Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

Micro-blogging with Asaph

I am glad I read this post on Vikiworks recently, it introduced me to a wonderful micro-blogging platform, Asaph. Asaph is minimalistic and simple. It allows you to collect links and images as you stumble them on the internet. It comes close to Tumblr, but even simpler than that. The best part of Asaph is […]

Introducing Wooden Fish 2009

Beginning of November 2008, I started to brainstorm a new design for Wooden Fish. I wanted a design to accommodate my infrequent publishing, so I had my mind set on a single-post home page, also I wanted to try something new. Prior to this, on one occasion I had mentioned to my girlfriend that I […]

My Favorite Tumblr Themes

Last Friday I failed to rein my curiosity and sudden impulse, and the result is a Tumblr account. Over the weekend, I played with customization and got myself more familiar with the platform. I have to admit, it is truly a minimalistic and convenient blogging platform. The programmers of Tumblr really serviced their users well. […]

Blogging Tips Book

Over four weeks later after WordCamp 2007 in San Francisco, I finally got the book Lorelle generously gave to the attendees as a gift. Once again, thank you Lorelle! I am looking forward to learn more blogging tips.

WordCamp 2007 Sunday

The talks on Sunday were primarily targeted to developers, so number of attendees greatly reduced, which is kind of nice in a way. As I mentioned in my previous post, I only stayed for half day on Sunday, and only heard the first three talks. Barry and Matt’s talk on Hyper DB and High Performance […]

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