For years, I’ve always had the cutting edge, expensive, computers, and rarely a laptop. That soon will change.
“You told him how long it would actually take you? How do you expect to be considered a Miracle worker if you tell them how long it will really take.”
Last night was a lunar eclipse on Solstice, which we won’t have again for a lifetime. And it was cloudy. Thankfully NASA has pictures.
I’ve been renovating my father’s website, and finally read his work. Mark Twain was right!
Were they asleep at the switch? I guess not. I really am a forum moderator on WordPress.Org. Which just means I can un-spam posts, really.
This week is class week (I’m learning how to code in .NET) and iPad week (I haz one!) and my friend’s kid’s Facebook ‘wedding’ (don’t ask, just don’t). But today I feel like I’m learning new things that are really easily a part of my everyday life. It’s amazing how much my WordPress ‘free’ work […]
I work in corporate America. Men outnumber women at a sickeningly high ratio. I work with many very smart people. I am a woman, and I have no college degree. I am well respected by my colleagues (if seen as aggressive and *ahem* argumentative and opinionated). But they know I do my job, I do […]
Blogetery was shut down, mysteriously, over the weekend. It was a WP MultiSite setup, with around 70k blogs. Not terribly abnormal to have an install that big, but the thing as an unnamed law enforcement agency shut them down. Details, such as they were, were posted at ReadWriteWeb: 70,000 Blogs Shut Down by U.S. Law […]
As far as the code goes, there’s nothing I think WordPress has to have right out of the box. No, really. As far as the basic ‘This is a blog’ software goes, I was able to make a new WordPress site, find a design I liked, spin a child-theme to tweak a couple things, teach […]