Tag Archive for 'blogging'

AllMyBrain is Tweeting

I’ve succumbed to the Micro Blogging movement. I figure it’s a little easier to keep people posted on various topics by posting a tweet rather than adding a new blog post for small items of information or links. Fell free to follow @allmybrain. I added a Twitter widget to WordPress as well, which seems to […]

A review of sponsoredreviews

I’ve terminated my sponsoredreviews.com account. It was a fun experiment, and I did indeed receive some cash on the side, but it’s just not worth the time I guess. I don’t think any readers of this site are actually are interested in the reviews anyway. I tried to write them in a way that was […]

Upgrading to WordPress 2.3 and the New Built-in Tagging Feature

I’ve barely completed an upgrade to WordPress 2.3. Out of many new improvements, one which stood out to me is the integrated tagging support. No longer, is it necessary to download one of the many tagging plugins. Some things I noticed during the upgrade: My existing tagging plugin broke at the time of the upgrade. […]

Pardon my dust

I found that my theme was not working correctly in Internet Explorer (Gee, imagine that.) Rather than search for another, I’ve decided to tweak it myself. Pardon my lack of styles for a bit. Edit There. I’ve created a new template, based on my old template’s stylesheet, that uses YUI Grids instead of a home […]

My New Bookmark Widget

Ok, I found a widget that could replace the bookmark widget by simply allowing a customizable interface to the wp_list_bookmarks function. This is a highly customizable function that not only lets you grab all the bookmarks, but allows customization of how they are displayed. The widget gives you an interface that lets you change parameters […]

WordPress and Caching

I just installed the plugin wp-cache. I’m not sure why more WordPress users don’t enable this. From the Wp-Cache description: WP-Cache is an extremely efficient WordPress page caching system to make you site much faster and responsive. It works by caching Worpress pages and storing them in a static file for serving future requests directly […]



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