Stripe just announced support for Twilio Pay: Phone payments are especially common in industries like food, travel, healthcare, retail, and nonprofits, but payment details are often keyed in manually by a human agent. This flow can be riddled with errors and expose companies to security and compliance risks. That’s why we’re partnering with Twilio to […]Read more "Process Cards with Stripe + Twilio"
I have an affection for everyday carry items. I love looking at checking out blog posts, or Instagram posts that feature what others carry. Of course, I work from home and half the time I’m in my PJ’s so I don’t carry a lot, but when I do go out here is my current items. […]Read more "My Everyday Carry"
One thing that has been sorely missing with the Apple Watch is the ability to create custom watch faces. I’ve long thought that at the minimum Apple should make all the existing one themeable through something as simple as CSS, but of course, I’m just someone sitting in the peanut gallery and I have no […]Read more "Custom Apple Watch Faces"
Do you have employees, run a business, work in software, or sick and tired of your current workplace? If any of those are true then you need to grab a copy of Jason Fried and DHH’s new book, It Doesn’t Have To Be Crazy At Work. I’ve been a fan of these guys for years […]Read more "Book Review: It Doesn’t Have To Be Crazy At Work"
This year I started keeping an analog log book and it’s been fun to flip back through it, but I noticed that due to the size of the notebook I’m not including tons of information for each day. So it’s great for the highlights but misses a lot of the little things that might not […]Read more "Daily Analog Log Books"
It’s funny how you can create something and then totally forget about it, never to blog about it, and then in a matter of a few days have multiple conversations that point back to it. In this case, it’s how I make the featured images on the Laravel News site, and I made a Youtube […]Read more "Video: How I make the Laravel News Featured Images"
I’ve had my house broken into once, but I remember that feeling of walking in and seeing everything you own thrown everywhere. That feeling of being personally violated. I still get that same feeling when I experience digital theft. It seems like a few times a week I see more words stolen or graphics I […]Read more "Digital Theft"