It seems that everyone this year got either a GPS device or a Digital Picture Frame for Xmas. I personally bought two digital picture frames – one for my sister and brother-in-law and my parents another. The same sister bought a picture frame for my parents and my parent bought me a picture frame! Guess we need to co-ordinate a bit better in the future. One thing I did notice is that we all got each other different frames that have different capabilities. I do have to say, my present took the Propeller Head Prize.
I’ve made some progress on this front and I was quite surprised at my findings. My resolution to stay a Linux user is starting to shake now that I’m trying to find tools that will allow me to focus on content rather than tweaking. In short, I’ve given up on Colibri and started using Launchy.
I wanted to keep a running list of the plugins that I used for this blog. Hopefully it could help someone out and/or, if an experienced WordPress blogger is out there, maybe they can give me a heads up on what to use or not use.
I thought it would be a great idea for me to document what my requirements are for a blogging tool. Now that I’m actually writing articles to be posted on my blog, my requirements are becoming more defined for a blog publishing tool. Documenting my requirements is a great way for me to stay on track and, if a the perfect product doesn’t exist, the requirements list is a great start for a programming project for myself.
Being a new contributor to the Blogosphere, I’m on the hunt for a well-rounded application that will allow me to post to my WordPress blog without me breaking into a sweat. I don’t want to be tweaking things to get this blog publishing process working. It should just work – ala Mac OS X.