The Next Time I ...

07/05/2019 02:00 PM — I think the next time I rebuild this blog I'll do it using VueJS and Bulma.

Logging Podcast Player Usage With Google Analytics

10/12/2017 11:00 AM — I learned a new Google Analytics trick this week to see how many people are using the Blog Oklahoma Podcast's audio player. I'm typing this post up quickly to save my notes, but I thought it might be useful to share with you too. My code will likely change over time as I improve things, but this should be a good starting point.

Blog Oklahoma Podcast On Roku?

06/16/2017 03:44 PM — I'm thinking about just giving up on rebuilding the Blog Oklahoma Podcast Roku channel.

Using JustGage

03/23/2017 02:35 PM — JustGage is a handy JavaScript plugin for generating and animating nice & clean gauges.

Exploring Oklahoma History

06/06/2016 02:53 PM — Just launched the new design for site for Exploring Oklahoma History. I still need to work on the backend (editors), but I went ahead and made the new site public.

#Spellbook Update

06/06/2016 11:36 AM — I wish I had more time to play around with Node.js and MongoDB some more. It's challenging and kind of fun to learn and code. ...

Weaver of Code: Spellbook Update

05/19/2016 10:26 AM — It's been awhile since I've made a spellbook entry. This week I've set out to learn Swift on top of all the ESP8266 and IoT programming I've been doing this month. I’m trying to get in at least an hour of reading in every day at the office. ...

Tuesday. Tuesday morning …

05/03/2016 08:56 AM — Staying focused on the task at hand. I’m working to finish up an in-house project this week. I should get it launched by Friday, barring any more delays. ...

You found a box full of treasure!

04/28/2016 02:37 PM — This box is full of my old copies of Advisor magazine. Clipper Advisor, Database Advisor, Access/Office Advisor, and more. All of these date before 2000. Couldn't have gotten through the job without them. A real treasure and keepsake.

Exploring Oklahoma History Update

05/20/2013 01:05 PM — I've started work on a new design for the Exploring Oklahoma History ( web site. There will be many changes, but much will stay the same.