Part of WordPress’s writing course Finding Everyday Inspiration. I’m so inspired! I mean, I’m not inspired at all, therefore I asked actually inspired people for inspiration what to write about. This, and also because I was prompted to do so by the writing challenge that we The Tribe (you know who you are!) are plodding through
Part of WordPress’s writing course Finding Everyday Inspiration. Today’s writing challenge caters for the opinionated individuals who always wanted to be art critics to have their subjective judgements validated in print, have them read by other clueless individuals who pretend to be artistic and enlighten them as to whether they should like some piece of art
Part of WordPress’s writing course Finding Everyday Inspiration. Today’s challenge relies on a sound concept—using a tweet as inspiration—but to an unsound effect—the sampling of tweets provided does inspire me, but inspires me to undirected anger, hopeless frustration and profound sadness. I’m not sure why, you tell me. Suggested reasons: chronic depression, overwork, stress [insert further
The following applies to self-hosted WordPress sites and is of zero interest to WordPress-hosted bloggers. Or simply, it’s of zero interest. It needs to be however recorded as a cautionary tale. I’ll start with the moral: PHP is different from PhD and having the latter doesn’t mean you qualify to mess with the former. Unless
Inspired by this Rebekah’s post, which was inspired by this my post (it’s complicated), here’s a follow-up on the (not so) thrilling subject of groceries and loyalty cards. I have quite a collection of them, against my better judgement. Most of them do very little, and what some of them do I don’t even know.
I’m all for innovations and no adherent of If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. I’m disappointed with myself that I still use the old WordPress editor because I can’t deal with the new and improved one. My general complaint about the new editor (which is now getting old, when you think about it) is its
A whole new series of Orange Is the New Black has been released a few days ago. Since I act like I had no work to do and since I like a challenge, I challenged myself to watch all the thirteen episodes in a single sitting. I failed, but it was a borderline fail: day one: was
*Disclaimer: This post might give a misleading impression that it’s informed. It’s not.* I admit to writing this in the WordPress Visual Editor, which is a WYSIWYG editor. WYSIWYG is from What you see is what you get, which isn’t entirely the case. While I’m usually quite happy not having to code when I write, occasionally I get fancy ideas