I’ve completed the first three weeks of my Fit Challenge. This week I lost one pound, bringing my three week total to 9 lbs. I was disappointed in the apparent drop, but Gina at Outdoor Fitness Adventure Club reminded me what one pound of butter looks and feels like. The photo to the right shows […]
Archives for February 2011
It’s been said that everything you do or say on the Internet is there for ever. But even with all the various websites and services we use, it’s still not easy to collect all those tweets, posts, photos and other artifacts in a organized way. Flavors.me does a fair job of aggregating this data, and […]
Time lapse videos have always fascinated me. Maybe it’s the illusion of condensing time to a higher data density. All I know is I’m not alone. Vimeo has an entire channel devoted to time-lapse videos, such as this: I honestly don’t know how the pros do it, but thanks to the ReelMoments iPhone app, you […]
Sometimes life doesn’t follow the script you wrote. Today was such a day. I write this from my couch here I’m resting with a 100.4 degree fever. My sweetheart brought Chipotle over and we’re watching Bottle Shock on Netflix. Not half bad, but here’s to a healthier Saturday!
There are a lot of different methods you can use to backup your WordPress website, but if you like simplicity and automation, there are only two that matter. Rather than blather on with a long list of plugins or instructions for using phpMyAdmin or cpanel, just buck up, choose one of these and sleep easy […]
It’s been a long time coming, but WordPress 3.1 is officially released! Code named “Reinhard” after jazz great* Django Reinhard, WordPress 3.1 includes some great new functionality. A few key highlights: Easier to add internal links in a post or page with a killer lookup. An amazing new post formats feature that allows theme developers […]
Social media is often cast as being at odds with enterprise initiatives such as knowledge management. There is a sense that as people embrace and use social media tools like Twitter, Yammer, LinkedIn and Quora, the enterprise loses control over their knowledge. While this is certainly true, it’s also nothing new. There have always been and […]