Archive for the tag "software"
Windows/Linux/Windows Mobile: It’s not the whole world-knowledge shebang, but Pocket Wikipedia drops 14 million and 24,000 images onto your PC or Windows Mobile device. The articles are hand-picked to cover the widest array of material you can fit into 175 MB, and the interface is condensed to offer quick searching and indexing on mobile devices.
I just started (again) using the TwitterTools plugin for WordPress to post individual tweets directly to my blog. Problem is, I wasn’t happy with the way the tweets were being displayed — raw and unstyled, and with no linkback to the status page on Twitter. When you use the post-to-digest feature it does have the linkback, and it’s easy to style because you can target the enclosing list element. So I wanted to copy those two features over for the individual tweet-to-blog posts. So I hacked that plugin into shape! I’ll post the steps I took in case it comes in handy for someone else.
Customizable Typing Shortcut Utility Saves Time!
Ridiculous. But it works.
- Ran up against a bad bug in the WP 2.5 plugin auto-updater. It deleted a plugin, then installed & activated another one I’d never heard of. #
- Comment on “Customizable Comment Listings v2.0″:
For some mysterious reason the 2.5 plugin auto-updater deleted this plugin for me, then installed and activated a copy of “Hide or Cut Post Text” instead. I had to install CCL 2 by hand.