Quick Take: Everything Breaks - Even Static Sites
April 24, 2022
Two years ago I moved this blog from Wordpress over to Hugo Static Site Generator. The idea was to get the “backend” stuff out of the way of the writing. Also it’d be more secure and static, so not breaking at random.
“Add Media” broken in WordPress 3.5
February 25, 2013
A little while back I upgraded to WordPress 3.5.X like a good little server admin. Sometime shortly thereafter I noticed the “Add Media” button stopped working, or it would work randomly for one post and not another. Very strange and very annoying since that is the one button I actually need (I write in HTML format, so I don’t need the rest of the WYSIWYG interface to work). After a bit of Googling, checking forum posts, and a little luck, I found my two pronged solution.
Internet Explorer: “The requested lookup key was not found in any active activation context”
August 4, 2010
I recently installed a new Windows 2003 server and right off the bat started doing the Windows Updates. Even with Service Pack 2 installed, this process takes a while. Normally it wouldn’t be a big deal, but after letting the updates run on automatic for a while… Internet Explorer blew up.
Battlefield 2: Bad Company – Onslaught Mode Now Available
June 24, 2010
Jon was going to write up a quick bit about this, but he is too busy trying to play it to do so. Expect an actual review of this new content at a later date. Currently, you can only get it from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace right here for 800 MS Points ($10 at standard rates). The in game access to the store does not currently show it.
January 20, 2007
I find this one very odd and unusual. Yesterday I was working on a clients Sonicwall TZ170. They’ve been having some issues with it the last week or two, but there was a power outage recently and the unit just died miserably. I actually had to call their tech support because the damn thing kept booting into safe mode for some reason (no, its not running XP — but you could have fooled me).