It’s summer. Between socializing, tending to a few domestic matters, computer issues, a little bit of admin and making a big push on the book (I have set myself a deadline in July for sending it out for review, though I’m a little flexible on the exact day), I’m neglecting the blog. So I guess […]
sterneworks and superbon were the subjects of a malware attack. They appear to be back up. The files have all been cleaned and I changed all my passwords. If you still get some kind of scary google notice about malware, please send me an email.
I’ve done a little housecleaning in the links bar. I deleted everything that hasn’t been updated in 6 months or more. If the blogs or sites come back to life, I’ll put them back. Of course I also added some new things. –The Montreal Sound Map is part of an internet phenomenon around acoustic […]
. . . in a month where Wired pronounced blogging so over and several other bloggers wondered about the future of their blogs I said, well, a whole lot of nothing. It’s not for lack of words but for lack of time. As you’ll see in my next post, my stepdad passed away early in […]
Apologies for the disappearance. More host troubles. I’ve been unable to access the blog for about 10 days (php redirect loop). Sterneworks is still broken (I have much less understanding of textpattern, alas), but at least we’re live here again. I finally gave up on tech support and just put in the time to fix […]
First, apologies to those who tried to comment on the last post and couldn’t. I accidentally checked a box that is now unchecked in the control panel, so please, Canadians, I still need your help. How can I, a nonvoter, help prevent a conservative majority? I don’t have a lot to say about the beginning […]
Hopefully I’ll have something more insightful to say about Australian culture after 3 weeks there. We leave tomorrow. I had hoped to entice a Francophone friend to take over the blog in my absence, to chronicle her attempts to get service in French at chain coffeeshops in NDG and Westmount (it’s funnier than it sounds), […]