Tangible Knowledge

Here is my latest editorial for the October 2013 issue of php[architect] magazine:

php[architect] - October 2013

Tangible Knowledge

I don’t know what it is, but there is something about a solid, printed page that makes it so much easier for me to read and study. I really like the feeling of browsing through, turning each page. There is something wonderful about consuming knowledge from a tangible resource that you don’t need a screen and electricity for. If you are nodding your head while reading this, then I have some amazing news. Continue reading “Tangible Knowledge”

Gmail “All Mail” Folders in Thunderbird

I discovered that my backup was full, so I began investigating what was taking up so much space. Of course, pictures were a huge one, but surprisingly, my mail was also a huge one. Now, I get a lot of e-mail, but I also try to clean things out and I keep my attachments pretty well cleaned out as well. So, I was very surprised to see how big my Thunderbird folder was. Continue reading “Gmail “All Mail” Folders in Thunderbird”