The title says it all.

I think autocorrect is trying to gaslight me.

(The irony that my spellchecker is underlining the word in red, and offering me spellings of "auto correct", "auto-correct", and "corrector", is not lost on me. 😀 I have now added that word to my dictionary as the underlining is going to drive me insane.)


If you find yourself needing to install an instance of macOS as a VM within VMware Fusion (which itself runs on a Mac), then you sometimes run into this issue of needing a bootable image with which to work.

There is a long history to this, but in short, macOS has had the ability to create install media buried within it for a very long time. Here are the steps to take in order to build a bootable ISO image of macOS 11.x "Big Sur".


(a.k.a., "An example of what I do")

TL;DR: For my purposes... currently (April 2021)... it is Grav CMS using the Gantry5 Theme Framework. That's what is running this site. For others, as is the mantra in tech in general: "It depends."

Strap in. This is a long post.

So like me, you finally decided to start a blog/website. Now what?

Excellent question. Well, if you're most people, you go to a site like, Weebly, etc., create yourself a free account (or go whole hog and get a paid account), and off you go.

If, however, you are me, this is where you go off and do your research, which means you often go down a rather deep rabbit hole for a bit. And that's exactly where I ended up... in a deep, dark hole, wondering what the heck I was thinking.


First Post

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Welcome to my site!

I am just getting started. Expect things to change as I work on this site. All screwups are mine and mine alone. Please bear with me.

The logo above is for Grav, the flat-file CMS I have chosen to use to build/maintain this site. More on that in the next post.

I am also leveraging Gantry5, made by the folks at RocketTheme.