At some point I’ll add SOMETHING interesting to this site (like, perhaps, more of a… how you say… “Design?”) or “content?” bleh.
ellipses… in my writing… i don’t really… know… why… probably… because I write… before I think… and… this leads to… not… fully… baked… thoughts… so.. when… I get to the end of an idea… I lose steam… and let it hang… or something…
this will soon be populated by my new site… the old stuff is here: http://davidnunezdev.wpengine.com/blog The old stuff will be migrated slowly… I’ll be keeping an eye on broken pointers so that I provide appropriate redirects. I’m uploading the new design, now…. Completed * The
I think it's no state secret by now that I am a huge fan of Drupal. I'm a bit behind the curve in piling on to the Movable Type bruhaha and resulting exodus in the past few weeks. My opinions of that software and people behind
You know, I don’t go to any great length to hide that this site exists and is about me… I mean, it’s called “davidnunez.com”, for crying out loud. And, yes, I’m vain, and yes, this is an exercise in narcisism; I don’t exactly avoid opportunities
Looks like we are back in business with the blog. However, I’m proceeding with diligence in: 1. migrating my blog and consolidating my domains (.org and .com) on one server with better admin functionality. 2. eliminating the annoying redirect that happens when you go to the root of davidnunez.
Here’s a link to Adam’s thoughts on GeoURLs and work on the GeoURL badge. Be sure to check out the comments for a few of the regular Austin bloggers’ take on what can be done with GeoURL’s and blogging. Tonight I’ll go ahead and list my
I’ve been holding off on entries because I’ve attached an artificial significance to THIS entry… it is the 100th entry for davidnunez.com. I guess I wanted to make sure that I gave it the “appropriate attention” it deserved. So I went back and reread everything, and I
Sean's running into the "How honest can I be if I have an audience?" question. I'd love to know what he discovers.
It's been a week since I started my web log experiment. Here are some observations: * I've noticed that I am fairly obsessed with checking the access logs to see if anyone is listening. * It still takes a little time and effort to make an interesting entry