Author: jibran

Harvest Launches Mobile Friendly Invoices

I love Harvest — the time-tracking bombshell of a service. They do more than track time, though. You can generate client invoices, manage projects, run real-time reports and with their mobile or desktop app you can easily switch between projects

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Proton Mail Indiegogo Campaign Raises $115K In 3 Days

If you’ve seen or heard of Proton Mail in the news recently you might just be wondering what exactly they are all about. Well, I’ll tell you. Proton Mail is an NSA-proof end-to-end encrypted email service built by scientists from

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“Can You Throw This up on the Website?”

In my profession, occasionally I’ll get an email from a client requesting if I can ‘throw something up on the[ir] website.’ I’ve had good laughs with co-workers and colleagues in the past about this, because this question is ultimately very

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Twitchy Artifacts with 1080i Video in Final Cut Pro X

I was cutting a quick video—which ended up not being so quick—for a friend. One not-so-small clip was recorded in 1080i 60 fps. Once imported into FCPX there were these twitchy artifacts forming every couple seconds during playback. I searched

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The Stupid Zip Archive and WordPress Duplicator Issue

I’ve run into this issue a couple times and had to set everything aside and figure it out. It didn’t take long. I use WordPress Duplicator often to, well, duplicate and move different WordPress sites from production, for example, to

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Unzip via SSH

I had to unzip a file on a clients server today. Unzipping it locally and then re-uploading it would have been a pain; the unzipped folder was about double the bits of the original ZIP file. Anyways, once terminal’d in,

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Troubleshooting: Media Temple GRID SFTP Connection Issues

Sometimes I need to change a GRID Server Administrator password over at Media Temple. Once changed, I continually run into SFTP connection issues. It’s goddamn frustrating. And it was just working! I just want to code, not putts around with

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Launched: Trivial Beersuit (for All Your Trivia Night Needs)

For the past few months I have been working on a subscription-based site that provides monthly custom curated trivia questions to bars and other establishments. It all began last summer at a friend’s wedding where I met the woman behind

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Solution: Boilerplate Theme for WordPress + Dig Labs Stripe Plugin jQuery Issues

I am currently working on a subscription-based WordPress installation. For this project I am using a theme called Boilerplate. Users signup, pay their monthly fee (recurring or single payment) and get access to a set of restricted documents. After much

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Launched: Christine Chaney Creative

I was in Ballard. At the Ballard Market, to be exact, food shopping for a summer camping trip. I was in the grocery section—because it’s more than just an isle—and I ran into a friend. We chatted for a few

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