Okay, okay. They didn’t try to hack me, but they sent an email to me in my wife’s name that contained a link to a Russian site. In this video, I explain what to look for if and when this happens to you. I am now forcing all the Russian diplomats out of my house….
Back in 2005, I started my web development adventure as “Cotton Web Design”. I flexed my creative muscles and delved into the realm of graphic design as well as doing the development/programming for websites.
I built websites from the ground up and it was a chore. Graphic design, to me, was tedious and not at all a strength of mine. What I loved to do was get my clients’ website to “do” something. That’s why my focus turned to web development only for the last 5 years. I hung up my proverbial “design” hat and worked on making websites and web apps do really cool stuff. […]
I’ve been seeing a lot of controversy over a picture of a tweet. No link to the tweet itself and no verification of whether or not the tweet is actually real. In this video, I wanted to show you how easy it is to manipulate a tweet (or any web content for that matter). Remember Read more about Don’t Trust Screen Shots of Tweets[…]