Does this look different? If not, you are probably reading this through the RSS feed and can just skip to the next item. Unless, of course the feed is now broken. Then, I really want to know.
But for those of you looking at this article on its own website, there has been an upgrade . . . → Read More: WordPress 2.3.1 and other doodads
Are you a regular yet not subscribed reader of this blog? Would you like to subscribe, but haven’t figured out how? I apologise.
I have received an email asking how to subscribe to my blog via email. That made me think about subscribers in general and that maybe some of you may be stuck reading . . . → Read More: Subscribing to this blog
Somewhere between upgrading WordPress and (possibly) upgrading MySql database, all the non latin characters got corrupted. This included my Russian, Spanish, French and possibly Esperanto writing. Basically, anything in UTF-8 that is not in latin-1.
The partial solution was go into database administration and changing the text columns collation order to Unicode. Unfortunately, that only . . . → Read More: Loosing non-ascii characters
I get much more spam then comments on this blog, so I figured that maybe I can do something about it.
I have now installed reCAPTCHA verification plugin. It is intended to serve two purposes:
Slow down the spammers by requiring them to enter some text Help digitizing the public domain books, as this is . . . → Read More: I have installed reCAPTCHA
I used to run a blog for my professional (Java) interests. Then, I wanted to write about other things such as language learning and dancing. As the old blog was being syndicated for its professional content, I created a new blog on a different server. Both blogs were on free servers: Blogger and WordPress correspondingly.
. . . → Read More: All are now one