Update on Challenge

I'm playing catch-up. Mostly I'm working on something, and I've been a little behind. Today I took a little time and made some progress. But a decision had to be made. So I went for quality over quantity. Both have benefits, but what I was hoping to accomplish has changed a bit. Maybe come back in a month and see what I've done.

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WordPress Publish Date Reverts When Click Save After Reset

I just ran into an odd issue. I'm trying to fix posts that were once published and then removed and others that were scheduled but missed the scheduled post date for one reason or another. What would happen is each time I click Reset then save the post date would revert back to the old date. I found 2 fixes for this. First, if I changed the date to a future date, schedule the post, and then reset it I could get it to go back to a draft as I wanted. Animation showing how to fix the issue. Second, I could disable Edit Flow (Link to...

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Bringing Back the 30 Day Challenge

Bringing Back the 30 Day Challenge

I've done it at least once. But the time where I completed the challenge I had a lot of help. Basically, when I did this previously and maybe it was only 10 days or so I had prompted to help me get started, but this time I'm just going to dive into the deep end and try to get a post out a day for 30 days. I should have enough things saved to make this work... But honestly, that is not the point. I was even thinking about not posting this post till I had some saved up, but I think jumping into the fire is the best way to get it done. Even this...

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Gamers Are Lazy?

Gamers Are Lazy?

It might be time for gamers to admit they are lazy. Or is it? The thing is, gamers are interesting in this sense. They have the ability to do amazing things spend hours on tasks, learn new things quickly, improve physical and mental function, schedule their days, and so much more. But often, gamers can be the people that society and parents call lazy. But gamers spend hours learning new skills, doing repetitive tasks to gain money, power, gear, or other assets in the games they play. Are they doing it for the score? Some people have thought...

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3 Uses Ideas for Blockchain

3 Uses Ideas for Blockchain

Warning Scary Predictions at the END. These are some quick ideas I wanted to get out down on paper. Idea 1: Business Structure I have not checked if anyone is using this yet, but it would be interesting to see someone build a blockchain business structure. You can even do interesting ventures with people. For instance, build a business contract that lasts until you make a certain amount of money or reach a particular date. I have more to say on this one and started another post about it. So I will come back around to it. Also, if you are in...

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Notes: Docker, Docker-Compose, Random

Notes: Docker, Docker-Compose, Random

These are some notes for docker-compose that I will need later[, and quickly grew into a lot more notes than that]. Most of the time I keep these private and just for my reference, but I feel like some of these were ridiculously hard to find. And I think in a way this is what a blog should be. Like, "Hey here are the useful things I found. Hope it helps." (place holder) WeKan (docker-compose) https://github.com/wekan/wekan/blob/master/docker-compose.yml Work through the file reading comments. Remove them as you make your choices till left...

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