I try lots of themes and plugins. Here’s some notes to remember what I’m doing. Pixel settings for the “Siimply Read” theme, for example.
“Color Post” plugin analyzes your image media and sets a coordinating background for your post. No settings. Your theme might override it.
I already forget, but apparently I tried a comment engine called “Moot.” I’ve tried a lot. They alll have their aspects. Beware Facebook.
I tried Aesop Story Engine when it first came out. I don’t think I had all the elements in place. Haven’t had a chance to look at it more recently.
A year or two back I tried a lot of comment engines. This was one of many sample posts for that. Sadly I don’t think I documented the results!
Wordpress Comments. Jetpack Comments. Disqus Comments. Facebook Comments. Google+ Comments. And so on! And so on!
I was really excited that Intense Debate might be the winner. Sadly Automattic bought them, put the peeps on other projects, & ID is lost.
Who knew virtual cheerleading could be so much fun! What a great group of people! That was really a great time.
Croon Nandahar came floating through the Pussy Riot Solidarity Parade at Virtual Red Square on August 17!
Setting up the site for Facebook Open Graph? What a dumb idea that was. What was I thinking?
First OG sample was published before I authenticated. So this is the post-authentication test. Also, note that Facebook is a vast wasteland.
This was a test of Facebook comments. I forget how everything worked back then. But a test is a test. Sorta.
So there I was, a cheerleader, enjoying a rich, full “Second Life” filled with friends, activities, and lots of good things. Then one day it happened
With WordPress 3.5 (and Jetpack I guess) came Gallery mode. This was a simple test of how the various options looked.
It’s Sunday morning, 8am, in Vancouver and it’s currently 1°C. kk, technically “not freezing,” but believe me – it’s freezing!
Sometimes your mascot is horny. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Cheerleaders are used to putting up with a lot!
One of our most amazing attractions is the chance to walk up high in the forest canopy. Bring your camera. It’s completely safe!
Yes, Vancouver has a rain forest. We get so much annual rainfall. You won’t believe the lush vegetation till you experience it firsthand.