I’ve added a new “letters” sub-blog to my growing list of process-related journals. When I have the time to reply to a question, the resulting email is often of broader interest. I have a few other letters from conversations-past that I’ll put up as I come across them. Check the new section out at http://davidseah.com/letters.
I spent quite a bit of time this weekend burrowing out a larger website, adapting my old SeahTwentyTen and CleanrAgenceum WordPress themes to work with the new structure. I moved all my main website development into source control too, using Subversion. I also soft-launched Nonazon.com to use the “Cheap Websites” template (thus successfully eating my [...]
I spent a good chunk of time yesterday testing whether I could use the Network (aka Multisite) features of WordPress. The three holdups were the directory structure requirement, the inability to use “site folders” for legacy installations, and the new permalink structure. All three can be overcome, so I’ll be converting the website over the [...]
I’ve been away from WordPress for a little over three years, when I moved to Expression Engine (EE) on a dedicated virtual server. Well…I’m baaaack!
I am about to start the process of moving my website from Expression Engine back to WordPress. The export process is somewhat involved, so I will be disabling comments disabling comments for older posts until I get everything moved over and functioning again. Expect to see some hiccups over the next few days!
Images starting in late 2004… And ending in 2009. It’s interesting to see what caught my eye over the years over 1396 separate posts. The high resolution images are available as a Flickr Set (5120×5120). The collages were made using Google’s free Picasa 3 gallery program, sampling directly from the image directories I maintain for [...]
SUMMARY: I’m at the end of my first five years of blogging, and with the dawn of a new decade I’m wondering what the next year is going to be about. More daily conversations, I think, are in order. If you’re here for just productivity talk or design, update your RSS subscriptions to the topic-only [...]