WordPress, Blogging, Blog
As most of you know, I have been designing websites for clients using the Joomla platform for almost ten years. This platform continues to grow and drives a large number of active websites across the internet.
Social networking has bought about a fundamental change in the way we communicate. Increasingly, people are talking about their lives online. This trend obviously has its pitfalls, particularly around the issue of personal security, but this article is not focused on the pros and cons of talking about yourself online.
I am pleased to launch this new website. Still based on a foundation of the Joomla engine, it has been upgraded to the latest version and is also largely driven by the HTML5 codebase.
Using a new template and fabulous tools from Yootheme, the website is fully responsive, meaning it should be much easier to view on your mobile devices.
With a new NAS and hard drives sitting on the floor of my office, it was time to start implementing it. One of the key reasons for buying a NAS was to consolidate all my existing data from several machines and externals hard drives onto a single server, thereby increasing access speed and reducing duplication. A review of my current hardware revealed that I was going to have to do a lot of data transfers.
As any small business owner will testify, making large capital expenditure decisions is never easy. In my case, my existing IBM xSeries 206M server was reaching the end of its life after 5 years of dedicated service. Combined with the plethora of external hard disks that were attached to various machines through the office and home, I needed to purchase a new server and migrate the data from external devices to a single unified unit with appropriate backup controls.
If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port, and the bus is interrupted at a very last resort, and the access of the memory makes your floppy disk abort, then the socket packet pocket has an error to report.