Author Archives: Phillihp Harmon

About Phillihp Harmon

I'm Phillihp. My name can be spelled the same way forwards and backwards, so can my posts... if you wish. I'm out here exploring, learning, and sharing what I find. This is more for fun and personal growth, I aim to be as consistent as possible, so check back daily!
21 may

Edit Hostnames for Mobile Devices

**, Architecture, Browsers, DIY, Google, Internet

Are you testing your new latest and greatest Mobile or Responsive site but cannot get into your network to actually test it on a mobile device? Well if you have a proxy routed IP through either a NAT or direct … Continue reading

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20 may

Run Your Own Cloud Server Locally, Internally, or Publicly – ownCloud

***, Amazon.com, Apple, Architecture, Cloud Computing, Clusters, Databases, DIY, Google, Internet, Microsoft, Windows

There are tons of Cloud Services out there that you can go out and sign up for free, download, and have a blast with. Companies such as Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Amazon have all jumped on board (the four horsemen). … Continue reading

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15 may

F5 vs. Ctrl F5 vs. Ctrl Shift Del – Clearing Cache

***, Browsers, CMS, Internet, User Experience

I always over hear these conversations. Here’s the scoop on [F5] vs. [Ctrl] + [F5]. [F5] Refresh Page [Ctrl] + [F5] Clean Cache and Session, but the Server may not serve up due to Cache-Control: no-cache settings. Then a complete … Continue reading

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28 apr

1000 Posts on Phillihp.com

*, Rants, Site Related

Can you imagine that? 1000 posts on phillihp.com. I want to thank everyone for coming to the site and visiting. Earlier this year, there was a significant drop off in content that we were providing, but from the Analytics everybody … Continue reading

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27 apr

Flying Cars on the Market in 2015

*, Car Computing, Companies, News

Flying cars may not be that far out. It looks like there have been some incredibly amazing strides with the help of computer technology.

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24 apr

Load Balancing Joomla, WordPress, and Drupal

***, Architecture, Cloud Computing, Clusters, CMS, Drupal, Hardware, Internet, Joomla, Linux, PHP, Wordpress

There comes a time when Amazon Web Services gets extremely expensive or even unusable for your websites needs. If you look out in the world of websites that are out there, it has been guestimated that over 70% of all … Continue reading

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23 apr

All Websites Should be WCAG 2.0 Standard

***, Browsers, Companies, Design, Internet, Rants

I have been contracting with a Non-Profit for nearly two years now and the big word in this place for websites is Accessibility. This word is so over-used and for some reason, I feel that people gravitate to this word … Continue reading

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22 apr

Building Houses with 3D Printers

**, 3D Graphics, DIY, Electronics, Home Automation, Home Projects, News

If you think 3D printers are cool, you should see this video. In Shanghai, they are printing houses with 3D printers. I have my 3D Printer (Makibox) completely assembled. I have yet to do my first 3D print. I need … Continue reading

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17 apr

Heartbleed Attack Leads to Arrest

***, Clusters, Companies, Electronics, News, Rants

This whole Heartbleed thing has me seriously wondering what is going on today with our Security and our understanding of Security. It is laughable! First, if you are trusting OpenSSL, which is an OPEN SOURCE encryption SSL certificate generator, you … Continue reading

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13 mar

Learning JavaScript? Here’s How

***, DIY, Internet, JavaScript

Learning JavaScript can be the gateway to much more serious, much more powerful programming languages out there. You can easily take the logic and syntax learned in JavaScript and take the next step to PHP pretty easily, although still very … Continue reading

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