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“She was atwitter before there was a Twitter.”
Someone asked me about exporting their entire blog into something readable and printable. Here ya go.
Marketing Experiments Blog – This Just Tested: Stock images or real people? So what were the results? Well, Mrs. Generic finally met her match. It appears that an attractive smile is not a match for a good name. Overall, the … Continue reading
Ars Technica – Huge attack on WordPress sites could spawn never-before-seen super botnet: Security analysts have detected an ongoing attack that uses a huge number of computers from across the Internet to commandeer servers that run the WordPress blogging application. … Continue reading
You know how, when The Simpsons needs some material post haste, they piece together a clip show from pieces of previous Simpsons episodes? So what do the same thing, but with Facebook posts? And if you aren’t following me on … Continue reading
Using WordPress? Install Better WP Security to See How Many People are Trying to Break Into Your Site
I’m writing an article for work about WordPress security. Part of the process is trying different WordPress security plugins. One of the plugins I tried it Better WP Security, a Swiss army knife of security tools. One of its features … Continue reading
But hey, at least we got a cool name for our ice storm: KHHAAAAANN!
He’s trying to make it until his first unemployment check comes in.
Tam has basal cell carcinoma. Consider visiting her site and hitting the PayPal link during the giving season. I didn’t mention it until now because I had to wait until payday to kick in and it seemed sort of dubious … Continue reading
Facebook has moved everyone to the Timeline layout, so everyone needs a cover picture. The cover picture format is 851 x 315 pixels. Your pictures can be bigger than that – Facebook will resize them to fit. The main thing … Continue reading
PopcornMaker is a cool Internet-enabled, online movie tool with timeline-based editing. Pop in media from YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, or an HTML5 video source. Or start from scratch. Then add text, images, popups, Twitter feeds, Wikipedia articles, or GoogleMaps. Then either … Continue reading
From Niel Van Niekirk: Currently I have more than 9,000 fans, and previous to all this, every time I post a new selection of photos, it would usually show after a few days that I had reached an audience of … Continue reading
A couple of people emailed me to make sure I was OK since I haven’t been posting lately. Work has been keeping me extra busy and I took some time off last week for the kids’ fall break. I’m also … Continue reading
Recent versions of the Google XML Sitemaps plugin for WordPress create bad versions of the gzipped sitemap.xml file. Here’s how to check if yours does and fix the problem. First, find out which sitemap your site is telling search engines … Continue reading
But mostly it’s being busy and having a cold.