I recently published my 1, 500th post on the this blog. To celebrate I put together a little presentation.
I have a new idea for this blog: posting things I remember from the past.
I like to engage in periodic navel-gazing about blogging and this seems like as good a time as any, as I am now upgraded to WordPress 3.5.
For my Spanish-speaking in-laws (many) and fans (none) I’ve added a translation tool to the sidebar menu.
I’m posting from my new smart phone, which means I’m typing with my thumbs.
I’ve upgraded and made a few changes to the new default them but I think I’m finally giving up control over all the little functional details.
It seems I have not written much here since our trip to Europe and I don’t know why.
The Press-Citizen’s opinion page is like a sincere version of The Onion.
I was reviewing some old posts and was dismayed to see how much profanity I use in this blog.
The most visited post on this website last month was a hasty, mistake-ridden entry from four years ago.
“The Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging” didn’t reveal much more to me about blogging, but had some solid, common sense advice for a successful blog.
I’ve been trying out NextGen Gallery, a WordPress photo gallery plug-in.
I’ve been involved in some discussion within our agency about how to use online social networking.
Ever since I was in high school, my English teachers have stressed the importance of strong opening sentences.
I’m trying to come up with a better name for the Virtual Adam category of this blog.
Jeanie’s blog drew some controversy and more comments than usual.
I’ve discovered three other blogs titled “Terminal Moraine”.
I heard a story on NPR about call for a “Code of Conduct” for the World Wide Web. The idea has been floated and debated by some influential tech bloggers. Proponents claim it would restore civility, accountability, and the confidence of bloggers who get heaped with offensive and threatening messages. Critics call it censorship. I […]
An unfortunate side effect of having my own blog is comment spam. It’s similar to e-mail spam but it comes in through the comment form on posts and is loaded with links that presumably help the spammer get ahead on search engines like Google. I can moderate the comments so that the spam is never […]
My blog is in general a quiet one, read frequently by my friends and relatives who use it to keep in touch. But today I received a comment here from someone actually threatening to tell my coworkers why I called in sick this week. I posted why–or at least the part I cared to share […]