Shelley on encoded PHP in EE and a cat in peril.
Out Of The Rut, Into The Groove from Virulent Meme. “Uh-oh, Advocacy!”
Ferrari digital camera in a gorgeous red. Hat tip: Nick Finck.
Moving from Movable Type to WordPress by Carthik Sharma.
Audioblog.com supports WordPress now. MetaWeblog API is nifty. Wasn’t there a free service that also did this?
Pink is the new pink. I hadn’t done a design from scratch in a while. Hack-free CSS, two images.
Mark switched, puts his money where his mouth is, and understands freedom.
“Though Matt of Photo Matt fame is the primary developer of this product, if for some reason he decides he would rather spend his time photographing naked people holding fruit, he can; the project might slow for a bit, it won’t stop.” From Shelley. The whole article is worth a read.
Simple backup tutorial using Perl on Windows or *nix. Hat tip: Forever Geek.
Adam switches to WordPress. I promise this had nothing to do with my hosting him. (Though when he was beta testing MT3 I did notice some strange CPU spikes.)
Eric talks about why he moved to WordPress. RSS import was a killer feature for him.
Lauren Woods — What WordPress Does Right
What can I say, I like it. Orkut is a new social networking site funded by Google that takes the best of all the other sites out there and rolls it into one fast system. Let me emphasize fast. I gave up on Friendster because I’m not patient enough to wait minutes for every screen […]
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This site is beginning to grow and grow, and forward compatibility has lately been in my mind more. Several days ago this site passed twenty thousand unique visitors, and more than seventy thousand hits, since late August. I recently converted everything (except the photolog) to XHTML 1.1, which was nice, but it’s not the markup […]
Well the day so far has been really wonderful. Last night was spent with great friends watching movies, playing on the trampoline, huddling for warmth, and of course counting down to my birthday in central, mountain, and pacific time—new year’s eve style. After a few interesting experiences at House of Pies I found myself dog-tired […]
The meeting today of the Houston Wireless meeting tonight was very interesting, with a lot of blue sky concepts being discussed. Tonight’s guest was Alan Levy, the adviser to the United Nations Information and Communication Technologies Task Force. To be honest I was a bit confused by his terminology for probably the first part of […]
One of the true joys I find in reading different websites is when the author of whatever text you see has taken the time to make his text typographically pleasing to the eye through the use of proper typographical elements. CSS has enabled designers to shape text on the web in ways that allow for […]
I’m writing this mainly for my sister Charleen, who wanted to know this for something on Mullenweg.com, but hopefully it will be helpful to anyone wanting to learn a little HTML. Most Basic The purpose of the anchor, or <A> tag, is to reference someplace. Links are the very essence of the web, the hyper […]