Instead of reading the newspapers, I read the website traffic reports arrive every Sunday morning. Reading them takes about thirty minutes. For webmasters keywords, duration of visit, and origin of visitor are incredibly interesting or at least they should be…
Amazon Prime Video Update: Harrison Ford did a pretty good job brining CIA analyst Jack Ryan to life in Patriot Games (1992). The movie is available to anyone with Amazon Prime instant video streaming. Philip Noyce the director made some very poor choices in terms of pacing and editing. Given the oddities of today’s movie audiences Patriot Games may not compare very well to the fast pace of modern thrillers and spy movies.
I just found out that November is National Novel Writing Month. Does this website actually provide the spark necessary to get people to write novels?
Alternatively, (outside the idea of writing a novel per month)I have become interested in two very different, but theoretically related websites http://www.ssrn.com/ and the http://royalsocietypublishing.org/
About a decade ago, I started using Microsoft Office FrontPage to post rants on the internet. Some of that original content still exists, but most of it disappeared into the ether. Six Apart launched Movable Type back in 2001 and it pretty much changed the nature of personalized online content generation. I used Movable Type for several years before finally settling on WordPress as an online publishing platform. From August 2003 to about two months ago I was satisfied with weblog based publishing. In any event, I have started to look for a new online content publishing medium.
Are you ready for yet another weblog administration update? Hey things change… what more do you expect? In terms of wildly exciting weblog administration news, the daily note format will be put on hiatus (if not completely discontinued). Please consider for a moment that within a weblog long term storage and search functions require building complete thoughtful posts. I have been toying with the idea of putting a 500 word minimum on publishable posts. Without question it would be easy to filter any posts shorter than 500 words by forcing them into a permanent draft status. The basic weblog infrastructure can sort items on the backend by day, week, month, and year. Each post should exist within a specific category of thought. In the long run, I know a weblog author has to rely on the backend systems to sort out the details.
Will the next version of WordPress allow authors to drag and drop photos into a post? Based on some recently received feedback, I have decided to try and spice up my weblog by including more images, videos, and formatting.
I have never really got into the swing of mobile weblog posts. I prefer to write during the early hours of the morning or late at night. During both of those writing windows it is easier to access a laptop than it is to pound out prose on a virtual Android phone keyboard.