Calendar on the wall tells me I've been running my new blog software for about a week now. Successfully!
I dove deep this week into rewriting my blog software. Almost didn't come up for air.
Blogging software, rewritten from scratch.
Should I rewrite my existing blogging app, or ditch it entirely? (Spoiler: DIY! DIY!)
Using Python to build, well, everything.
My personal wiki project's Github repo is now live!
Progress report on my personal wiki software; organization for creatives and everyone else too.
On Scrivener, Granthika, TiddlyWiki, and now my project for helping writers organize their work.
No, this isn't about pets; it's about making the tools I use for my creative work.
When tech works it's a wonderful thing. The rest of the time... (Self-written blog software edition.)
In some ways I'm quite stodgy when it comes to the software tools I use for my creative projects.
On making something new from a whole lot of somethings old.
I dropped a hint earlier that I was going to be unveiling a revamped version of the Genji Press site. Some more notes on that, then.
Sometimes making things hard on yourself doesn't "build character"; it just makes things harder than they have to be.
More notes on using a wiki to declutter my creative head.
On using a wiki to declutter my creative head.
What's in my writer's software toolbox.
More on me drilling my own escape tunnel from dead-end software.
When you hear the word "freedom", think about who's speaking.
Me and my MT. (Is it "blog" or "bleargh"?)
Why citing "data" as your justification can be no less arbitrary than "Because I said so."
Why WordPress and I can't get along.
Or maybe burning Java, who knows. More adventures in the jungle of bad software.
Word's custom dictionary feature falls short. Bullheaded resolve to the rescue.
(Title is a Controlled Bleeding reference.) I just grabbed the new Windows Live Writer beta, released literally only minutes ago. So far it's pretty good -- it uses the new Office 2007+ ribbon interface, something that's been trickling into the...
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