Crossed off my to-do list: WP upgrade to multiblog. Finally. Yay!
Yes, that upgrade I threatened back in June… Read the rest has finally been accomplished. A couple of life changes later.
Close followers of this blog (all two of you) might remember that I installed WPmu a couple of years ago, but had some technical issues with it and abandoned the idea.
I’ve upgraded to WordPress 3.0… Read the rest (“Thelonious”) and plan to use its multisite feature. But first I want to do some housecleaning here and at the blogs I plan to merge from hither and yon into this single install (hallelujah!).
I’ve also got some changes planned for Peace Arena’s front page and menus. I’m going to focus less on the day
I’ve switched to a new theme, which I think is a bit cleaner and easier to navigate. I’m still tweaking it a bit, so don’t be surprised to see things get added, subtracted, moved or (temporarily) broken. If you find something not working as you think it should, a poke… Read the rest in my direction would be appreciated.
A big part of the reason I haven’t been blogging much is that I just feel like I don’t have the ability or opportunity these days to do enough reading and research to post anything of value to the discussion. For example: The conservative conspiracy theory du jour, led by Oklahoma Republican Senator Jim Inhofe, regarding emails stolen from the… Read the rest
Several developments in this short-lived trial.
The most serious is that the feed produces hotlinked… Read the rest photos. If read in a feedreader, that’d be fine, but even with my minuscule readership, this is not acceptable practice for a blogger. I could use CSS to keep the images from displaying (and have done so with the links already imported), but this