Lately I’ve gotten a lot of attention for my computer tech support work, and my work with music notation software on the iPad. I have also done some work lately in moving a couple of WordPress web sites from one hosting service to another, and I’ve been meaning to write up a large tutorial document on how to do that. There are a lot of resources out there that explain bits and pieces of the process, but I haven’t found one good tutorial on the procedures as a whole, so I need to write my own and share it with the world.
I’ve been meaning to blog about all these matters, but concerns about finding more gainful employment have taken over for awhile. That’s why I just sat for the examinations and re-certified myself as an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician and an Apple Sales Professional. As you may know, I do more work with Microsoft Windows systems as I do with Macs. It’s honestly very hard to find somebody like me, who is equally expert with both Macintosh and Windows technical support and network administration. I want to be outstanding in my field.
In the meantime, for those of you who would like to learn more about Mac stuff, tech support, and music on computers, let me refer to you to Ask Different, a new community-driven technical support site that is part of the Stack Exchange network of sites. I’ve been posting there a great deal lately.
They also have a site called Musical Practice & Performance, for decidedly non-computer-related discussions about learning to be a musician. I’ve contributed a few posts there also.