So, two weeks into my HFLC n=1 experiment and what has changed from the first week?
I’m almost two weeks into a sleep related experiment. As someone who has had insomnia as long as I can remember, I’ve tried most “here is how to sleep better” claims. Nearly all of them have met with failure on a personal, n=1, level. This is a new one which is backed up with real scientific study. What is it? Managing your blue light exposure.
I’ve taken to conducting six week trials of various physical experiments
on myself. My latest one follows two months of following a diet of 80%
Standard American Diet (SAD). Next up is a Low Carb, High Fat diet. This
is my week one report.
For w while now the buzz is about being cloud. Whether it is apps in the
cloud, services in the cloud, or being a cloud provider you can’t seem
top escape this buzzword lately. But given the recent releases and
direction the “major players” are talking about, I have to wonder if we
are entering a stagnation period. Or perhaps, to borrow a phrase from
economics, perhaps stagflation.
Working with Redis can be done with the usual mindset, but approaching it from a different mindset can reap significant rewards.
Once upon a time, the United States was attacked and thousands of people died. Americans, and indeed much of the civilized world, rallied behind then President Bush to root out the evil doers and bring them to justice. But somewhere along the way, something went wrong.
In Wordpress Responsiveness Part 2 I introduced wrote about WP Supercache (WPSC)and how to tune it to your site. In this part I’ll talk about a separate plugin which works well with WPSC, CDN Sync Tool, and how it can improve your TTFB and load times dramatically.
In Wordpress Responsiveness Part 1 I introduced you to the basic concepts behind one aspect of your website’s performance: how fast it responds. In part two I will go into more details of using WP Super Cache to improve your site’s speed and responsiveness.
How Fast Does Your Site Load?
It is a question that matters to your readers, to Google (and other search engines), and thus should matter to you. This is likely obvious to you. What you may not realize is there are a few fundamental types of site/page speed and how you handle each of them matters. In this article I’ll walk you through some of those details.