I’m going to be thinking about this one ALL FREAKING DAY. Remember my position as a photographer? This is just an amazing concept to not only come up with, but to visualize and put onto a website. Continue reading [Personal] Goddammit… this is what means to be an artist..
… So naturally, as a photographer, this site regarding Speech Bubbles caught my attention. I’d love for you to comment with an included link on your favorite bubble, as well as why you picked it. Continue reading [Personal] Speaking of Photography
As a photographer, I’m constantly aware of the visual impact of my enviroment, and I find myself moved and intrigued by the photographs of others.
I applaud the artist for thinking outside the box and finding the beauty in the littlest thing. Continue reading [Personal] I wonder what Cream Soda looks like?
So now that I’m scrolling through my blog with my nice new calendar type dates, I notice that it’s not working as expected.
The first problem happens on days with multiple posts. Only the latest entry displays properly, the others collapse the date and don’t display it all. Guess I gotta go back and figure out why that’s loused up. I’m sure it has to do with the css layout and the way it’s marking subsequent portions of the post. (\* Update \*: It had to do with the use of the WordPress function calling the date which only happens once per page. I changed to use the time, and formatted it that way, and fixed the problem. Though my kludge calls the time function 4 times, instead of 1, because the array wasn’t exploding properly. I’ll try to figure out why *that* is later.)
The other one is where I lead off with a blockquote instead of regular text. Because I tried to integrate the date into the heading without leaving too much extra space, I have it wrap the text of the post around it. Problem is when it encounters a blockquote which has it’s own rules on how to align itself, and WHAMMO, they overlay each other.
Option 1 is to switch back to the other layout while I fix it, so it looks nicer. Or Option 2 (which I am going with), is to leave it the way it is for now, and make the readers deal with it until it’s fixed…otherwise the entries which discuss it make no sense!.
So my wife got a chance to read my blog for the first time yesterday. With the twins keeping her busy all the time, she saw me working on it, but didn’t really understand what I was doing.
She reads my 20 questions and tells me that there are about 3 or 4 things on there that she didn’t know. Continue reading [Personal] 20 questions followup
Well I got a chance to screw around with the layout of the blog over the weekend. I’m still trying to get the OpenID login to work correctly, and by doing so, I found some faults with the theme implementation I was using. Continue reading [Geek] Getting closer…
I’ve added a new feature, based on a recent discussion about LiveJournal. That is, the ability to subscribe to comments. Continue reading [Geek] Blog Update – Subscribe to comments
So much in fact, that I decided to actually answer the tagging and present my own facts. I think I’ll only do these things when they actually make you sit down and answer personal questions, rather than having something pregenerated. Since I’m not tagging anyone else, I figured I’d fill out each fact with a bit of detail.. so you’re getting several facts in one and it’s more of a topic. I’m also going to make it as interactive as possible. Continue reading [Personal] 20 Random Facts