My name is Robert Agcaoili (og kau ee lee). I am currently located in Southern California where I work in an Information Technology sector of a government agency. I usually spend my time working in CSS and PHP.
I am happily married with a daughter that my wife and I both love and adore. My interests include Apple, Inc. technology, comic books, and coffee.
If you were to ask me what this site is about, I would say its difficult for me to say. But if you twist my arm enough, I would say its a blog about life and using the technology around us to make it better.
You can call it a tech blog, you can call it a productivity blog — but for me its life.
With the growing popularity of iOS and its devices, I try to take a look at how we can use these devices in making our lives better. Sometimes it involves its OS X counterparts, so you'll see some of that too.
As a father, a husband, and a working adult, sometime staying on top of your game is difficult with all the hats to wear. I, by no means, don't offer solutions for everybody, but I say what works for me.
I use an iOS device for about 90% of the writing on this site.
I use Writing Kit and Byword on my iPad for about 80% of the writing of the writing when using an iOS device.
I also built this site entirely on my iPad using Textastic, iSSH, and Diet Coda all while paired to a Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Case. Formatting the blog posts while transferring from Tumblr to Pelican, however, was accomplished on a MacBook Air using nvALT and Keyboard Maestro.
- Like many other blogs out there, I chose a Unicode symbol for my featured post and permalinks. The symbol I chose, the Black Four Pointed Star (✦), is due to my favoring of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
- I have never been to nor seen Pinterest.
- I am a comic book reader
- I still consider myself a gamer, even though I haven't really played a video game in the past 4 years.
- I am a coffee enthusiast, as seen in some of the posts on here.
- I'm a sucker for chocolate.
This site along with my ideas, and those I link to do not necessarily reflect the ideas and beliefs of my employer.