I’m not sure I like how the main blog page looks. While it seems to copy something like Ghost or Jekyll (some of the WordPress competitors popular among the technical set), It has something of an unfinished look to it. I do really like the way individual posts look, particularly when they have a featured […]
I haven’t completely changed hosting for all my domains, but I have changed it for this one. So it’s possible things may be broken for a bit while I root out all the errors. Or maybe I got lucky and everything will be perfect after the DNS is done propagating.
Slight modifications are made for a more pleasing experience
In which our author explains the reason for the change and documents the old theme.
Another event has once again cemented my thoughts that the informed technical person needs to run their own services rather than depend upon the benevolence of companies. It started with Google closing Google Reader. Then Facebook and Twitter got extra censorious. During all that, people started abusing DMCA requests on Youtube. Recently Google decided to […]
Because I’m using WP Super Cache to reduce the strain on the server, there’ll be a lot of older posts and pages with the old theme. I didn’t notice this until I loaded up my blog at work. The main page was fine as it’s incredibly dynamic, but many of the pages (as opposed to […]
Almost exactly two years ago, I changed to the Twenty Thirteen theme. It was a breath of fresh air after what I’d used before. The font is beautiful and it was much less cluttered than the themes I’d used before. One of the things I like is that the color scheme quickly tells the user […]
I’ve been hearing about the members of the Giant Bombcast talk about participating in the Extra Life video game marathon for a few years now. For some reason, when the 2014 event happened, I decided to look into it to see if I could participate this year. When I started looking into it around a […]
I can’t believe I’ve been blogging on here for TEN YEARS! Here’s a link to my first post. Time has really flown by! Ten years ago I didn’t even think blogging would still be a thing in ten years time. So far I’m still on WordPress, although I finally moved away from the server. prefix […]
Just realized Jetpack hasn’t been working 100% correctly since I changed URLs. Got it working correctly and I think I lost all my old stats. Oh well.
One Year Ago Today: A story about the IRS targeting Conservatives. (Which later turned out to be a somewhat manufactured crisis, since the IRS was also targeting Liberals) Five Years Ago Today: A photo essay about moving into my first house.
One Year Ago Today: A photojojo post – which is getting almost recursive, since that contains photos from the year before. Five Years Ago Today: No post
One Year Ago Today: I score a great interview with I Fight Dragons about their Kickstarter. Five Years Ago Today: No Post
One Year Ago Today: A strange typo in an email from Amazon. Five Years Ago Today: A tutorial for Geo-Tagging your photos that still holds. (Although if you use Digikam you can do it a lot more seamlessly)
One Year Ago Today: A look back at the past ten years since WordPress turns 10. Also, a super cute photo of Scarlett. Five Years Ago Today: A review of Dan’s Blog. I know Dan’s been really busy. But Dan needs to get back to blogging. I love Dan’s blog posts. Dan! BLOG!