Category Archives: blogging
A while back, to try to figure out how to port stuff from Expression Engine to WordPress, and because we wanted to migrate to WordPress ourselves, I archived the original Blogblivion to that date, porting the most recent posts that … Continue reading
Sorry for the lack of updates. Things have been hectic and… interesting. This isn’t the only place in town, of course, and I’ve even revived Carnival of the Capitalists as a Twittercentric thing.
The job I have totally not blogged about as intended is planning to keep me beyond seasonal. I am “reliable and a hard worker.” I’d been wanting to post about how cool it is, in terms of logistics, handling and … Continue reading
Are all the happy people on the internet actually happy, or do they just play happy people on the internet?
DaGoddess on blogging, journals, and self-censorship. Of course, we can’t really be honest here or people show up at our door and threaten us, apparently. But I agree with her anyway.
Henry says that is not allowed. But then, neither is anything else. Besides holding him so he can fall asleep no put me down no pick me up no put me down hey shiny thing ah relaxing yay let me … Continue reading
I’ve spent much of the night not asleep, and ended up perusing some old material here and there. I wondered whether I would get different results on some of the quiz thingies. Here are some of them. In the first … Continue reading
I did a double-take when I saw Glenn saying that Grand Rounds was celebrating its fifth anniversary, since I remembered them starting after CotC, which would have been five in a few weeks had it not lapsed. Indeed, their first … Continue reading
I have updated the domains for sale post with the links to the auctions that didn’t have links available yet at the time.
I am about to repost a bunch of posts I did about my various experience, mainly listing different software, etc. I had used over time, with sometimes excessive elaboration about the circumstances. This is potentially useful to me for reference, … Continue reading
Our friend Jeff Soyer is at the time of year when he could use a small hand. While we not only can’t help, but are not out of the woods ourselves, I can at least point people there.
I have 19 pictures queued of Henry… just from the latest set off the camera. So much for his being neglected compared to the girls, if I post all those. I’m debating whether to just post them normally, split them … Continue reading
I’ve been a big fan of Day by Day since around the time I started blogging. Chris has traffic we could only dream of, and while there have been bloggers in the past who pled faux bandwidth costs to raise … Continue reading
Is adopting my birthday blogging thing. Indeed, happy birthday to Todd Steed.
This is an updated and abbreviated version of a post I have been meaning to write and have a couple times had partially written for weeks, and relates to mentions here (linked by Sarah in this awesome post), and over … Continue reading
So I still haven’t finalized the blog migration, though mostly you wouldn’t notice. Not just the little details to fix up, and things like the blogroll. Going from Expression Engine to WordPress, as a full migration, was tough but not … Continue reading
It’s sad. I have a substantial precursor post. And a big post. And another big post. And I have to write them. Oh, hi kids! Heh. Meanwhile, if you come here and you see an error instead of the blog, … Continue reading
So eventually I’ll finish, or at least continue, the blogrolls and no longer have to open the old blog to click to people. I have yet to get comfortable with a feed reader, so pretty much if it’s on my … Continue reading
There were no birthdays and I’ve been buried in kids all day, so I haven’t posted. Which was not my intention at all. Oh well. Time to make supper.