So we got a huge WordPress update for Christmas!!! Aaand… not everybody is positively excited, or so the blogs speak. Many old web sites are likely to have issues, custom and proprietary themes are going to have to be adjusted and, most importantly, it will make the old developers andCheck it out –>

OK, no, so did in fact not go multisite today because I found out that converting a site older than 24 hours to Multisite makes mandatory the use of subdomains for network sites, and is a rather clunky domain to build subdomains on… but I am getting aheadCheck it out –>

Have you heard of the Mad Max Fury Road Black&Chrome edition? Well, if you didn’t, you have now: it’s the edition of this amazing movie done in B&W – but not just any B&W, the B&W that was specially designed and edited to be just what the great movie directorCheck it out –>

So I wanted to create a banner image for my wordpress-related posts on this web site. I envisioned something that would be recognizable and unique, so all my wp posts could be immediately recognized contain the WordPress logo fit into the overall Mad Max theme of the web site SoCheck it out –>

While writing up my Photon troubles blog post, I encountered the issue of displaying a code snippet in a wordpres-driven site. Googling this issue I’ve found that there are, in fact, many wordpress plug-ins available for resolving this issue and that there is also some code-display supportĀ integrated in WordPress itself.Check it out –>

It’s a bit ironic that on the web site I have set up for – among other things – testing purposes, I have a seemingly unresolvable issue with Jetpack’s Photon. So what is Photon? To quote the official documentation, “Photon is an image acceleration and editing service for sites hostedCheck it out –>

Exactly two months ago I started tampering with Photoshop. I have to admit it was never my tool of choice.Ā  For slightly more demanding tasks I always used free warez like GIMP, while I left simple image enhancement to tools like Picasa and FastStone image viewer. Photoshop always seemed asCheck it out –>