DreamLight Creates New Website Design & Corporate Re-Branding for Radiation Center

DreamLight creates a new website design and corporate re-branding for Radiation Center of Greater Nashua. After we had previously created an award-winning new website for Agility Orthopedics, their executive director hired DreamLight again when he moved to a new organization, … Read More

Happy Independence Day America! Birthday of the Greatest Nation on Earth

Watch the above animation of the Betsy Ross flag proudly billowing in a glorious sunset as you listen to the USAF Band and Chorus play The Star Spangled Banner, our National Anthem. I had previously posted a behind the scenes … Read More

Diagnosing Error Code 5 Out of Memory Crash/Hang in Chromium Browsers (Google Chrome, Brave, Microsoft Edge)

While working with one of the larger websites we manage, we ran into a problem that needed debugging. Some of the WordPress back-end pages of the site would fail to load with the following error message. Aw, Snap! Something went … Read More

How to View Let’s Encrypt Protected Websites on Older Systems That Warn About an Expired Root Certificate

Let’s Encrypt is a an open Certificate Authority that provides free automated SSL/TLS certificates for over 260 million websites. It is run by the nonprofit Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). When Let’s Encrypt was first launched in 2015 they used a … Read More

3D Animated Betsy Ross Flag Proudly Flying Over The Star Spangled Banner

A few years ago I had created a 30 second 3D animation of a Betsy Ross flag waving in a sunset to celebrate America’s Independence Day. To celebrate this year’s Independence Day I had updated that animation and extended it … Read More

How to Use an Unsupported Browser on a Website that Does Not Officially Support it

In today’s post I’ll show you how to use a workaround that allows you to use an unsupported browser on a website that does not officially support it. If you are anything like me, then you probably have a favorite … Read More

How to Reformat an APFS Drive as HFS+ with Disk Utility

With MacOS X High Sierra 10.13 Apple moved from MacOS Extended (Journaled) also known as HFS+ to a new disk format Apple File System known as APFS that allows higher performance on state of the art solid state drives (SSD). … Read More

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