Posts tagged ‘wordpress’

February 3, 2008

Moai and Kraken-esque Monster

moving WP to another host.
will still be posting here until the new one is up and working.
(it is now up and ‘running’, just not ‘working’ (T___T) )
prolly by the end of this month or so.

just want to show off (lol) the new squiggles I did as dummy-placeholders

rss-spouting moai[1] – for rss link
RSS Moai

Spam-cruncher[2] – for counting akismet spam
Spam Cruncher

another note: learning blueprint – css platform. wow. i might just propose the guy who developed it.


[1] i checked the real thing (it seemed smaller than i had thought, but then, it was placed in the middle of a spacious hall in british museum) by walking around it twice. no, moai statues are not powered by alkaline batteries.

[2] a close relative of the infamous kraken, but with better table-manner.

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July 12, 2007

Got Wood for (Dancing) Sheep?

Teuber’s masterpiece now exclusively available as Catan Live for Xbox Live Arcade.

I’ll just stick with cardboard hexes and wooden dice ;)


Wubi the Grumpy!Baby WallabyJumped at the chance to try out Aldie’s new project: BGG app in Facebook.
It synch’s all right with my BGG profile. *whispers – it looks even better than the pages on BGG, sorry Admins*. Then spent hours wading through pages of Facebook applications. Some of them look better than those offered at iGoogle and Widgetbox.

Say hello to Wubi the Grumpy!Baby Wallaby, my Couch, Sandbox, Shoebox, Bookshelf, Orange!Mood, Flickr badge (really, who needs another one?), Stress-O-Metre.

Great, I’ll probably use this Profile page as my stat page.

Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook?

Whoa, let me delete that blogged nefarious plan of taking over the World right now.

Evil Overlord List

153. My Legions of Terror will be an equal-opportunity employer. Conversely, when it is prophesied that no man can defeat me, I will keep in mind the increasing number of non-traditional gender roles.


August 16, 2006

Migration Problem

A quick Google search revealed no obvious method of migrating from WordPress to Blogspot, unsurprisingly. It’s often the other way round. Since WordPress admittedly has more powerful (read: complex) data structure, there’s bound to be a loss in migration. Few people want that, I guess.

I myself just wanted to try out Blogspot Beta’s new features, namely, drag-and-drop template management. Now that I’ve tinkered with it somewhat, it’s not that much more helpful — for me, that is. Dumping the whole template into Notepad2 is still my preferred choice anyways.