A week ago Kati and I were watching a Braves game on T.V. when a commercial aired asking us to go to GetWhatIPaidFor.com to find out why we might be losing our FOX Sports channels, FX, and the History channel. Well the day has come, as of today October 1st, 2010 FOX Sports has cut[Continue Reading…]
I was working with a client a few weeks ago. They wanted to create a customer portal that allowed their customers to upload files to their website. Once their clients have uploaded the files, they needed to be able to download and delete the files from the server. There were a few plugins in the[Continue Reading…]
Eric Carpenter from A Pilgrim’s Progress thinks something is missing from Scripture and I agree. When we read the bible, it’s fascinating to find that something is missing that we probably would not expect. What’s missing? The answer is that when the church gathers together, preaching is missing. His writing is probably much better, much[Continue Reading…]
As many of you know, I led the team that launched the College of Education at UGA’s new website (http://www.coe.uga.edu/) which is driven by WordPress Multi-Site. The first phase is complete, and the second phase has started up. Part of their second phase is to allow a custodian from each department to edit content on[Continue Reading…]
I’ve had a hankering to try making doughnuts. These came out ok, but I think I can make them tastier with a little more experimentation…
I have been certified as one of the three most important people in WordPress! From Matt Mullenweg’s hands, to your eyes; read’em and weep!
You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain, for the LORD will not leave him unpunished who takes His name in vain. – Exodus 20:7, Deuteronomy 5:11
I recently soft-launched my leenk.me web app. leenk.me is a subscription based service that allows people to automatically post to Twitter and Facebook (more coming) whenever they post new content to their WordPress websites. I set the pricing as cheaply as I could, 99 cents every quarter for the basic account, and 2.99$ every quarter[Continue Reading…]