I recently moved my site to a new host. And I’ve also added my partner’s site to the WordPress multisite stack running this site and a number of others on this domain and chrisreynolds.io. Previously she was using WordPress.com, but was frustrated by a lack of adequate support and persistent caching bugs that even I… Continue reading Dashboard Changelog
I somehow missed the hype machine for the new social browser, RockMelt. So, when @LastPass tweeted that it worked with RockMelt, my ears perked up. RockMelt? WTF is that? RockMelt is a new kind of browser, or so the introductory video told me, one that combines your social web with your browsing experience. We’ve met such browsers… Continue reading RockMelt isn’t all that hot
since i first started the twitter schoolbus experiment, the goal was to create a system that compared with twitter rocket for getting followers. eventually, i discovered that my method was slow and took a lot of time to build a steady following. at least in theory, twitter rocket could build that following in about half… Continue reading twitter schoolbus: some tricks i’ve found
i spent this morning building and adding some social linking to our site. with all the digging and twittering and facebooking going on, if you have content worth sharing and you aren’t providing ways for people to share it, it’s fairly likely that people won’t. now, i have digg, facebook, and delicious bookmarklets in my google chrome bookmark bar, but i realize that i’m a geek and probably most people don’t do this. and anyway, it’s always nicer when those things are built directly into the page.
so i thought that i would share with you how to add social linking to your website or blog. please note that some of the code here will be wordpress-specific — which is great for wordpress users, but won’t be so helpful for those of you who don’t use wordpress. i will point out the areas where the code is wordpress only — there are plenty of resources out there for alternatives for your platform of choice.