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Three years? Seriously? It’s been almost three years since I posted to this thing? Time to start writing again.
Well, in 5 minutes I’m going to go pick up a moving truck, and starting tomorrow I’m going to drive it from Chicago to San Jose, with a brief stop in Boulder. I’ll try to blog, twitter, photograph, perhaps audioblog? … Continue reading →
If you’re college age, technically and mathematically inclined, and detail oriented… I suggest Civil Engineering.
Whee, security fixes. This was my first test of SVN vendor branches, and I managed to hork up the web directory pretty bad when I first did it, but a quick fresh checkout and everything was fine. Duly noted: When … Continue reading →
Steven Engelhardt succumbs. This is why good anti-spam software trumps SQL. I only spent 6 months deleting spam from MT and adding to the blacklist by hand before I went looking for a better way. That way is Spam Karma.
Well, in this case it was real bad. Here’s a tip: When using the “RSS widget” in WordPress, do not point it to any web-based feed. While moving files around, I managed to make the Gallery RSS feed completely nonexistant, … Continue reading →
WordPress has some pretty crappy code buried in it… the curse of PHP. I can’t complain too much because it’s still a very robust platform with a good community and the best anti-spam plugin. That having been said, WordPress has … Continue reading →
Keith is leaping into the breach with Sandbox. Welcome. Two tips: The first is that you can use CSS to do the header image without altering the base theme files. The second is that when you do edit your custom … Continue reading →
RSS is a crappy spec, so this blog is now 100% atom. And instead of serving up the same feed on a half dozen different URLs, I’m now redirecting all the feeds to /feed/atom. Dang ole feeds.
So, a while back I switched from using a hand-written (in PHP) theme to using this awesome little piece of code that generates a semantically useful page that can then be CSS styled. On another site still under development, I … Continue reading →