Days Future Past. Science. Thought. Eccles. How to Move a Website - Changing Web Hosts for your Website. Step 4: Set Up With Your New Web Host Assuming you found a host that you like, pay close attention to the items mentioned in Step 1, you can now sign up with your new host.
Choose a service contract that you are comfortable with. Most hosts have a 30 or 60 day money back guarantee, which should be a enough time to determine whether you like their service. If you are giving the new host credit card information via the web, be sure the form is secure and their security certificate is up-to-date. Make sure you know that you are dealing with a real company and not a site posing as a host. You should be given an IP address, a login & password, name server information (primary and secondary) and links to your control panel. You should be able to connect to your new site via your IP address. Now you are ready to upload your files. If you use permissions on any of your folders, be sure to make those changes.
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A Startlingly Simple Theory About the Missing Malaysia Airlines Jet. Image: Pedro Moura Pinheiro/Flickr There has been a lot of speculation about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Terrorism, hijacking, meteors. I cannot believe the analysis on CNN; it’s almost disturbing. I tend to look for a simpler explanation, and I find it with the 13,000-foot runway at Pulau Langkawi. We know the story of MH370: A loaded Boeing 777 departs at midnight from Kuala Lampur, headed to Beijing. The left turn is the key here.
Take a look at this airport on Google Earth. The loss of transponders and communications makes perfect sense in a fire. When I heard this I immediately brought up Google Earth and searched for airports in proximity to the track toward the southwest. For me, the loss of transponders and communications makes perfect sense in a fire. There are two types of fires. Ongoing speculation of a hijacking and/or murder-suicide and that there was a flight engineer on board does not sway me in favor of foul play until I am presented with evidence of foul play. 70% of Time Could Be Used Better - How the Best CEOs Get the Most Out of Every Day.
The average tech CEO works about 300 days a year, 14 hours a day.
That’s 4,200 hours a year. The stats for most other tech leaders and startup employees aren’t too far off. It sounds like a lot of time, but for most, it’s not enough. Nearly 30% of that time gets sunk into email. Another third gets spent in meetings — and studies show that half of those hours are completely wasted. Looking at the schedule of a typical CEO, a full 70% of that time is sub-optimal, and I’ll back that up with my own experience. This year, I spent several weeks leading up to our annual CEO Summit catching up with people I know who do a superhuman job at managing their time. Baby Sitting.
Charming Small Home on Wheels Priced $33,000 [Video] It is encouraging to see more and more creative small home designs, full proof that future home owners can dream despite financial borders.
Andrew and Gabriella Morrison recently completed the hOMe project, an impressive house on wheels. The unconventional crib has a total surface of 221 square feet (that is about 20,5 square meters), yet includes everything the inhabitants need. Read that a fully equipped kitchen, a 3/4 bath, a bedroom loft and a large-sized staircase with plenty of storage.
If you recall, a while back we published a similar project on Freshome, the ingeniously crafted Tiny House by designer Alek Lisefski. The most interesting aspect of these two dwelling is their portability; just imagine moving your home around the forest, in order to catch the best sun rays. Devilish choice.
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