Posts Tagged ‘Weblogs’


Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004

I need to take the time and make one of those little floating hackergotchi heads one can find on so many sites (Planet GNOME, specifically).

Update: Uh-oh… I’m on jdub’s list.

Tigert updated his website too!

Thursday, September 9th, 2004

Tuomas also tigert just switched over to WordPress as well. Fun! (:

Jakub’s GIMP tips

Friday, September 3rd, 2004

Jakub has recently posted some nice GIMP tips on his blog.

IE’s future or Firefox’s present?

Wednesday, August 25th, 2004

On the "IEBlog" (Microsoft’s web journal which Internet Explorer developers post about the Microsoft browser), a list of most requested features has just been posted. Do the requested IE features seem familiar at all? It’s pretty much a 1:1 IE request to Firefox feature.

If you’re using Internet Explorer, you really should switch to Firefox and benefit from these features today.

moblog (mobile photo log) available!

Friday, July 9th, 2004

I now have a moblog a better moblog on flickr available. I can take pictures with my phone and upload them to that website. (:

Beta-test the blog

Friday, July 9th, 2004

Check out my site using WordPress, in a migration from some custom hacks over the years. It’s in beta testing now, so expect the comments over there to be temporal (basically, they will most likely be wiped out from time to time).

Let me know what you think so far (and do so over on the old-fashioned news system so your comment will be preserved).

G8 Summit

Wednesday, June 9th, 2004

I’m temporarily living back down in Savannah for a short while. By chance, I moved back in time for the G8 Summit, which is currently the big thing going on here in the area.

Various news sites have aggregate stories (articles with links to others on the topic), including WSAV and WTOC.Also, there are a lot of news stories about the streets being heavily patrolled with law enforcement of various types.

I personally have seen several police and military vehicles of all sorts while driving around recently. Just yesterday, there was a huge caravan of around fifteen cars, all with lights flashing, traveling in the same direction I was (at least for a while). Thankfully, I was going in the right direction, as all the other roads in every other direction were all blocked off (with lots of traffic backed up behind the barricades), and I must have seen around twenty to thirty police cars stopping the flow of traffic.

It’s interesting to note that there is even an official blog for the Savannah G8 Summit, complete with its own RSS feed.