Syntax Highlighting for Liquid

A simple “brush” for Syntax Highlighter Evolved which will not only add syntax highlighting for Liquid, it will also let you simply and easily add a Liquid code block in Gutenberg in Wordpress. Handy if you are going to blog about Liquid or Shopify.

Shopify Breadcrumbs based on Menu Structure

Shopify breadcrumbs can be hard because there’s no way to organize them by default and Shopify has no way to establish a parent-child relationship between collections. But you can use your menu structure to create just such a relationship to build intelligent breadcrumbs. Here’s how!

Going Solar without Rooftop Panels (Renters Too!)

If you live in the PG&E service area, and a growing number of other locales in the US, you can now choose grid-sourced solar energy for your electricity. Reduce your carbon footprint and encourage more renewable energy in the future.

Streak, Zapier and Automating Tasks for Our Vacation Rental

We struggled for a long time to find a system for managing our vacation rental that did not involve pain and suffering. By combining Streak, Zapier and Google Apps, we finally found something that works for us much better than Quickbooks or other systems. It’s not for everyone, but it might be for you.

Why I Quit Using Facebook and Pocket

It wasn’t just that I grew tired of being a click slave in the Facebook mines, but I also didn’t like what it was doing to my mind. What *was* it doing to my mind? That’s a bit complicated.

A Theory of Dryer Crimes

Jason lived between a hammer and an anvil, between his wife and the Caledcotts

Your life is awesome? Great!

I’m troubled by how awesome you all are on Facebook. This is why my Facebook feed seems so impersonal

Why I Don’t Go Paperless

Is it really “green” to go for paperless billing, or is it just a “dark pattern” by which companies seek to distance you from your costs, fees and other nastiness? Read on to see wny I think it’s a dark pattern and what the actual difference in carbon footprint is.

The Boy Behind The Couch

In which our hero recalls an embarrassing moment in the life of a barely-teen introvert upon reading a chance passage in Susan Cain’s book Quiet and discovers his true nature.