John Gruber recommended this application for the iPhone. I picked it up and loved it. Check out this story from Lifehacker.
‘The Loop’ is powered by something called ‘Glide’ from ‘Glide Creations’. I guess I’m just confused as I thought this was something that was released but the web site doesn’t seem to indicate that’s the case.
Nice video with John Gruber and Brent Simmons discussing how they are using Azure with their fine note taking app ‘Vesper’. If you haven’t tried the application please do, it’s quite good.
See the video here.
Came home to my personal machine showing this on screen:
I guess it wants me to buy more ink.
I’ve been using WordPress for years for my personal web sites (this one for example) but have never had a need to have a local instance.
I just installed WordPress on my personal machine for use with WoodWing Enterprise. Ran into a problem where I wanted to use the Auto-Update feature of WordPress but received the ‘dreaded’ FTP dialog.
I added this line to the bottom of my WordPress installation’s ‘wp-config.php’ file:
/** Sets up ‘direct’ method for wordpress auto update */
Now auto update works.
Here is the reference page from the WordPress Codex.
I think the most important part to think about is:
- (Primary Preference) “direct” forces it to use Direct File I/O requests from within PHP, this is fraught with opening up security issues on poorly configured hosts, This is chosen automatically when appropriate.
Check out this article from Newsweek(!) regarding the U.S. and the efforts (or lack thereof) of the Telecom’s to spread broadband access across the country.
See the article here.
I find it simply unbelievable the amount of basic stupidity and corruption that lies within. Why would state and local officials make these types of deals with the Telecom’s? The economic benefits for the smaller towns and cities is massive but apparently unrecognized.
What could the lobbyists for these companies be offering to the State and local governments that would convince them to allow this?