URL Rewrites on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 build with IIS v8.5.9600.16384 Are you trying to get a basic rewrite rule to work with your newly installed IIS server? If you’re like me, you probably searched the web looking for an answer to your problem. Well, let me share how
I was inspired to write this blog post after seeing videos showing Zach Sobiech’s last days on YouTube, hearing his song, “Clouds” and seeing all the comments people posted to YouTube. Watching a short documentary of someone’s life (particularly one that is exp
Are you tired of your daughter asking you to put new batteries in her pillow-pet so she can get to bed at night? Perhaps you’re sick of continually spending money on AA & AAA batteries for things you use often. If so, you’re at the point in life that I was at; so I de
My work recently had a server that had two power supplies fail within a week of each other. The only possibly reason I could conjure up was that our server is kept in a small closet with just an air vent on the ceiling. Meaning that if it’s winter time and the heat is on, the ve
Haven’t made time to post any updates on this website because I’ve been busy running GoFairGrove.com I’ve attended many sporting events in the last few months and have over 1,200 photos available on the website and for sale. Attending just one volleyball game has me
Just started on a new personal project! After seeing the renovation of Fair Grove’s actual website in August 2012, I figured I’d take it upon myself to build a “tourism-ish” website full of things I’d like to see advertised about Fair Grove; not just a we
Email subscriptions are a wonderful thing; especially when you don’t have to continually visit a website to find out what’s new. RSS feeds drive most email subscription services; so instead of users having to track an RSS feed (most people have no clue how to do this, even
This post is internal documentation of a networking issue we’re having. If you have any tips or suggestions, please leave them in the comments. ~ Thanks So, almost everyone at my workplace has suffered from this issue for many months now. It’s a sporadic issue that comes a
I thought the iOS5 lock screen was supposed to be transformed into a fancy notification center? Well, I’m just not seeing it! I have the notification center ON, and several of the apps are set to “view in lock screen”, yet when I’m looking at the lock screen, a
iOS5 launched yesterday (October 12, 2011). Apple’s servers must have been swarming with traffic, and still, even today they are probably maxed out. I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that the launch was without hiccups though. It took several attempts to install iOS5
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