Monthly Archives for May 2004
[None of what follows is made up. None of it is even exaggerated for effect. I do hope that you’ll take note of this and, if you feel so inclined, reproduce this elsewhere. I’d be thrilled if this spread memetically … Continue reading
Well, the site renovations seem pretty much in hand—things are basically working (though you should let me know if you find something that isn’t), and the redirects and 404s are doing their respective jobs. So, given that, like George, I’ve … Continue reading
Whew again. Stage 2 of the migration is now complete. You’re looking at the new (and, one hopes, improved) Planned Obsolescence. Here’s what’s happened since the last update: Installed ExpressionEngine in new subdomain on new server. Futzed around with ExpressionEngine, … Continue reading
I have not yet recovered from the most recent episode (“Long Term Parking”). I’m astonished by the extent to which Chase et al have radically deromanticized the family (as well as the ‚Äúfamily”) this season.
I’ve only gotten a chance to listen to this a couple of times, but I adore it already.
In process. [UPDATE, 7.1.04: I finally did finish this a couple of weeks back, and thoroughly loved it. It’s got all the things I love in a novel: a deeply personal story, a substantive intersection with a larger cultural and … Continue reading
Whew. Stage 1 of the migration is at last complete (interrupted over the weekend by a trip to Vegas, about which more later). For the interested, here’s how it went: Copied all relevant files as-was from the old host to … Continue reading
Am in mid-migration. Desperately need a copy of mt.cfg in order to reconfigure mt for new hosting environment. This would happen this week, after 6A removes MT 2.661 from their site… Any help would be much appreciated. [UPDATE, 5.20.04, 10.43 … Continue reading
Thanks to all who have responded to my various technological pleas over the last few days. My hosting provider’s waning is producing massive unreliability—my site’s been down more than it’s been up over the last week—and so I’ve done the … Continue reading
So everybody’s talking about the Movable Type upgrade/fiasco (see also here, and here, and here, among too many other sources to link. The problems with Six Apart’s announcement of its new release and pricing structure are, as you can see, … Continue reading