My thanks goes to Twitter for highlighting their support for Do Not Track (DNT) in their latest product and policy updates email I received today. I was not actually aware of DNT until today, which turns out to be a privacy preference that users can set in their web browsers.
Through watching Project XIII unfold and following the discussions surrounding the project over the last few months it has made me stop and think about what I really what of me out on the web and what I want to allow to be done with the data I do share.
As I ease myself back into work and life online, after taking some time out to enjoy becoming a parent for the first time, I find myself breaking all the rules I used to live by as a web designer.
Yesterday Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Computer, passed away.
I again uploaded my local backup files and uploaded the FTP Upgrade Fix plugin. Upon activating the plugin, I tried the automatic update again and success!
Is Facebook giving us a precious gift of connecting with friends who have once been in our lives for a reason or season to once again come into our lives for another reason, another season or perhaps this time a lifetime?
Where does one begin to look for WordPress plugins that do all the cool stuff seen on other blogs and get the full functionality envisaged when first planning your blog?
My next mission was to get a local version of WordPress up and running on my mac, so I could do some testing and implementation of new features without the fear of totally messing up my live version!
Having trouble and getting errors when trying to upload your first image or media file into your WordPress blog post? I was!
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