Woz (that is, Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computers and one of this planet's geekiest geeks) will be keynoting our conference this year. If you haven't already registered, you might care to do it soon.
To prove that editorial integrity is still alive, we published a glowing review of the new Blogger service on Friday. And, for the time being, we're sticking with MT 2.65 for a few of our content channels over there. It made sense that Joe Carlson set up the CompUSA Bargains and Sales blog on our network, but that doesn't mean I'm going to stop shopping on Amazon. There's a time and a place for everything.
First sandwich: digesting. Second sandwich: still chilling in the fridge.
Since Eric isn't coming over today, does that mean I can eat his, too? I can't
help myself; they're TOO delicious. I didn't even drop any mustard on my new
jeans… Tommy Pullmyfingers or something?
When you have the right tools in hand, you can get your work done faster. I'm in love with the new version of PSPad. Dunno if it's going to replace Metapad as 'Notepad' on my system, but I'm certainly going to start using this sucker for all of my text file editing. TopStyle will still remain my default CSS editor, though. To the developer(s) of PSPad: don't stop.
(1) For all you w.bloggar addicts, the desktop client works great with our new blogging system (or so says Ross). Just select a Custom account and enter your regular username and password, then use 'www.blogware.com' for your Host and enter '/xmlrpc.cgi' into the Page field. (2) And, if you didn't already know, you can FTP directly into your account with [username]@[your.blog.url] as the username (plus your regular password and [your.blog.url] as the server); drag a series of new images into the '_NewPhotos' folder to make new albums in no time at all. (4) Oh, and Bookmarklets are right under your Dashboard tab when you login to your account via the Web. (5) There's still a free 30-day trial available for everybody.