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About this blog…
I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
What might you find here?
- Problems I've solved (mostly computer- or network related).
- Recipes and cooking-related posts.
- Hobbies and projects.
- Our remodeling experience.
- Local (Sacramento) information.
- Anything that strikes my fancy.
Tag Archives: joseph
rel=nofollow is a bad idea for blogs, so let’s drop it.Continue reading
A simple, low-cost system to notify transit riders of schedule disruptions…Continue reading
PingQueue is the latest blog ping service.Continue reading
Quick! What’s more important–an official site or some private blog?Continue reading
Ping services in the news again. Joseph’s ping service, and my thoughts on the whole matter.Continue reading
I’m testing Joseph’s new ping service on my blog. Seems much faster than Ping-o-matic.Continue reading
I stopped by Joseph’s blog a few days ago and read the article about Vint Cerf moving to Google. This got me thinking about an earlier Google-related post about sitemaps on Joseph’s blog, where he wondered about a WordPress plugin … Continue reading
Reasons for a statcounter plugin, generalized to “footer” plugin, links to plugin-writing resources.Continue reading
I stumbled across this post from almost exactly one year ago. Joseph, I salute your effort, and the fact that you made this work is very cool, but I think this approach (relatively low-level network programming) may be the wrong … Continue reading