Ye Olde Blogrolle* is due for some serious maintenance, but in the meantime, here’s two new additions: http://dylanmulvin.com and http://caitlinmckinney.ca/ — * A friend told me that “Ye” was actually pronounced “the.” Go figure.
Category Archives: Blog(ging)
It’s that time of year again. I’m nearing time to move to LA, backed up with work and flush with social engagements. Maybe I’ll get inspired in LA, but if not, I’ll see you in late August.
Also, I’m a WordPress idiot
I keep somehow accidentally turning off comments (the “user must be registered and logged in to comment” box keeps getting checked). Maybe this is a default reset every time I update WordPress? Anyway, comments are back on and I’ll try and keep them on.
I’ve been stealing a few minutes here and there since early summer to re-do my main website. It had been on textpattern, which is a not-all-that-well-supported CMS (that’s “content management system” for those not familiar with the jargon–it’s the software that runs your website for you and keeps everything in order). WordPress (which I use …
The New Normal, or Is That a Summer Hiatus Coming On?
For those readers not accustomed to the ways of academic blogs (which is mostly academic only by virtue of its association with its author), there is a tradition called the “summer hiatus.” People spend less time on the internet reading blogs and writers take time away. I tend not to announce such things but since …
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11 (On Professional Websites)
In the comments to #13, Aimee-Marie asked: I was considering putting together a simple website with some of my stuff (vita, pubs, etc) on it, but was given advice that this might lead to my information being “out of my control.” Since you’ve gone the other direction completely, I’m wondering if you had any energy …
Few things are lamer than a blog announcing its comeback and then not coming back, but I’m afraid that’s what has to happen here. I will continue to post at best intermittently for the rest of 2009–possibly longer–not for lack of content or inspiration, but for lack of time.