January 04, 2003

Sun, 05 Jan 2003 04:48:26 GMT

Geeky Project Notes is online...I'll work on the form more over the next few weeks and get the standard navigation and branding settled out, but this will have to do for now - I can't stop yawning ;) The substance will also evolve as my thinking on the various topics evolve as well...

Moving Radio went without a hitch as well - I think this is a much better solution than having it installed on my laptop. Now I can post from anywhere via email or through the console as well. This gives me the same flexibility that I had before, but with the added convenience of being able to fix posts after hitting send as well.

Now if I can just figure out the few final formatting glitches that Radio forces on me, I think I'll be set...
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Sun, 05 Jan 2003 03:59:37 GMT

test via remote access - this should work with no problems - thanks for the motivation Brett. :)
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testtest - yay works. Radio has perma-home and domain name etc. yay. I rule. etc.
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Sun, 05 Jan 2003 02:49:50 GMT

ROTD: This just in from Joe... ALLOFTHEGOODDOTCOMNAMESAREGONESOIHADTOTAKETHISONE.COM ...and now they officially are I suppose...
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Sat, 04 Jan 2003 19:56:54 GMT

I don't really like Technorati - mainly because it works quite well. While it does a great job of illustrating the blog cosmos, it does an even better job of making me feel like I'm off in my own universe. But, it also told me this morning that (amongst other bits of gossip) Mark McFadden has started a blog. This is cool - Mark is one of the people I met through ICANN circles. He's a neat guy with a good sense of humor - you can already see traces of it through the beginnings of his blog. Hopefully he carries on with it past Radio's 30 day freebie. Some blog notes - I've decided to add two new experimental sections to the blog - one will act as a diary for my photographic experiments and the other will be a running geek "to-do" list. I've been thinking that using the outliner would be a really neat way to collate my mental plans with the online resources that make them work...it'll make more sense when you see it. Lastly, I'm changing Radio homes this weekend as well. If you notice anything weird, drop me an email and I'll try to fix it as quickly as I can wrap my head around it.
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