Monthly Archives: September 2013

Scripting News: Celebrating ten years since BloggerCon. (Oct 4-5)

October 4-5, 2003 — the first BloggerCon. The first blogging conference in the United States, and one of the first in the world. Lots of amazing people were there, connections made, friendships established, ideas explored, and I think the world … Continue reading

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Scripting News: This dialog is torturing me.

This wins the award for the most annoying dialog in existence. It pops up in Chrome/Mac dozens of times a day. It’s like a cyber-mosquito. I think it’s a plot to get me to provide input to algorithms guiding one … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Writing in fresco.

You know what fresco painting is? Basically the artist spreads plaster on a wall and then paints quickly. Whatever is there when the plaster dries is what you see. That’s what blogging is like. And that’s why you can get … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Something weird with Twitter?

I’ve been fairly active on Twitter over the last few weeks, and that means generally there’s a bunch of stuff in my Connect tab. But over the last few days it’s really been slowing down. To the point where now … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Bringing Concord into WordPress.

Rookie-of-the-Year in the Fargo scripting community, Jeffrey Kishner would like to see Concord integrated with WordPress. Makes perfect sense. I’d love to see it too. Outlining in blogging is rich, but not just for editing blog posts, for organizing the … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Bringing Concord into WordPress.

Rookie-of-the-Year in the Fargo scripting community, Jeffrey Kishner would like to see Concord integrated with WordPress. Makes perfect sense. I’d love to see it too. Outlining in blogging is rich, but not just for editing blog posts, for organizing the … Continue reading

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Scripting News: TV + Twitter == the TVitterverse.

The more I think about the idea of merging the first and second screens around big events, the more I think it’s got to happen. Everyone is so ready for it, except for perhaps Twitter and the companies with the … Continue reading

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