What can we learn from a cat's reaction to a new empty box?
I had to export some zone files to move to a BIND DNS server from Windows 2008 R2. I found a couple scripts online but nothing worked. Finally I modified one of them and the resulting powershell script that worked for me is below. $dnsserver = "[YOUR DNS SERVER NAME]" $zones = dnscmd $dnsserver /enumzones... Continue Reading →
Working for yourself is exciting, but it takes the right kind of attitude and the right type of person. Life can get lonely and you go through every day knowing that when you fail or succeed, there is ultimately no one to blame but yourself. It is a difficult road to travel, but the rewards, the... Continue Reading →
Since fitness is a big part of who I am, I've decided to post a bit more often about what I'm up to, and try to share tips and tricks from what I have learned over the months and years of trying very hard to get in the best shape of my life. When I... Continue Reading →
Recently a video was released where a core opensim developer claimed that InWorldz has contributed nothing to the greater OpenSimulator/metaverse ecosystem. The exact statements were "Actually, InWorldz is not committing anything back.", and "InWorldz has not given anything back." both of which were factually incorrect. I wanted to clear up the misconceptions here because many of the code contributions... Continue Reading →
[The following was given to the organizers at the InWorldz 6th birthday celebration. I'm pasting it here for those that haven't been able to read it] In 2009 I lost my father at the early age of 60. I had a pretty rough job where I was going 12 hrs a day on average on business software. It... Continue Reading →
AKA: Making water waves I wanted to make a special effect for some software that I'm writing. It involved simulating waves in water inside the vertex and fragment shader in an OpenGL program. While I found a lot of posts on the subject, none of them worked from the ground up to explain what was going... Continue Reading →