If you’ve done any website development lately you’re sure to be familiar with Bootstrap, a web framework that makes many things much easier to code. Bootstrap is perhaps best known as one of the first/best frameworks for “responsive” web pages, that is: web pages that automatically reconfigure themselves to best fit the viewing device screen… Continue reading Bootstrap Tip!
Let’s face it, Microsoft Access has never been cool. It has never been flashy, it has never been on the cutting edge, and I’ve yet to see an Access database application “go viral.” But that’s okay: Microsoft has steadily improved the desktop application over nearly two decades and people are still tolerating it’s clunky interface.… Continue reading Modern MS Access Forms
On one end are the people I admire most: visionary creators with values that choose to share their philosophy, approach, and life lessons with the world. Think: Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Warren Buffet Down the line are visionaries that don’t actually create much, like James Altuchter and Tim Ferriss, both who I admire greatly,… Continue reading The Business Mentor Spectrum
This blog post is on Peter Diamandis’ and Steven Kotler’s very (perhaps overly) optimistic book “Bold, How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World.” As of this writing (June 8, 2015) I’m only 60 pages in, but somehow I’m already due to return my copy to the local library, so this may be… Continue reading Being “Bold”
This post covers how to open a list, with filtering, from another list, in SharePoint Online. This could be useful in any situation where you have a list of information related to another list, and want the user to be able to easily access that second list. The functionality I’m describing will become more apparent… Continue reading Open a Filtered List from a List in SharePoint Online