Daily Links for Sunday, December 20, 2009

Open Source WordPress 2.9, Now with Built-in Image Editor and Delete Undo Softpedia / Lucian Parfeni The latest version of the world most popular self-hosted blogging platform, WordPress 2.9, is now out and available for everyone to download and install. It’s been quite a while since the last major update,…

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Sunday morning WordPress installation maintenance

Effective January 1, 2010, this site does not use Drupal and instead uses only WordPress. This site is a merge of WordPress and Drupal, with the former handling the blog and the latter everything else. I use variations on the Garland theme originally developed for Drupal to try to make…

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Daily Links for Tuesday, October 13, 2009 – Springsteen Edition

Music Springsteen plays last show at Giants Stadium National Public Radio (NPR) Many photos of the last show are included with this article. Friday night’s show – which drew nearly 60,000 people and lasted for more than three hours – was the last concert at the venue in East Rutherford.…

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Life with Linux: More apps

I’ve been working on tuning the Linux installation I have on my work Lenovo Thinkpad T400, and it’s time to add a few more applications. I’ll break them down by category. User Interface One feature I really like on OS X for the Mac is the ability to change the…

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Weekend progress on the website: using Drupal and WordPress together

Effective January 1, 2010, this site does not use Drupal and instead uses only WordPress. This weekend I made some progress on the grand website unification: how to use Drupal and WordPress together while achieving a relatively consistent look and feel across both environments. To recap, I had been using…

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Hello Drupal (and WordPress will stay)

Effective January 1, 2010, this site does not use Drupal and instead uses only WordPress. If you’ve been to my website recently and clicked on any of the sidebar links that are not blog or photo related, you probably saw a different look for the content. Over last weekend I…

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Wiki thoughts

As long time readers may know, I’ve occasionally raised the spectre of adding a wiki to this website. Every few months I would look around at what was available, check out and install the famous ones like Mediawiki, as well as the smaller and less well known packages. Sometimes the…

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