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jazzsequence

music, WordPress, and other assorted geekery

The problem with Google+

There’s a dilemma inherent in using any new social network in a market already saturated with social networks.  Unless all existing social networks are integrated into some massive conglomerate, there is no way to effectively replace one with another one.  For example, much as I hate Facebook, I still go there.  Why?  Because I have… (read more)

Ex Libris 1.0.6 Released

We just updated Ex Libris (again). The current version of the theme, 1.0.6, includes a theme update notifier that appears in your dashboard under the Updates link. When a new version is available, you will get a Theme Update Available message with the updated version. Clicking on this will take you to a new page… (read more)

the truth about hacked software

I want to get something out in the open.  It’s not illegal to hack your software. This is probably contrary to what you might assume when you hear the words “hack” and “software” used in the same sentence, but there is an important distinction to make: hacked software is not the same thing as pirated… (read more)

SublimeText — I think I’m in love

SublimeText 2 with Soda package, Monokai Soda color scheme, and Meslo font

I’m not one to gush about text editors. Pretty much they do their job and that’s about it. I respect the amount of work that goes into something like, say, OpenOffice.org Writer, but I wouldn’t say I’m in love with any particular aspect of it (except, perhaps, that it’s free — as in beer —… (read more)