Trends and Barriers

|This article first appeared in Nodalities Magazine, CC By + SA For anyone following the Nodalities blog, you may have read some of my recent posts discussing the trends boiling up around Web 3.0 (other buzzwords are available). The Mobile Web and upgraded...

WordPress Woes

So, WordPress 2.8 is great! I love the interface, the drag/drop, the ajaxed admin area and loads of other features. Unfortunately, it’s also broken. My problem occurs when I update plugins. Whenever a WP plugin needs updating, the automated system has failed to...

twitter – cloud

I’ve been playing with twitter statistic-stuff a bit lately, and finding it interesting if not purposeful. A company called tweestats will graph your twitter updates; showing you trends, charts, and a “tweetcloud” which shows you your most-used...

WordPress

Some of my long-term readers (hi, Mum) might remember that my original blog was a Drupal install, and that my less-than-lovely ISP dropped my connection as I was uploading some new files—therefore borking the CSS. If you don’t follow, that’s OK. The point...

Walled gardens: mapping the parties

Originally appeared on the Nodalities blog – which has since been consigned to the wayback machine. 29th April 2008, 11:34 am by Zach Beauvais In: Uncategorized The essence of metaphor is understanding and experiencing on kind of thing in terms of another. -Lakoff and...