Closing out 2017 with my annual Year in Places. A list of locations where I spent at least one night away from home. Notably absent this year was a night in Kansas City as I didn’t make it down for a single Royals game this year. But I did manage to best my record low … Read more Year in Places – 2017 Edition
I recently wrote a post for the Corporate 3 Design blog about Rich Site Summary (aka Really Simple Syndication) or simply RSS or RSS Feeds. You’ve probably seen the icon and wondered what it was about. Or maybe you clicked an RSS Feed icon and were confused at the unstructured text display that popped up … Read more RSS Feeds, What Are They?
I just got back from my latest camping trip, a three day trip to Zion National Park (official site) in the southwestern corner of Utah. This trip marks the return to my camping days for the first time in about 18 years. And, the first time I’ve been camping with my wife. We took this trip … Read more Zion National Park – My Camping Trip Recap
As the year draws to a close, it is time to recap my travels. This is an annual tradition going back a few years and the rules are simple: Catalog every city in which I spent at least one night. 2016 saw a record low for me in the 16 years I’ve been keeping track. … Read more Year in Places – 2016 Edition
I was looking for an RSS feed for a YouTube Channel for the content automation purposes when I stumbled upon some instructions from Daniel Miessler’s blog. I’ve updated them a bit to reflect the changes to YouTube has made in simplifying channel URLs: Go to the YouTube channel you want to track Point your attention … Read more Turn any YouTube Channel in to an RSS feed