Posts Tagged ‘blogging’

Separating geekery from humanism

September 3, 2009

Ok that sounded totally retarded.

Anyways, Geoff, Jem and I have created a tech blog to post our tech musings, please visit us at http://tehloft.wordpress.com

Now, you have three times as much geekery at a single place. And this blog will be more about my own personal non-tech musings. More human stuff.

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Oh no.

August 28, 2009

I was categorising my posts just now, and I realised most of my posts fall under geek. This is bad.

I need to talk about more human things..

Or I can just port all the Geek posts over to the new tech blog! Oh well win-win.

I am going to start a tech blog!

August 27, 2009

And I need names. Geoff please help!

Basically it will be a blog that talks about tech stuff, anything that requires elbow grease, and basically fun stuff. Expect much ranting and sarcasm.

And probably, lots of Apple stuff as well.

Something like lifehacker meets gizmodo meets god knows what else..

I will be starting this with Jem, and so far we are going to have topics ranging from Apple (duh), to making schnapps, to basic electronics (V=IR), to cars, to DIY..

The main difference is that this blog will be more SG centric, so instead of radioshack we will have sim lim tower, instead of wallmart we will have carrefour, instead of apple NYC we will have singtel commcentre.

I’m also hoping that geoff can be part of this as well. As a guest contributor, why not man.

We can leverage wordpress for blog hosting, YouTube for video hosting, and maybe dropbox for file hosting..

And totally leverage our iPhones (Jem excluded) to do this at anytime, anywhere, whenever we are free or feel like it.

All we need now is a name. Exciting!

OMG THIS IS SO FUCKING COOL

August 27, 2009

I CAN IMPORT MY OLD BLOG INTO THIS ONE. :O :O :O

Testing comments display

August 27, 2009

If you look on the right I have 2 different ways to display comments: one is WP’s built in comments, the other is via an RSS feed.

The built in one is not customisable, it does not show the contents of the comments, but it doesn’t take up much space.

The RSS feed is more customisable, it is able to show the contents of the comments, but it takes up quite a bit of space, especially if the comments are long.

Which do you think is better?

Blogging on the iPhone

August 20, 2009

Totally rocks. And caffeine is my fuel.

wow.

August 19, 2009

WordPress’ design looks very Apple inspired. I like.

But what’s the difference between Categories and Tags? I’m confused now.

Anyway, I got myself a WP account just so I can blog on the go, with the WP iPhone app. I’m such a sucker.