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Archives for December 2007
I was looking for an offline tool for Freshbooks – no luck – but I did run across a great website which typifies to me many of the things which a weblog should be.
My best advice: if you can keep computers out of your life, do. Nothing more reliable and crash resistant than pen and paper. Tolstoy, Stendhal and Lermontov.
Spent most of the day working on Foliopress WYSIWYG together with Peter Baran. Our solution for the WordPress WYSIWYG and image handling nightmare is coming along quite brilliantly well. This is what the basic toolbar looks like.
Microsoft, embraced, extended and extinguished through the eighties and nineties. In the end it turns, out Microsoft has paid more than $4.2 billion in antitrust and patent infringements, not counting the impending EU (European Union) settlement.
A quest for a forum without hundreds of buttons and lines going every direction. The negative effect of design on traffic.
The best single website on the internet is the Wikipedia. There is more useful information and less disinformation there than on any other single substantial site. No surprise Google puts Wikipedia in the top ten for almost everything. Somewhat of a surprise then that Google has decided to create a pseudo-Wikipedia by the name of […]
The latest addition to the How to Hack a WordPress Theme covers how to get those cool edit buttons on to both pages and posts by changing just a single php file in your template.
XRay, this amazing – and free – bookmarklet tells you all the CSS and structure for any element on a page.
There are a few weblogs where the comments are better than the article. To get to this point, many of the articles have to be very good to build up a readership capable of creating collective intelligence.
I recommend reading the full article on How to Comment Code in WordPress templates if commenting WordPress templates is something you need it do occasionally. It will save you a lot of time.