Post Tagged with: "blogging"

 

My Evolving Blog & Posterous

    May 7, 2009 at 2:20 pm in design
 

I’ve been using Posterous for a bit now and I really like it. Though I do hope they make an upgrade to the bookmarklet so that tags are easier to include when posting ‚Äî their current solution for this is rather kludgey. Posterous is interesting as I’ve also learned how I use it, which is different than how I use […]

 

Ruminations on Blog Revamp

    May 5, 2009 at 7:00 pm in design
 

I’ve been contemplating revamping CatCubed. As I mentioned in my last post, I’ve taken notice of Rubin Starset’s lifestream page and while I still dislike the firehose that is a lifestream, I’ve been thinking that there may be a useful middle ground. While I like my current design I never really cared for the clutter of the right columns. As […]

 

Post from my iThing

 

First post from my iPhone. Had to upgrade my wordpress install and convert my old UTW tags to wordpress tags. The UTW was causing a communication error. Well here goes — hitting post — hopefully this doesn’t throw up a new error.

 

Ow the resemblance it hurts

Ow the resemblance it hurts
    February 20, 2008 at 6:16 pm in life
 

I do this way too often.

 

Wake up and smell your lost anonymity

    December 27, 2007 at 12:57 pm in design
 

I for one don’t understand all the uproar about the new Google Shared feature. I posted my shared items as a list on my public blog from day one of using Google Reader, and I have enjoyed followed the shared items of others like Scott Beale of Laughing Squid. I was really happy to see the shared feature expand as […]

 

Welcome internets, please make yourself at home. Would you like something to drink?

    August 16, 2007 at 3:32 pm in life
 

TUAW has posted about the iPhone/Gmail/IMAP email hybrid setup tutorial I created. And now the internet horde has come making my earlier site stats look laughable. As all you new here may notice, I commit the number one sin of blogging by not focusing on any one topic. My interests are eclectic ranging from web design, neuroscience and psychology, online […]