While checking out Google Trends today I learned that Tiger Woods may have farted, Screech isn’t in People Magazine’s cover photo, Bill Clinton is in North Korea negotiating the release of two American journalists, and Ashton Kutcher posted to twitpic a photo of Demi Moore’s butt.
WordPress 2.5 won .net magazine‘s Open source application of the year for 2009 (issue 184). WordPress is an awesome blogging platform and CMS. It deserves all the accolades it receives. Version 2.7 is better yet (I upgraded three blogs in the past day). Thanks a bunch, Matt. And congratulations.
Kirsten wants to write more personal and edgy blog posts than are really suited to our family blog, Danley.org, so she asked me to help her set up her own. I had set up a blog for her a year ago but she never even made the initial post. Regardless, I was thrilled at her […]
The Rhetoric is Gravatar enabled, which means your gravatar will show up next to your comments. Pretty cool, eh? If you don’t have a gravatar go to http://en.gravatar.com/ and sign up for free. You’ll upload your avatar for each email address with which you blog, set a rating for each and voila!, you’re done. Gravatar […]
Danley.org is now up and running! Check it out. We plan to have weekly posting assignments for the girls. It will be a place for Kirsten and the girls and I to post pictures, videos, stories, drawings, recipes and all manner of neat things about and by our little family. Add the feed to your […]
The Rhetoric uses the WordPress CMS as it’s blogging engine. Until yesterday it was on version 2.1. I’ve intended to upgrade for some time to take advantage of the new features, themes, widgets and overall ease of use. Yesterday was the day. The Rhetoric is now running on WordPress version 2.6.3. I chose the iNove […]