Hi.

I'm Owen.

I’m not a kid on the internet. Maybe a nerd, but I have a passion for tech. Started 8 years ago, and grew into learning coding, websites, system administration, networking, and so much more. This is who I am.

In the beginning...

I found out about technology. You know, 3D pinball and free cleaning programs seen on TV. My love started for technology a long time ago, and I can hardly recall it, but it was the beginning of an era. I soon got fascinated with technology, and got my hands on an iPod nano 5th Generation soon after. Though I couldn’t tell yet that this was where I was headed, it was at least a start. Towards something bigger.

After it started...

I collected tons and TONS of gadgets in Early 2010. I got my hands on my first laptop in January 2011, and on lots, and I mean, lots of technology then. Yet, back then, I didn’t know about coding, or what goes behind websites, and apps. It just all seemed to work. Never made websites, never did any of that. Until 2-3 years ago. I begun a Minecraft server, and started hosting websites (insecurely, albeit). I still wasn’t professional, until…

What I got myself into...

A lot of things. I began being ever so interested in technology. I made websites. I coded things. Made games. Made devices my own. Discovered Windows, and Linux. Did some crazy stuff. Learned how to code. Learned how to make even more websites. Learned how to create and manage many types of servers. Today, I know all the major phone and desktop OSes, networking, Python, WordPress, and know how to do much more. I think of technology to be never-ending. Once you finish with something, there’s always another thing to do. You never get bored in technology. That’s why I love it.

Posts from me.

Posts about what I just feel like writing. It's a total mix.
Install any OS on a MacBook White/Black, without rEFIt. Explained simply.

Install any OS on a MacBook White/Black, without rEFIt. Explained simply.

Today, I was having a huge problem when it came to a MacBook White 2007 I acquired a few days...

2017 updates: There’s a lot of them

2017 updates: There’s a lot of them

I’ve been really busy.   I wanted to go ahead and update whomever reads this about the state of this...

BYOD in schools: The good, the bad, the solution.

BYOD in schools: The good, the bad, the solution.

I know I’m not supposed to say this, but I knew this might be happening soon. BYOD (Bring Your Own...

My initial thoughts on AdvancedTomato

My initial thoughts on AdvancedTomato

I did it again. I installed a custom firmware on my router.   This time around, I installed a firmware...

Lots of downtime: Moving to OVH

Lots of downtime: Moving to OVH

So I thought today: Why should I be paying $14/month for no SSL, integrated email, cPanel, and a slow and...

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