I want to talk about some upcoming changes in my life and this site.
I’ve been inactive on this blog for a while, busy with other projects. Every now and then, though, something interesting catches my eye.
Christmas time has rolled around again. Last year I posted a Christmas song on the site and there was some positive response (thanks friends and family), so I decided to do another one this year.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a virtual rock, you’ve heard about the blackout announced by several thousand websites on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. This site is not blacked out today, but I have censored my logo. I want to weigh … Continue reading
Today I released version 0.6 of WPQuotidian, my WordPress quote widget plugin. For more details visit the plugin page. … Continue reading
I woke up Monday morning and was eating breakfast in front of the TV. I flipped around and caught the end of “Fox and Friends” on Fox News. Larry Gatlin was guest hosting and at the end of the show he performed a song he’d written about how there was “no star in Bethlehem” tonight. I decided that I’d had it.
For those who are using WPQuotidian and are preparing to upgrade their websites to WordPress 3.3, I have tested the current version 0.5 under Release Candidate 2 and have verified that it works without problems.
I’m preparing to roll out a new category on the site. Having done a series of posts both on this site and the Business Intelligence For Business Professionals blog, now I want to present the other side: articles about business … Continue reading
I cranked out my first WordPress plugin today. If you’ll look to the right you’ll see “Wisdom For Today.” This uses a plugin I’m testing on the site that I’m calling WPQuotidian. The idea is simple: instead of having a … Continue reading
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