Get that site up!

10
Dec
It's always good to update your site. This seems like a great rule of thumb of which I'm not so great at following. In efforts to keep my information up to date, I decided to make some informative updates earlier this week. Of course irony struck as I'm pulling up my site and I see the php equivalent of "you're site isn't working because it doesn't feel like it's getting enough love." At this point I'm in shambles because I just sent my resume to a new client. What to do, what to do. Well with a little php, one host support ticket and a nap (while I waited for support to email me back) I'm up and running again. Thanks "Nat M" from mediatemple!
written by jackson

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