Posts in Category "meta"

WordPress 2.8.1

Just in case anybody cares, I've upgraded the site to the latest and greatest (WordPress version 2.8.1). No user action is required at this time.

Also, the code behind the blog is now valid HTML5, and there's a Google Friend Connect widget so you can participate in discussions without creating yet another account (woo!).

Code

If you were to examine the Code section of this website, you would find that it now contains actual, real live content. Amazing!

WordPress 2.7.1

WordPress 2.7.1 has been released1. And I'm sure that you, my loyal cadre of imaginary readers, will be glad to know that I've upgraded. :-)


  1. http://wordpress.org/development/2009/02/wordpress-271/ 

New Site, Yet Again

Hello valiant readers. It's that time again. I've grown bored of what I had and moved on to something new. In this case, I've decided to migrate to WordPress, and to make it my primary website instead of being hidden away on a subdomain. I'm going to attempt to mix a "traditional" static-content website with a sort of blog idea. Roguelazer.com now includes (lambda x blog), and more. We'll see how that works. Anyhow, I've imported everything from Blogger, so we should be good to go

If you're keeping count, this makes my fifth weblog, although that's counting things …

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Site Renovations

Roguelazer.com is currently undergoing renovations due to its move from OnSmart to DreamHost. Owing to extreme business elsewhere, I am not sure when this site will be back up. Until then, you might want to read my blog on blogspot.

Website Stuff

So, the more enterprising amongst you may have noticed that my blog is now at blog.roguelazer.com instead of anonymous-function.blogspot.com (although it's still there, too). This is because I was playing around with my website stuff today. For one thing, I've moved to Google Apps for my Domain, because e-mail over DreamHost's IMAP servers was sometimes slow, and e-mail through the Gmail servers probably won't be. This also gives me better Jabber server (i.e., SSL supported without me paying umpteen dollars for an SSL certificate and a static IP and such). It's generally neat.

I'll post …

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