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Roll Your Own

Three words that strike fear into the heart of many a wise system administrator. And not a few other sorts of smart people, too! In this case, though, I’m talking about rolling your own WordPress theme. ¬†This is one of those many, many projects that I’ve wanted to get to on that ever-elusive “one day” […]

A Month of Photographic Ideas

It’s never too late to get inspired! I know that I’ve missed almost a full week of December, but, well, I don’t think it’s too late to share a month-long photo challenge. Daniela Bowker, over at Photocritic.org, shared a 30 Day Photo Challenge she found via Twitter a couple of days ago, and I thought […]

Draft – Version Control For Writers

I am a geek. This may be self-evident based on the fact that I work in IT and maintain several websites including two blogs, but the implications of that may not be clear. In software development, of which I have done very, very little, there’s a concept called “version control”.¬† In brief, it’s about keeping […]

Just One Page

Blank pages frighten most writers, me included. I’ve often thought that one reason I took to blogging so well after “upgrading” my process from writing HTML pages in Notepad to using MoveableType was because the page wasn’t quite so blank and much smaller than the average text file. I found it easier to fill in […]


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