August, 2012

  1. My Internet is Broken

    I came home this evening to non-working @centurylink DSL. I spent the next several hours on the phone with their tech support and the tech support for the NetGear modem. The CentryLink support insisted that my line tested fine and modem must have gone bad while I was at work. I thought this unlikely since…

  2. Mailbox →

    I hope Mailbox is awesome. I badly want a way to triage my mail: shuffle emails around into buckets, tackle them by topic and importance, etc. (thanks MG)

  3. TweetDeck and Twitter Lists

    My “following” list on Twitter is made up primarily of people who I know in real life (who aren’t too verbose on Twitter), with a few choice “entertainment” gems. I like it this way, it keeps the noise to a level where I can generally keep up with folks I care about. At WordCamp San…

  4. Sticky Post Support in Carrington Core

    Carrington Core hasn’t changed much over the last few years. It’s stable, does what it’s supposed to do, and is extensible via standard WordPress APIs. Last night I merged in code to implement a new/overlooked feature for the first time in quite a while: support for sticky posts. This is part of the posts context,…

  5. Related: running out of impress.js customizations/tweaks to use as procrastination fodder.

  6. I’ve had most of this WordCamp technical presentation mapped out for months, but the details are important.