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Category Archives: Blog note
I’ve written about this before but I want something that I can repeatedly post to Twitter as a kind of disclaimer to my tweets. My primary use for me posting on twitter is that of an archivist. Twitter is a … Continue reading
Twitter doesn’t promise to backup and keep accessible or searchable your tweets. You should know that about twitter. The library of congress is doing it, but not twitter. That limits the value of twitter for an archivist which is my … Continue reading
I’m supposed to repay another year of hosting and I’m looking for a cheaper solution.
I’ve been a bad blogger. I’ve had a lot of work in my day job. Hope to get back to doing more writing. Also had to fix the twitter feed plugin.
“The article is good, but read the comments!” Twice this morning people commented about a good article but then proceeded to say “but make sure you read the comments!” So I do. (I was raised that way I suppose.) The … Continue reading
The comments weren’t working right but I put in the Disqus comments product and so it should all work properly now.
I find twitter and the little utility that imports them daily into my blog enormously useful. When via Twitter I find pieces I like or could find useful later on I simply have to re-tweet them and they are saved … Continue reading
If you want to find content on the old blog software the easiest way is to use Google. Open Google and type in a search string like this: “site:leadingchurch.com whatever_you_want_to_search” and it will give you a page of links and … Continue reading
Here’s Leadingchurch on WordPress. All of the old posts are still on the server. I’ll have to figure out what I want to migrate to WordPress and what I don’t.