I made the switch from AT&T to Google FI on February 16th, 2017. My AT&T bill was $90.00 a month. That included the payment I was making on my Google Nexus 6 phone. After I made my final phone payment, I was paying $55.00 a month for AT&T's service. I couldn't have been more excited. What I didn't know was I could have been paying much less for cell phone service. Meet Google Fi here.I'm always on WIFI. I work from home. I go to meetup groups here in Vegas. These meetups are at a location … [Read more...] about Switch to Google Fi and start saving money on your cell phone bill.
At WDS Camp 2016, Brad Williams brought his Raspberry Pi 3. Installed on it was a copy of RetroPie. I had heard about Raspberry Pi before. I wasn't completely sold on the idea. Once, I almost won a Pi during a WordCamp event. After playing the original Super Mario Bros for hours on end, I decided to order one of my own. It took me a few months to fully break down and order a Raspberry Pi 3 starter kit by Canakit, through Amazon. I did a lot of research. Countless numbers of Google Searches and … [Read more...] about How to install RetroPie on Raspberry Pi 3 in less than 20 minutes.
At WordCamp Orange County, I had a chance to talk with Bridget Willard. Bridget expressed her hatred towards me every time I give her an answer of "GOOGLE IT". Every day since that WordCamp, I've thought about why I tell people to "GOOGLE IT". I say this all the time at the Vegas WordPress Meetup group as well. After many months and thoughts, I've come to an answer. I say "GOOGLE IT". I realized Google Built My Website.What does that meanGoogle Built My Website means I've spent countless … [Read more...] about Google Built My Website
The best part of any WordCamp is seeing all of your friends. The worst part is leaving friends. This is the truth, any WordCamp attendee will agree. WordCamp San Diego 2016 was no different. Day one was a bit of a surprise. There was a room dedicated to plugins and a separate room for developers. Most WordCamp organizers will group these two together. The reasoning behind this is due to the second day of WordCamp being all about beginners and business. Again, most WordCamp events have these days … [Read more...] about WordCamp San Diego 2016 Recap Post
Disclaimer:The advice in this article can be useful for picking any brand of television. This is not a sales pitch, or any other salesmen type service, to try and sell you on a product. After weeks of research and driving from store to store, I decided that the 65 inch Vizio was the right choice for me.For Christmas 2015, the owner of the Mortgage Company in Las Vegas asked me what I wanted for Christmas. Last year I decided that I wanted the Nexus 9 Google Tablet. It would match the Nexus 6 … [Read more...] about The best way to pick a 65 inch Vizio flat screen tv
Some days I lock myself in front of my computer. Not because I have no life. Mostly because I'm writing code. I develop WordPress Plugins. Some days I'll forget to look out the window. So whenever I feel like updating my computer screen backgrounds, I always choose cities and bridges. There's more to it than that. You get the main idea though. It reminds me that there's a big world out there and that I should join in with the rest of the awesome people. Cities and Bridges would make a great name … [Read more...] about I need to remind myself that there’s a big world out there
.Vegas Vegas Top Level Domains are super awesome. Not because I'm trying to sell you anything. I'm trying to say that for the first time, in a very long time, we have a chance to buy top level domains that do not end in .com or .net. Vegas Top Level Domains were created because it was once rumored that .com's were running out of available names. I mean, I find it hard to believe. Then someone opened up a round of creating top level domains and the vegas top level domains made the cut. So now we … [Read more...] about Vegas Top Level Domains and why you need to get one today.