Flock is a browser mashup based on Firefox, with a wonderful built-in blog editor (among other things). I’ve used it with MT in the past, and now giving the WordPress integration a try. Will it work? EDIT: Indeed it does! technorati tags:flock, wordpress Blogged with Flock
Archives for August 2006
Now that the blog is working (and on the new server, I might add), it’s time to recap the first day of User Experience Week. It started at about 3:00 AM yesterday morning, when I left for the airport. Fortunately at that hour, there was no traffic, and the lines for American Airlines weren’t too […]
Every see those Staples commercials where they use an “easy” button to solve tough problems? Upgrading to WordPress from Movable Type was a bit like that. Setup a database, edit a file, upload everything. Voila! WordPress was up-and-running. Then to migrate the existing content from MT. That took only a little more effort, requiring me […]
Don’t fret! I’m assured all my old posts will import just fine and everything will be up-and-running in another cup of coffee… Keep your fingers crossed and hope that the flakey internet connection at the hotel here in DC holds on!
Next week, I’ll be in Washington D.C. attending Adaptive Path’s fifth annual User Experience Week. U/X Week focuses on the design of effective web applications — from the user’s perspective. There are some great speakers lined up, including Steve Johnson, author of Everything Bad Is Good for You; Jeffrey Veen, a founding partner of Adaptive […]
Have you ever been in a situation where you wished your cell phone would ring? Maybe you wanted to look extra important or popular on that hot date. Or maybe you just needed an excuse to escape from an unpleasant meeting. With The Popularity Dialer, you can plan ahead. Via a web interface, you can […]