October 2004 Archives

ACL surgery
A surgery has me sidelined for a few days.
October 26, 2004 - 53 words, 580 comments

4.2 Trillion Unread
A news feed with a lot of new items in it.
October 24, 2004 - 77 words, 9 comments

Latest SimpleComments
An update to SimpleComments brings support for dynamic templates, a bug fix, better integration with MT3, and more.
October 24, 2004 - 123 words, 9 comments

Michael Caine: Remade
Michael Caine seems to be a target of remakes.
October 21, 2004 - 66 words, 3 comments

PHP SimpleComments
SimpleComments for dynamically-published Movable Type sites.
October 20, 2004 - 65 words, 5 comments

SimpleComments fix
A fix for some perl warnings in SimpleComments.
October 18, 2004 - 62 words, 1 comment

RSSCache: spammers
Marketing to bloggers requires tact and intelligence. Spam isn’t the way to go.
October 14, 2004 - 160 words, 6 comments

Popcorn sales end Oct 15
Time is running out for popcorn sales.
October 13, 2004 - 36 words,

My Spam in RSS
My spam is now in an RSS feed for your enjoyment.
October 12, 2004 - 166 words, 4 comments

Plugin maintenance
Tim Appnel has taken over a few of my plugins.
October 12, 2004 - 67 words, 1 comment

SimpleComments update
An update to SimpleComments allows you to include unapproved comments if you’d like.
October 12, 2004 - 69 words,

Gnomedex Blogging panel audio now online
The audio streams from the Gnomedex blogging panel are now online.
October 11, 2004 - 67 words,

Security notifications
Secunia’s apparent new practice of publicly announcing security exploits is dangerous.
October 7, 2004 - 220 words,

Open Source Content Management still sucks
Last July I mentioned that open source CMS has some problems. Jeff Veen has discovered the same problems and has some suggestions.
October 6, 2004 - 129 words, 5 comments

Category feeds and Control
I don’t provide category feeds. I like to provide my readers the bits of serendipitous content that comes from only publishing a full feed. At least one audience member at Gnomedex is disturbed by this idea.
October 3, 2004 - 602 words, 3 comments

At Gnomedex
A quick report from Gnomedex in Lake Tahoe.
October 2, 2004 - 349 words, 1 comment


Turkey Legs (May 30)
Product naming gone awry.
Speaking for Geeks: Your Slides (Dec 17)
Tips and tricks for creating great slides.
Speaking for Geeks: Writing Your Talk (Dec 14)
Don’t wait until the night before the talk to write it. Crazy, I know.
Speaking for Geeks: Tell a Story (Dec 13)
Telling a story keeps your presentation focused, keeps your audience interested, and makes it easier for you to remember your talk.
Speaking for Geeks: Where to speak (Dec 11)
You've got a great idea for a talk. How do you find conferences to submit it to?
Speaking for Geeks: Getting your session accepted (Dec 10)
Your conference speaking submissions are not getting accepted because they're bad. Here's how to make them better.
Speaking for Geeks: What Should I Talk About? (Dec 9)
Don't wait for that conference to come calling before you start planning for it.
You should speak at conferences. Yes, you. (Dec 8)
Developers, you should give talks at conferences and your local meetups. It's easier than you think, and you’ll improve your career.

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