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  • ArtLung Semidaily Links
    In 2004 the linkblogging bug bit me. I was inspired by Jorn Barger and Andy Baio. This predated twitter, and Facebook of course. And providing an updated list of “what’s cool” was really fun to do. I gave up on it in 2005, and found the original del.icio.us and moved everything there. In the 8…

  • Scrobbling with last.fm
    I have had a last.fm account since 2005. Most of the music represented in here is from a long time ago. The only brand new additions on the list above are My Bloody Valentine and Blooper, who I first became aware of only in the last few months. I was scrobbling a lot in 2005,…
  • Watch this: about code, creativity, creation, and principle.
    Astonishing, mindblowing, and suspiciously self-evident once you see it. Brilliant. Bret Victor – Inventing on Principle from CUSEC on Vimeo. Follow Jeff Victor on Twitter.

  • Richard Gate (and jQuery)
    Richard Gate is my brother-in-law. I’ve mentioned him once before. I put together a website for him in February 2007. I think it’s a great little site that does precisely what it needs to. It introduces you to an artist’s work. I worked with him this week to provide something interesting on the main richardgate.com…

  • ArtLung Rosetta: comparative anatomy for JavaScript Libraries
    Back in 2010 I mentioned presenting on ArtLung Rosetta. Well, the thing I wanted to do back then, I have finally done, and that’s add AJAX examples for all the libraries. So, for example, here’s loading a chunk of HTML into a certain div from a link click in the different libraries: dojo dojo.connect(dojo.byId('ajaxloadHtml'), 'onclick',…

  • joecrawford.com, 2012. With Bootstrap.
    Yesterday I modified my site joecrawford.com. I purchased the domain in 1999 thinking that it would be important to have a more “professional” domain than “artlung.” I go back and forth about the utility of that. Back in 2011 sometime, I decided to remove most of the ways to contact me, and remove the self…

  • Updated Open Graph Protocol Tools Plugin
    I updated my Open Graph Protocol Tools plugin, on GitHub and on WordPress.org‘s SVN. It’s been a long time since I updated the plugin, shamefully long time actually. But hopefully I’ve addressed all the existing issues and if any new ones come up I can knock them out quickly.

  • Visualizing and Emerging Blog Content
    As I mentioned, I’ve been doing extensive reclamation of my blog archives in such a way that old headers get displayed. So you can see that in action for the Blog Archives from September 2002. The first row is is a set of buttons: back one year, back one month, archives for the current year,…

  • Filtering a Podcast Feed with Yahoo Pipes
    I like podcasts quite a bit, and one of my favorites for many many years (at least since 2004) has been IT Conversations. If I loved all their stuff, all I have to do it load up iTunes and subscribe. If I’m old school I can get the RSS feed link and do Advanced ->…

  • Random Affirmation
    Small project that, on click, loads new affirmations. A photo from Leah, some jQuery with AJAX, and voila. I like it. If anyone has suggestions for a “random thing of the day” type thing, please let me know. The JavaScript I code to attach the behavior is: $.ajax( {type: "POST" , url: "generate-affirmation.php" , beforeSend:…

  • Using tags: “Drawings”; How I use WordPress get_the_image()
    If you’re like me, maybe you have a pile of posts in your WordPress database. I have 3426 posts in here. It’s a giant database of stuff. Good stuff, bad stuff, short stuff, long stuff. Slicing and dicing that content in a way that makes sense, or that allows you to find what you have…
  • Most Commented Page and Shortcode
    Gary Come Home (18) I am 36. (17) Listening, Thinking, and Gestating. (14) San Francisco Suggestions? (14) Ché the Cat 1997-2006 (12) Migrating an old Blogger blog to WordPress (12) Today: The Day (11) Posts That Might Be (11) I’m 37. (11) Mom and the Cancer (11) My Name in Japanese, 1987 (10) Are you…

  • “Fun” with Gallery 1.5.3, 1.5.10, 2, 3RC1; Leahpeah photos
    I mentioned moving Leah over to WordPress a few days ago, and that went well. I’ve been migrating over her prior content and deleting unused content a bit since then. In rooting through the site, I came across this: … which we put in place when there were folks deeplinking some larger images on her…
  • Blogger FTP Migration Tool: Does not account for your images
    Blogger has done work to create a migration tool for Blogger FTP users and is doing great communication. You can move to a blogspot blog, (which you could do before) or change from self-hosting to being hosted by Blogger/Google by changing the DNS to point at Google’s servers. This is similar to how tumblr handles…

  • Fussy.org To WordPress
    The inestimable, very funny Eden Kennedy was also stuck with Blogger. So she and her over 1200 posts and 15000 comments (!) were stuck on Blogger without FTP. I’m proud to announce that in the main, things are moved over and working anew. I’ve done the redirects for old archives, though there are some custom…

  • Blog Migration, Lura.net
    Speaking of blog migrations from Blogger to WordPress, here’s a successful one: Initially Lura was hosted under Windows and IIS. PHP was installed on her former server, but it did not really respond appropriately and the various IIS/WordPress/”mod_rewrite” hacks did not seem to work. So I advised her to move to PHP/Apache. Things went pretty…

  • Migrating an old Blogger blog to WordPress
    I’m an expert now at migrating old Blogger Blogs. Google, the owner of Blogger, has decided to shut off FTP posting, which has left many people stranded. They could have improved their algorithms, instead, things are shut off. I am now a reluctant expert at migrating Blogger blogs to WordPress. If you have a more…
  • paulmbowers.com screenshot
    Paul M Bowers
    In this post from 8 years ago, I mention Paul M Bowers, a photographer that was around the corner from us at AVENCOM in San Diego. He took many of our photos. I thought I’d check out his site, http://www.paulmbowers.com/, and see how it had changed. I’m actually sort of delighted that it is the…