Have Tech, Will Travel

A place to share the stuff other than that about servers, travel, TYPO3, and WordPress.

Baoling - light at the end of the tunnel

I’m a busy guy, living in a busy society and like you, constantly distracted by activities that want more of us than what we’ve got to give. A major goal of my moving to Taiwan was to focus on family life and find myself. For the most part, it’s worked. I’d like to recap Zenhabits […]

one of the top 5 percent most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012

LinkedIn is sending out emails giving folks in the top 20% and up of profile views congratulations for helping them become so successful. I made the top 5%. Hi Michael, Recently, LinkedIn reached a new milestone: 200 million members. But this isn’t just our achievement to celebrate — it’s also yours. I want to personally […]

Open source vs proprietary Part 4

Asia, Cambodia, Earth, Phnom Pehn, T3CON12 Asia

Last fall, I created TYPO3 Vagabond as an outlet for my open source TYPO3 community involvement. I’ve deeply enjoyed the newly created online and offline persona that came of it. Recently though, I’ve been feeling myself pulled in too many directions as my interests evolve. As such, I’ve decided to return to a simpler personal and professional […]

Yet Another Reason to Migrate to TYPO3 with the Right Agency Last week, I wrote about a company that had had a custom CMS built for them. The design was very nice, but it was an essentially unusable site. They had wasted their money on a web site they couldn’t easily update and maintain. A […]