The content below first appeared in the Thought Box blog on January 4, 2012. It was written by Deathgleaner. Click here for original post.
This is another example of a great project that uses social networking crowd-sourcing. I re-discovered this while looking through my Twitter following list. Check it out:
Continue reading “[REBLOG] Interactive Project: The Hello Wall.”
I load the front page of my blog nearly every day. I just can’t seem to create a post that has enough value that it’s worth posting at all. However, now I will.
That aside, I have been looking at CloudFlare, and I’ve implemented it in some areas. WordPress is locked to a domain, so this blog isn’t behind CloudFlare. Most sections of theoks.net can be viewed behind CloudFlare by replacing theoks.net with theoks.tk.
I have also added Google’s +1 button to post pages, as well as the home page, and moved the Tweet button with it to below the post content.
In related news I got into Google+, which is pretty exciting. You may ask me for an invite, but I cannot guarantee that you will be allowed to join.
Yep. Spammers. Relentless. Annoying.
I hate them. You probably do too.
They post random, meaningless crap like “I has ur solutoin to ur prolem. Get Iflackeg today! http://bit.ly/something”
What they want you to get is spyware. Nothing good for you.
I just wanted to rerant about this. I last posted about this here.
If you were wondering why posts weren’t showing up at @oksblog, after I upgraded WordTwit, I had to reconfigure. This problem is now fixed, and this post is testing WordTwit.
Onekopakaspace Blog now has its own twitter account for it to tweet to. Isn’t that cool? It’s @oksblog for you to follow.
Wicketpixie’s reign on my blog is over. It has been a pain to adjust, so I gave it up. As you can see, K2 is back. But I changed one thing. Yes, I included the status box into K2. So easy, you wish it was harder. So now I can hack on K2 to make it variable width because fixed width is bad when you have a massive widescreen monitor. You don’t get to USE all that space. Well when I’m done, you WILL be able to USE that space!