I have been thinking about whether I should separate my photography from the rest of my blog content or not. I thought about buying another domain name or to use a subdomain to make a distinction. Initially I wanted to make a distinction between the “professional” (academic research) and “personal” (photography) me, but then I… Read more WordPress and photos 4: WordPress photoblog themes
In my previous post I explained why I said goodbye to Zenphoto and Gallery and started explaining why I said hello to Flickr. Flickr offers a free account that has a (bandwidth) uploading limit of 100 Mb a month and a Pro account for 24.95 USD that offers unlimited uploading. I started out with a… Read more WordPress and photos 3: Configuring Flickr for your blog
My website, before I turned it into a blog, consisted mainly of a small portfolio. I hardly ever updated my portfolio except that I added a few pictures now and then in the photography section. Even though I was technically capable of designing and coding a minor addition or update could sometimes mean major work.… Read more WordPress and photos 2: Goodbye to Gallery2 and ZenPhoto
I have been wanting to bring my photo gallery back online but I really have been struggling with it. WordPress’ uploading system doesn’t facilitate easy and quick uploading of multiple files or folders. You can upload one file at a time through the interface which will be uploaded to the uploads folder in the content… Read more WordPress and photos 1: Uploading and file management in WordPress
Michael Stevenson and Erik Borra developed the Whatever Button for Firefox which makes your life so much easier: Pay Submit Send Whatever At almost every turn on the Web, we are asked to say yes. Yes to registration, yes to membership, yes to personal recommendations. Yes is said for us, with pre-filled checkboxes that read… Read more The Whatever Button – Now for Firefox!
Oxford University Press, New York, NY, USA 2006 288 pp. Hardcover, $16.50 USD ISBN 0-19-518928-0 Buy at Amazon Infotopia deals with the main question of how many minds produce knowledge. Sunstein has a legal background and takes on a mechanistic approach to political theory. One way to produce knowledge is through deliberation Habermas-style but it… Read more Review: Infotopia. How Many Minds Produce Knowledge – Cass R. Sunstein