Delete a route in Mac OS X Yosemite

I realized I had a post for how to add a static route, but didn’t have one for how to delete one…. So here ya go!  

Social Investing?

I think Motif Investing is the New wave for the younger generation investor. We always “google it” before we try anything and we’re such a “DIY” generation. Why not with investing? E-trade and Scottrade are part of our parents generation. Motif is cheaper, more intuitive, and easier. It also has a “social” side where you … Continue Reading

10 Misconceptions I Had Before Moving To NYC (part 1)

Back in 2013 I moved to New York City. The “Big Apple”. The “City That Never Sleeps”. I was 28 years old and had been a few times before and heard all about it in the movies and media. I thought I knew what I was getting into…. But I didn’t. Living in New York … Continue Reading

Stop Bothering Us #caturday

Sometimes they’re just so cute you want to pinch their cheeks! Then they give you the death look for waking them up and making them pose for a Caturday blog post!

Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge?

I’ve had one version of the Fitbit or another since 2012.  I’ve lost or broken probably 4 or 5 of them.  All of them were my fault.  Except the latest…. For some reason the Fitbit Flex’s design makes the charging contacts get smudged and dirty VERY easily and prevent charging.  This has happened 5 times in … Continue Reading

Down for a couple days…

I upgraded this server from OS X Mountain Lion Server to OS X Mavericks Server two nights ago….. The server is remotely managed by Macstadium and they HOOKED me up when it didn’t return from the upgrade.  They rebuilt the upgrade from USB and  put it back where it needed to be!  Kudos to Phil @ … Continue Reading

How to Add a Route in Mac OS X Mavericks

Ever have need to access a network that your default gateway (router) doesn’t know about?  Just add the route via the CLI/Terminal on a Mac OS X running Mavericks! The command is sudo route -n add (network) (gateway)

Where is httpd.conf on Mac OS X Server?

Mac OS X Server is awesome! But it “hides” configuration files for some of the services it runs. Finding them can be a pain… This is the directory where OS X Server puts all of the relevant httpd.conf files: /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/sites/

20 Annoying Things CNN Article (Flying Tips)

I haven’t ranted in awhile, so here goes… So, CNN just put out an article about the 20 most annoying things people do on planes (http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/22/travel/plane-annoying-things/index.html?hpt=hp_c2).  Since I’ve spent over 250 hours on planes so far this year, I feel like I should reply to some of those….especially the several examples I think/know are wrong! … Continue Reading