I just passed the thousand bookmarks on my del.icio.us account and the winner of the number 1000 entry is: Semapedia.org as recommended in a comment by Erik. Close candidates were: number 999: Quickeo – Private file sharing with a simple email! and number 1001: Code bloat – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I started using del.icio.us… Read more A thousand del.icio.us bookmarks
This image displays the QR code that contains the URL of my blog.1 A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994. The “QR” is derived from “Quick Response”, as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed.… Read more Visit my blog by scanning my QR Code
DEAF07 Pakhuismeesteren, originally uploaded by silvertje. This blogpost shows the result of using the Flickr Blog This button as described in: WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog.
There are two ways to display your Flickr photos on your blog: All photos in an album by using one of the Flickr album plugins as described in part five: Flickr photo album plugins. Individual photos in a blog post by using the Blog This button in Flickr or the integrated function in the Flickr… Read more WordPress and photos 6: Posting Flickr photos in your blog
There are several plugins for WordPress that will turn your blog into a Flickr photo album. I will discuss the following three plugins: Flickr Photo Album for WordPress Slickr Gallery FAlbum Flickr Photo Album for WordPress This was the first plugin I found and it is quite good. It automatically removes your blog sidebar to… Read more WordPress and photos 5: Flickr photo album plugins
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