This is part 2 of how to automate your podcast production. See part 1. In the first part, I talked about setting up Auphonic and how to use it. This is the second part where I automate a good portion of the posting. First you need the Auphonic Importer for WordPress installed in your WordPress site. Then… Continue reading How to Automate Auphonic Posting – WordPress
In the Dog Days of Podcasting Facebook Group, there was a discussion about how to make it easier to post your podcast and level out your audio when joining multiple audio clips together. The person was confused so I am putting together this post so that there is a basic how-to. The first thing you… Continue reading How to Automate Auphonic Posting – Auphonic
When we recently launched our site, and with everything going to HTTPS only, I wanted to force as much to HTTPS only as possible. There are many, many links on how to force HTTPS on an IIS server. The issue is that when you debug your application locally, you have to comment out that section… Continue reading Forcing SSL in IIS without being annoying
After the release of the new Visual Studio Code, I took a look at it and figured out that the target market is those that are currently using Sublime Text. I want to give it the ol’ college try, but the one big thing that was missing for me is the ability to right-click on… Continue reading Add Visual Studio Code to your context menu
We came across an interesting bug in Chrome two days in a row, a PDF wouldn’t display correctly. It would be missing either an entire page or just some of the information on the page. There are published work-arounds to disable the built-in Chrome PDF viewer and instead utilize Adobe Acrobat Reader instead and also… Continue reading A Fix for PDF Display Issues in Chrome
I used a previous version of this free monitoring tool, but I recently setup their new version. It is quite neat. Basically, it uses Google’s infrastructure to constantly hit your website and if it doesn’t get a 200 status back, it will contact you via email or SMS saying your site is down. While this… Continue reading Now monitoring my websites with Google Spreadsheets and Pushover
This isn’t really a “fix” as it was something that I learned that was causing me a headache. My wife just got a Samsung DROID Charge and was sending me “meeting requests”. These appointments would be automatically added to my calendar without me accepting them. I finally realized that I had both Mail.app and iCal… Continue reading Calendar Fix for iOS/iCal
Are you annoyed that Adobe Acrobat Reader pops up in Google Chrome? I was. With some searching I found out you can enter about:plugins in the URL bar then search for Adobe Acrobat and disable it.
I am posting this tip here so I don’t lose it for the next time I need it. I had to compare three tabs and was would have been easiest to compare them side-by-side. Here is what I figured out: Click on the View tab. Click New Window. Repeat this for as many windows that… Continue reading Compare Excel 2007 Tabs Side-By-Side
I had the need to force word-wrap some text in a cell in Excel. Use Alt-Enter to accomplish this.