I decided that since about 99.999% of what I do on my website is the blog or the gallery, I’ve moved my website around to have the blog on the front page. That’s all. Since I had everything in a blog folder, fixing this in WordPress took only a couple minutes. Two changes in settings, […]
I moved to Chicago on Bloomsday, 1997. In 1998, I had created a cute little site that was pretty much ‘A Jorja Fox homepage’. Small, teeny, informational, and rather in keeping with web design in the late 1990s. The site had grown from this one page I had on my college website, and then later […]
We interrupt this program (a recap of a trip to Japan) with an Olympic update. NBC has many problems with their website, least of which is how difficult it is to find out who won what on the mobile version. Last night, many people on the East Coast went to bed before the Womens Gymnastic […]
I decided to make the blog look like the main site. That is all.
Way back in 2003, Verisign made a DNS change that said â€˜all fake .com and .net addresses point to THIS address, instead of nothing at all.â€™ And everyone got pissed off.
No, that wasn’t a hint, but frankly I don’t see a reason to chance it when it comes to spam!
Good bye, Movable Type. We’ll miss you.
Before you ask ‘Why? What about what!?’ go check out Define:Wiki and come back. We’ll still be here.