6 minute read Should open source fulfill your needs to self-actualization, or just baser needs? My Response to DHH’s “Open Source Beyond the Market”Read More My Response to “Open Source Beyond the Market”
< 1 minute read List of stuff I’m grateful for, in no particular order: Although baby Elise has been getting up a lot at nighttime for the last week or two (like about every hour and a half), I feel surprisingly functional. (Yesterday was possibly an exception, after she did that and was then awake from 5-7 and refusing […]Read More May 2019 Gratitude Journal
3 minute read In this post I show I avoided WordPress.com’s charges for forwarding users onto my new self-hosted WordPress site.Read More How I Moved from WordPress.com Without Paying for the Redirect
< 1 minute read I finally made the move from WordPress.com to becoming self-hosted. I was able to bring all my old posts, pages, categories and tags, images and other media, and even subscribers. So if you were subscribed to my .com blog before, you’re now automatically subscribed to this new self-hosted one. I have yet to pretty it […]Read More Me: Self Hosted!
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.Read More Protected: Elise’s Favourite Songs at 3 Months
4 minute read I enjoy blogging but I’ve had mixed feelings about sharing details about others that they might not want to be so publicly accessible. In this post I’ll describe my thoughts on blogging vs privacy, and how I balance the two. What Is The Purpose of a Blog Anyway? I’ve written an entire post on this, […]Read More Is Blogging in Conflict with Privacy? (Or, How to Effectively Use Password-Protected Posts)
9 minute read Stats and discussion about April’s progress developing the WordPress plugin Print My Blog. Benefits other plugin devs, plugin users, and (let’s be honest) myself.Read More Print my Blog Plugin Transparency Report – April 2019
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.Read More Protected: Luggage Switch