Now, that you lay in front of me… so peaceful, like an angel… I can say everything I wanted to say to you and I just couldn’t have the nerve to say. I couldn’t have the nerve to look to your eyes and tell you “I should’ve listened to you from the start”. Now that you lay in front of me I realize that you are the only man who really cared. I was twenty two back then, but I thought I knew better. I thought all men were like you. I thought he would take care of me and treat me right, but I was wrong. I left everything and I followed him only to discover the beginning of my misery. You used to tell me that a person who deserves my tears wouldn’t make me cry, but I cried every morning for the past 20 years. I cry when there’s no one around and I cry whenever I look at the mirror. I cry for how stupid I was when I was young and how little I knew about life. Why did you spoil me this much when I was still a toddler? Why did you make life seem so easy when it is actually so bitter? We went th
Rough Seas Ahead http://bit.ly/14IDFJQ http://iaitan.blogspot.com/2013/06/june-18-2013-at-0517pm.html
I am glad you are feeling better and recovering fast from your surgery. Enjoying and relaxing will facilitate faster recovery. Your experiences about Bellingham is truly a validation of what really it is about. Only the visitors who can validate such experiences that people who live in this town enjoy its amenities, views, people and the environment. I enjoy Bellingham a lot and my friends will surely tell the same story.
The “Comments I’ve Made” feature on WordPress.com is very nice. It works much like the comment feed we had at Vox.com: leave a comment on a post, and you’ll see all subsequent comments (plus your own) in your feed. You don’t get bombarded with e-mails, and you don’t see the discussion that had already happened when you commented. You aren’t shown posts you didn’t comment on, and you can ignore the feature completely if you aren’t interested. I really like this kind of thing, because it improves the social usability of WordPress.com. To date, the comment system here has been robust enough, but with few tools to help you find the conversations you’ve gotten into. A usable social platform really needs niceties like this.
Well, I’ve gotten through day 2 of Digital Media Publication for HS Journalism Advisers. I have definitely learned more in two days than I ever thought possible! One of the biggest things I’ve learned so far (and something that cancels out the information in my previous post), is that WordPress is not only a blog (like this here one), but also a very fine content management system (CMS). And so silly little me, thinking that I was being very proactive in creating this blog, was utterly mistaken. On the up side, our awesome instructor, Aaron Manfull, has been really helpful in showing us the ropes of WordPress the CMS, and creating test sites through JEAdigitalmedia.org for us to play with this week. And play we have! If you want to see my sample website for the New London student news, clickity click your mouse here. We just learned widgets at the tail end of today, so you’ll see in my sidebar I have been experimenting with lots of add-ins (including a very fab video
It’s been awhile since my last blog update, which leads me right into today’s topic. It’s no secret that successful blogs update regularly, which I am still trying to manage. I had intended to post updates over the weekend, but life and a family emergency got firmly in my way and the updates never happened. Since WordPress allows blog posts in advance, the issue boils down to content, content, content. Cartoonist and author Howard Tayler of Schlock Mercenary is famous for his “buffer”. He writes, draws, inks, and colors strips on a schedule well in advance. In all the time I’ve been following the strip I have never seen him miss an update because he didn’t have content ready to go. I see plenty of blogs that update daily without fail, so I’m sure they follow a similar routine. The question is not if you will need a buffer of content ready to post, but when. I don’t know when I’m going to get my blog buffer in place, but
Lately I’ve been talking to a lot of my fans and people on the internet and it got me thinking about how much I’ve actually helped some people in their life. I always try but I never think about it. I just speak my mind about life and if it helps people that’s very cool! Sometimes I throw in some jokes and just help them enjoy themselves. It’s a glorious feeling I get to have everyday. It’s another reason I’m going to enjoy my youtube show. I’ve had many people even join twitter, wordpress, and instagram just because of me! I hope you guys are out living your dreams as well. My stomach just growled at me, time to eat supper! Haven’t eaten since breakfast. Send me questions for me to answer on my show! Until than, god bless!
WordPress tour video: My WordPress page is filled with most of my content that i did in Information Technology. Most of my current events consist of technology related articles. Some of my posts are about cell phones, video games, and cars. Here are two of my articles. http://jason2s.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/current-events-9-firefox-os-developer-phones-sold-out/ http://jason2s.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/current-events-10-adept-driver-releases-information-on-the-dangers-of-hands-free-texting-while-driving/
Happy Tuesday everyone! Riddle me this, riddle me that! BAM! You all remember that one post from last Thursday concerning riddles? Well, some of you showed up and delighted the mind with what you had to offer. To refresh your memories, here is last week’s prompt! Prompt: Imagine that You are the Sphinx! Some daring warrior has some goal to complete and you’re the only thing standing in his or her way! They have to answer a riddle to get by! What is the riddle that you challenge them with? Your riddle can be in any form using any device that you desire. Please keep the answer to yourself. Even if people engage with you and figure out what the answer is, don’t let them know that they’re right! Poets, you’ve all done an excellent job. Let’s go ahead and start this off with Jim from The RunningFather Blog, who came with this gem of a riddle: You may travel three winds and three directions see. The fourth will force your will within to turn and stare at me. Lilith, the tortuous se
Well this is interesting. Everyone’s favorite blogging company Automattic has just taken Poster off the market and folded it into the family. The company behind WordPress, has purchased Poster. Developer Tom Witkin is joining WordPress’ mobile team with the aim of bringing his app’s unique features to WordPress’ own app. Innovation can come from two places: It can be born of demand and created by the company that first launched it over time. It can also be as simple as going shopping for something that already has it. In this case it’s a business transaction. WordPress will benefit but someone will have to sacrifice in the process. For its users, Poster is no longer available in the app store. Users who already own the app will be able to re-download it from their accounts and Witkin has announced that he will continue to provide support. So what was the big deal all about? Poster brought a number of features not found in the company’s own apps to Wo
The amazing support forums, the ability to purchase the website, and infinite pages are some of the reasons I picked WordPress. However, Google Blogger has some nice features of its own. See my Comparison
En el menú de la parte superior te encontrarás con una pestaña destinada a WordPress. En ella hay un índice que iremos siguiendo para crear y gestionar nuestras propias páginas web con WordPress. Intentaremos seguir el orden que aparece en el índice, pero en algunos casos nos lo saltaremos para solucionar las dudas que os vayan surgiendo, para intentar resolverlas. Cuando incorporemos nuevos archivos tutoriales os lo iremos publicando en “Novedades“. Ahora los apartados que os encontrareis publicados son los siguientes: 1. Cómo registrarse en WordPress. 2. Cómo acceder al blog para gestionarlo. 3. Cómo entrar en el blog para modificarlo. 4. Cómo cambiar la apariencia (paso 1). 6.5. Cómo cambiar el formato de la letra. 9. Cómo gestionar los comentarios del blog. ¡Esperamos que os sean de utilidad!