Let’s make the world a better place!
Let’s make the world a better place!
Let’s make the world a better place!
  1. Be Joyful and Radiant (smiles really are contagious)
  2. See the Good in Others (focus on the good in people or everyone will disappoint you)
  3. Better Yourself Each Day (worry about improving yourself, not others)
  4. Always Forgive (holding on to past wrongs, only makes the hurt worse)
  5. Be Humble (there’s always someone smarter than you to learn from)
  6. Strive for Unity (we’re stronger together than we are apart)
  7. Be Kind to Everyone (kindness is like food to the hungry and water to the thirsty)
  8. Be Grateful (don’t live your life in discontent)
  9. Fight for Justice (defend the downtrodden, stand up for what is right)
  10. Finish What You Start (perseverance leads to greatness)

Don’t you think if we all practice even one of these principles, the world will be a better place?

Originally published at https://www.facebook.com/notes/danilo-stern-sapad/my-7-rules-for-living/10151925227189165 on
October 15, 2013. Last updated June 30, 2020.

This is a very short tutorial on how to fix the dreaded “Backup and Sync has encountered a fatal error, and will now terminate.” error when installing and then opening Backup and Sync from Google on macOS. I’ve had this issue with macOS Mojave, High Sierra, and Sierra. None of the solutions I found online fixed this issue. This is how I fixed it.

Go to your Applications folder and delete Backup and Sync from Google by moving it to your Trash.

Download and Install Backup and Sync from Google: https://www.google.com/intl/en-GB_ALL/drive/download/backup-and-sync/

Open up the Terminal application in /Applications/Utilities or if you prefer use iTerm. …

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What are virtual hosts used for?
In the case of this tutorial we will create a virtual host to let us access a subfolder on our local web server at a custom address like http://application/ or http://application.loc/


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