The back-end upgrade from MT 2.64 to MT 3.34 went almost shockingly well. Nothing seems broken, all my old entries & comments are still here, and (what I was most worried about) my templates are all still working. So far, so good. I’ll have to wait and see how the new comment spam system works […]
I’m sure Echinde or some of the other, better bloggers than I out there will have a field day with this: [Author Laura Session Stepp] writes a letter to mothers and daughters, in which she warns the girls: “Your body is your property. . . . Think about the first home you hope to own. […]
It’s been a long, busy week. Today was a gorgeous, warm, springlike day, though, which was a very nice way to wrap the week up. And this is some very welcome news too: The U.S. House of Representatives denounced President George W. Bush’s Iraq troop buildup on Friday in a symbolic challenge to his unpopular […]
From the archives… Tommy, looking slightly startled.
I’ve been very busy (here’s why) and have missed a lot of things I normally would be blogging about. However, this is too cute to let it pass unnoted: Workers at the Meriden Humane Society are marveling at a short-haired mother cat who has willingly adopted a six-day-old Rottweiler puppy that was rejected by its […]
By way of new blogroll member Skippy, this bit of scary news from just up the road in San Francisco tonight: Elie Wiesel, the renowned Holocaust author and Nobel Peace Prize winner, was attacked and dragged out of a San Francisco hotel elevator last week, possibly by a Holocaust denier who claims to have stalked […]