First of all, a photo – because I like to put one in every post. It has nothing to do with what follows.
Here’s Looking At Ewe, Kid
It was a post by TimeThief on how to keep your blog safe that go me looking around my WordPress Dashboard.
Timethief explains how you can force an https connection to the WordPress Dashboard. I wasn’t aware of that, so it was a useful tip.
As I say, it prompted me to…
As much as anything I uploaded this because I wanted to see what it looks like on-screen.
I photographed the cockerel a couple of years ago.
I few days ago I exported the image to my iPhone and ran it through the Waterlogue app.
Then I loaded the ‘waterlogged’ image back into the computer and blended it with the original photo in Photoshop, and this is the result.
Image got squashed by Tumblr. Here is what it should look like:
Did you see the article on the WordPress blog that if you are a WordPress business user you can now open a store selling products from your site.
It costs $299.00 per year to be a WordPress business user.
For that you get unlimited bandwidth and storage, your own domain name and mapping, no advertisements messing up the look of your site (oh how we all want that), any of the premium themes that…
As some of you know, I am part of Pelican Cards, greeting card publishers selling to card shops, galleries, museums, and similar outlets in the UK.
We are building our list of card shops in the UK.
Do you have a great card shop near you?
If so, please send me the details, using this contact form and let me know.
I remember taking the photo of the sheep. We were driving in the countryside and passed a field where all the sheep seemed interested in the people passing.
We are crazy about sheep. There is something fascinating about them. I don’t say that from an a priori position. I say it after Tamara and I have spent hours and hours watching them over the years.
So on this occasion we stopped and I took…
I changed to the Parallax Pro theme from StudioPress on my blog at No More Pencils, and I was looking at the way the categories are displayed and I noticed some poems I had written at various times.
I don’t think there is very much that is idiomatic, save for ‘giving it some welly’ in the Higher Calling poem. For anyone not familiar with the phrase, it means to put effort and force into some…