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ArtLung posts tagged with “blogging” ·

  • Offline Blog Tools
    Some months ago I was prompted to learn a bit more about the tools out there for offline and online alternating blogging tools. Not server software, but applications which allow you to compose your blog and post when you have online access. I was not very impressed by any of them, but then I also…
  • Blogquitting
    Another unearthed post, half-thought, half-written, and now posted, post-dated. I suppose some folks can just quit blogging. The main story of bloggers who stop blogging is that they can’t actually stop. I’m not talking about the sad characters who read they need a blog, do it for a week and then their sites sit on…
  • ArtLung Blogpost Count
    MAS did it, then JeSais did it, and heck, I was curious. What is the number of times I’ve posted to blogs I’ve participated in? artlung.com: 3,160 posts on my personal blog (posting since 2001). sandiegoblog.com: 698 posts from me on my old city blog. No longer posting there much since I sold it. ronny…
  • Eloquent Defense of Kidblogging
    Heather “Dooce” Armstrong has had a busy few weeks. The book she edited was released, she went to New York and came back, and she appeared on National Television™. Hidden in among all that activity is as eloquent a defense of blogging about your kid as I’ve ever read, and it’s well worth reading for…
  • Movable Type Open Source
    Movable Type went open source yesterday, and I don’t care. Too little, too late. A long time ago, it seemed like MT was the way to put together a blog. It was free for personal use, it was good, it was used by heavyweights of blogging. But I could never get past two things: the…
  • Where There’s a Misc There’s a Way
    The language in this is not safe for work, but the sentiments are important: How to Irritate and Annoy People in the Name of Blogging A lot of people I know or know of are blogging about the fires in San Diego: Sassy, JeSais, MAS, MissEwon, Chuck, and Geoff. Also, people I haven’t met: Raph…
  • Lots of Individuated Blog Entries!
    I’ve been on a tear of posting lots of individual entries with neat stuff I found or stuff that upsets or entrances me. Well, there will be more of that. Soon I’ll take a breath and talk more seriously and at more length about: changes in my personal life, changes in my professional life, and…
  • Being referred to now…
    Being referred to now. Scary. Mitch is talking with erudition. Nice. Lester now. He’s rad. Being asked about coming ‘out.’ Big questions. It’s evolving. Doing some updates in emacs. Dirk looking over my shoulder as I update. Cool. bak from the break. Lots of personal questions. (squirm). But it was cool. Dirk asks good questions….