Finally took the plunge and upgraded to Mavericks, wasn’t sure how it’d go with the Server but I have to hand it to Apple, smoothest upgrade thus far.
After you upgrade the client to Mavericks you get a notice from the Server.app saying it needs updating. Download it from the App Store, launch it and it’ll automagically upgrade everything and after that everything was working as before. Nice.
So yeah, the only downside to the whole process is the name. Mavericks. Really?
I’ve been looking at Social Media in the Netherlands a lot lately, looks like we’re finally catching up to the US.
Here’s a nice round up of vCard style themes to transform WordPress into a personal online business card, portfolio, resume or what have you not. I think a personal site is still a good home base as it’ll always stay regardless of the flavor du jour in social network sites.
Where we’ll be going is transmitting this stuff electronically over the phone line… and we’ll go directly from computer to computer. And once we do that, maybe its possible to say, “Well we’ll give you 30 seconds of this program for free, or we’ll give you 5 screenshots, or we’ll let you play with it for a day. And if you want to buy it, just type in your VISA number and you got it. I don’t know how we’re going to do it, but we need a radio station.
Steve Jobs… in 1983. Like a boss.
The whole thing is an interesting read to see just how far ahead the man was thinking.
After the latest (involuntary I might add, seriously, I wish it were possible to disable these updates) update of the Samsung Plex app I was once again greeted with horrible lag, crashes and all things fun. Setting the buffers to auto improved it slightly, but it was still pretty bad. This time the magic fix turned out to be updating the Plex Server app on my computer, which for some reason made everything better even though it was only a minor release. So if you run into the same problem…