to your grandchildren: something people used to do when they had no other choice. Get over it.”