Rajiv Abraham is a Christian, audiophile, foodie, smartphone shutterbug, geek, and occasional blogger, though he’s trying to change that last bit.

Introducing Deception TV Show

Deception, is a show I started this on a lark, not knowing any of the lead stars or having any idea about the plot or the storyline. Just one of those days when you are flipping through all of the available channels and streaming services, and happen to chance on something that catches your eye. But 8 episodes in, and I’ve still not quit, and it continues to be entertaining. The final verdict is still out on this one, but I will continue watching Deception for now. [Read More]

Phil Collins 40 Years on

Listening to Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight.

Nearly 40 years and Phil continues to rock.

Edit: Gotta update with this Phil Collins - In The Air Tonight LIVE HD version.

Facebook Verso

Everybody has been going ga-ga over Facebook deprecating its API for publishing. This has been a result of the fallout of the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal and was to be expected. I’m done with syndication. Let’s help people be themselves on the web. However, nobody seems to be asking the question… Shouldn’t Facebook be limiting apps access to user’s personal data? But instead, they are actually limiting apps from publishing to Facebook. [Read More]

CMS Evolution

Watching an interesting talk on the various CMSes in use in the industry. The information on website spend vs. advertising spend is both surprising and revealing.

DrupalCon Nashville 2018: WordPress vs Drupal: How the website industry is evolving.

Micro Monday Recommendation Robert Brook

My Micro Monday recommendation is for Robert Brook, who microblogs at @robertbrook.

Robert captures London and random images of everything from buildings, food, signboards, nature, to doors, and windows.

Thanks, Robert (from one shutterbug to another) for all the imagery.

Bridgy Test

Testing out the Bridgy for WordPress plug-in and backfeed functionality.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Movie Review

Watched Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Double the fun you ask? Well not nearly, but certainly a blast the second time around too. Chris Pratt AKA Star-Lord, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, and Bradley Cooper keep you entertained along with Michael Rooker and Karen Gillan. New additions are Pom Klementieff, Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, and cameos by Ving Rhames and Michelle Yeoh. It’s a recommended watch, especially a doubleheader with the prequel. [Read More]