Serious question. How in the hell is it Seppa-tebby-tebby already? No, scratch that. How are we already half way through it? I’ve learned especially in the last few years that what older people have always said to me about each year going faster than the last is true. 2019 is absolutely the fastest one yet. […]
Since I talked about not doing it, it only seems right to bring it up again now that it’s been done. Yes, we’ve made the switch to WordPress 5, but no, we’re not using the new editor. I haven’t heard anything more about progress on the accessibility front, but what I have heard are several […]
WordPress 5.0 is set to be released tomorrow, and it’s going to be a huuuuuuuuuuuge change. They’re unleashing an entirely new editing and customization system called Gutenberg that’s set to radically change how pretty much everything looks, acts and feels. That link right there will provide you with a fairly simple explanation of what’s happening, […]
Instagram Snapchat Twitter Facebook YouTube That is a short and very incomplete list of websites that the Vomit Comet is both older and slightly less popular than. I was going to make a MySpace joke here, but apparently it beat us online by a couple of months and is rumoured to still exist. But yeah. […]
If you run a website, putting ads on it often just makes sense. Nothing comes for free (at least not without limitations you eventually may not be able to live with), and at the very least you don’t want to go too far in the hole paying for what you need. Programs like Google’s AdSense […]
If you’ve been coming here a while, perhaps you remember Echo. It was a really slick commenting system we used for a time back in our Blogger days until the folks that ran it decided to screw a bunch of us the hell over. One of Echo’s best features was the ability to let you […]
So…uh…things look a little different, don’t they? There was a pretty substantial update to our site theme today. It moved some things, it added some things, it fixed some things, and then I added and moved some things myself after the fact. I won’t bore you with all of those things, but here are a […]
Twitterfeed, the service we’ve been using mostly reliably to tweet our new posts to the world since 2010, is shutting down tomorrow. If you’re a webmaster and you didn’t know that, you might want to get on finding a replacement soon. Sorry for fucking up your Sunday. I’ve known for a while, but hadn’t gotten […]
Yes, that’s all this post is. I’m just making sure that WordPress works on my new phone. It only took me like five months to get around to it. Well done, Steve.
I don’t know why people write in to ask us this, but people do, so I decided to make this little page to let them and maybe even you know that sharing our posts with others is a ok with us. If it wasn’t, you wouldn’t be here right now.