How I Accidentally Torched My Wife’s Blog, and How I (Mostly) Recovered It

  Let’s rewind a year. My wife’s first published book is in editing. We discuss her need for a professional author’s website. I take a look at what I’m paying for Windows hosting with Arvixe, and think about how irritating it’s been and how many things I can’t control, and how their service has been […]

Hello, nosey people!

In the process of updating my résumé, I realized that in this increasingly Facebook-social-networking time, people might very well take the presence of a personal domain in the email address of an applicant as an invitation to look at their life. Go ahead. Feel free. I mostly write about my cats, it seems, and I […]

OpenID support

I’ve added OpenID support for comments — meaning that you can log in as a LiveJournal user, and if you’re already logged in at your LiveJournal page, you’ll share the same identity. Aside from LiveJournal, not too many places are using it yet, but it is a neat idea. I’ve yet to figure out how […]

Updated to 2.01

I gutted and directly screwed with our databases, and with negligible downtime I’ve updated Mandrina‘s and my blogs with the newest version of WordPress. See any difference? No? Then I did my job right.

What’s this site running?

So I think it’s interesting what pieces I cobbled together to get this site running… WordPress is the primary software Multiply, a multi-user plugin that kinda works for WordPress a bit of hand editing .htaccess — mostly RewriteRules. a bit of hand editing of the siteurl option setting for WordPress Time Patience Luck And special […]