cc licensed flickr photo shared by cogdogblog @dailyshoot: 2010/02/24: There is often a conflict between traditional and contemporary. Make a photo that shows this tension. (@melhutch) #ds101 Oh man, when I read the assignment this morning, I thought-- "is this the first one I bail on?" -- I had no ...

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Darn, I should have gone by my usual route of trying things before I blog about them. In a previous post, I speculated about using WordPress and the Twitter Tools Plugin to add a hashtag to posts to either aggregate them (among multiple bloggers) or segrate them (for a single ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by KE-TA I cannot claim organization as one of my attributes, but have had an interesting process the last few months in getting a tad closer to being more organized in my digital photography. The 12,000+ photos in flickr accumulated since March 2004 are but the ...

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It's been a while but it is time to add to my collection of WordPress Dissected where I break down web sites I have been building using WordPress but with some moderate to severe template wrangling. Today I present an NMC project set that is sort of a Zen Riddle. If ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by Slightlynorth My not so accurate radar is being tickled by some recent emerging technologies that some Big Shot may place as the next incremental digit following "Web". Submitted for your approval, Mr Serling: A lot of talk of "real time search" The whole crazy growth of Twitter, ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by ElDave The main navigation of most WordPress sites is driven by cycling through all of the content that are WordPress pages-- which is nice, but sometimes you have content that you don;t want cluttering the navbar. Or maybe you want to insert something that is ...

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Here's a big twitterbution to robin2go (who was so cool to meet in person at Penn State) for sharing a really cool WordPress Plugin -- Tagnetic Poetry. It displays your WordPress tags as something that looks like the magnets you make into poems for your fridge-- and just as they ...

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My colleague Rachel Smith presented a nice little WordPress challenge to re-create what she had done previously as old skool manual HTML page updating into her WordPress blog (see Postcards back through time). In the spirit of previous documentation of WordPress Theme hacking, here is the under the hood things ...

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