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March 3, 2011

Carbonated //

The other day I joined the Carbon Ads network as a bit of an experiment to help cover some of the costs of running this, and many of the other smaller web properties I manage. A little info and background on how and why that decision was made and what it means.

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December 9, 2008

Fixing (Customizing) Virtual Movable Type //

A quick walk through of using and fixing (under the guise of customizing) Virtual Movable Type.

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December 8, 2007

A Clean Sweep //

For quite some time I’ve wanted to do something with the notebook since it’s felt like I’ve been seriously neglecting it. For one reason or another that isn’t far from the truth. I haven’t been posting much throughout the last…

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December 8, 2007

Launched //

…And this thing is officially live and (I think) fully functional……

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December 2, 2007

Markdown Comment Formatting for MT4 //

In starting (somewhat) fresh with this new version of the notebook, one critical thing on the list of must do items was to finally do away with the old popup window style comments. These were a throwback and perhaps unfortunate…

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June 1, 2007

Widon’t for Mephisto //

A version of Shaun Inman’s Widon’t plugin for Wordpress, now available for Mephisto, a Ruby on Rails-based blogging engine.

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January 9, 2005

Another option for Livesearch in Movable Type //

An alternative implementation of Livesearch specifically designed for Movable Type which allows both the original CGI-style search interface and livesearch to peacefully co-exist.

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January 7, 2005

A Bit More On Livesearch And Movable Type //

A few additional thoughts on using Livesearch (XMLHTTPRequest) with Movable Type with specific notes on how to evaluate search results.

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December 16, 2004

Moving Your MT Install //

A quick cautionary tale about moving/upgrading your Movable Type install.

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