Back Online

Over the course of my writing, I have taken my sites offline from time to time for a reset, if you will.

Now, it’s time to come back online… so you may see some old posts appear, while others are rewritten.

Stay tuned. 😎


Zoom + Keybase

Zoom acquired Keybase and the internet went up in arms. The company was having major security issues when everyone transitioned during this Global Pandemic and I, for one, see this as a bold move to demonstrate that Zoom considers security important.

Initially, our single top priority is helping to make Zoom even more secure.

This is a bold statement that any Zoom subscriber should be happy about (read more on the Zoom Blog). In the end, Keybase could have sold to anyone. Let’s be happy it went to a company that helps each of us communicate with each other remotely.


WordCamp Tokyo 2018

This year I spoke at WordCamp Tokyo and the entire event was a blast. Checkout this amazing “Aftermovie” from the WordCamp Tokyo team.


Or, if you are so inclined, you can also watch my talk.


Keep Safari Pinned Tabs Open

One of the most annoying things I experience when closing a tab in Safari is when it is the last tab and closing closes the entire window (including pinned tabs).

Thankfully, there is a simple remedy to fix this. In System Preferences go to Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts and add a new shortcut for Safari, with the menu title of Close Tab and the command of ⌘W.

Done and done.