Category Archives: Technology Corner

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Quantum teleportation design

Teleportation Breakthrough

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I’m unapologetically delighted by all things science fiction and am fascinated by life imitating art (as are, I suspect, most sci-fi nuts). I often listen to KQED when I’m working out in the morning and imagine my surprise and delight when a segment on the teleportation of atoms accompanied my elliptical run. Apparently — and […]

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Surviving Domain Migration with a Site Redesign

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Each website we release comes with what we call our Basic SEO Package out the gate. This means, in a nutshell, that we prepare the site to live well among its peers in the vast ether so that it's fit for spiders to crawl and index with ease (see our SEO page for specific details). [...]

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What’s up in the Tech Corner of ZDCA

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Did you know that ZDCA is a prolific development firm as well as a unique and deeply artistic design firm? Most of our clients know that we “build websites” … but what do we actually do over in the programming corner of our business? Much that is geeky and fun, actually. Here’s a brief rundown […]

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WordPress and Security Part One

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We love WordPress — unabashedly! We design and develop in this ever-evolving and maturing application on a regular basis.  It has come SO far over the past decade and, in the remarkable vein of GPL and open-source application development everywhere, there is an enormous community of users, developers and advocates out there that provide encouragement […]

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Flush DNS: Mac OSX Tip

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Ever been working on a test site for a while and then went to change the DNS values only to find that your Mac is holding onto the placeholder or test environment’s numbers?  Well, here’s the solution:  To flush your dns cache on your local machine, open Terminal and paste this command: dscacheutil -flushcache and then […]

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