Performance Testing—Speed Index And Time To First Byte

Last week I told you how I moved the site to a new host and that the site now runs on a server with better specs for a lower price. I also shared the results of a test to measure server response time and while response times are better with Siteground than my old host, they weren’t anything to brag about.

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Server Response Times—A Comparison Of A Single Website On Two Different Web Hosts

Since last spring I’ve been running an on-again, off-again series about website performance. In early April I left off with some talk about hosting, server hardware, and server software, specifically Apache, NGINX, IIS, and LiteSpeed. Oddly enough, between publishing the last of those posts and writing this one, I moved the site to a different web host.

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How To Productively Manage Your Creative Work

Last week I expanded on some of the reasons I find it difficult to fit creative work into a productivity system given the fuzzy nature of creative work as well as my own peculiarities in how I work best.

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Can Creative Work Be Managed By A Productivity System?

A couple of months ago I told you how I worked without any kind of productivity management for all of 2017. That followed several months at the end of 2016 where I didn’t find it helpful to manage my tasks and projects.

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LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS)—A Drop-In Replacement For Apache Sever Software

For most of the last two months, I’ve been talking about website performance, specifically as it relates to server response times. I started with a couple of posts about hosting plans and server hardware.

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