I have completely moved ChrisGonyea.com to the new server and gotten the e-mail system working. Now I will receive notifications of comments posted on here and anyone can subscribe to posts again.
I am still trying to figure out why my e-mail server software is not working on this server. Once I figure that out, comment e-mails should start working again. All WordPress plugins are installed and I have done some tweaks to make everything more secure. We are getting close to a successful move to a […]
Took a couple of tries, but it looks like the import from my WordPress backup is finished on the new server. All previous posts and comments should be in here now.
You are now seeing my web site on a new web server hosted by the company I work for, DynDNS. I am slowly moving the web sites I host from DreamHost to a DynDNS Spring Server VPS. As part of my new job, I have to learn how to configure all of our services that […]
Over the past few months, I have greatly neglected this blog. I know and I admit it, I have failed miserably at this. However there are some good excuses for this. One of them is a fairly major career change on my part. In just under 2 weeks, I will begin working at Dynamic Network […]
It has been quite awhile since I have written. Yesterday was my yearly fantasy baseball draft and I think I put together a nice club that has potential to be very good. My draft position was 13th due to winning my division last year and going deep into the playoffs. This meant I was going […]
I have a few goals this week that I hope to accomplish: Get new shocks installed into Saab and the Saab registered with the city/state. Do lots of overtime for a project at work. Get a payment plan together to pay off my Subaru this year (~$5600 left on that loan). If final tax documents […]
If there is one constant in the universe about cars, it is that they break. Sooner or later, it happens. In my experience, it always seems to be when I just received something like an overtime check or a bonus. Never fails! This golden rule regarding cars can also occur when the last thing you […]
Wow, my inbox is empty.
With the announcement yesterday that all music on the iTunes Store will become DRM-free, I decided I wanted to track the progress to see which music files in my library haven’t been updated to 256kbps DRM-free AAC files yet (compared to the old 128kbps DRM’d AAC files). So I created a Smart Playlist to accomplish […]