They were all as green as the asparagus and Fiestaware placesetting when I showed this photo of the mushroom risotto I made with it all. Continue reading Morels!
It’s the Next Big Thing. Here’s a slideshow from a presentation I did on blogging. Continue reading A Little Shout-Out for the Digital Humanities
A Brief Manifesto Continue reading Everything You Own Was Designed
The similarities are numerous, and fun. Continue reading Firefly: The Lost Episodes
This is seemed pretty easy. The desktop app for WordPress, “Calypso,” turns out to be a snap to install. Doing anything more complicated gets to be, well, complicated. It’s got a long way to go before I’d turn a client loose on it. Continue reading Calypso
So what now, a miniseries about a miniseries? Why not just run all the original archive footage? Continue reading OJ Redux?
If I could send a message to myself in the past…. Continue reading Worst.Web.Host.Ever
Google developed special miniaturized cameras to do a street view of the world’s largest model railroad system. There goes my afternoon. Continue reading Google Maps Takes You To A Model Railroad
Another boring Divi post. But as I keep discovering more middling-to-advanced things that need to be done, new problems arise. Today it’s a problem with how rows and columns wrap on a smaller screen. So look here: For this site, a portfolio for an illustrator and cartoonist, we want to break up the monotony of: Description: Image Description: Image Description: Image And so on. But … Continue reading Responsive Columns in Divi
Who doesn’t love list web sites? I remember pushing — hard — for one back in 2003 (it didn’t go anywhere so who cares if I was a visionary?). But it’s a recursive thing. Continue reading List of Lists
I’m trying to make a simple customization to an Elegant Themes product, and their own support forums are giving two highly dubious responses. Continue reading Wait A Second
I foolishly forgot to take pictures, so this stock image will have to do. Continue reading Christmas Dinner
The greatest musician living is gone at the age of 90. Continue reading Boulez
After a rocky 2014-2015 season, the company is back on track in a new home. Continue reading The New, Improved Amore Opera
The old Whitney, up on Madison Avenue, never ever disappointed me. So when they decided to depart from the Breuer building for new digs at the south end of the High Line, I watched with real interest. Continue reading The New Whitney
Yesterday E. and I caught the special show of sculptures by Picasso at the Modern. There was lots to fall in love with here Continue reading Picasso Sculptures at MOMA
I was trying to do a radio-button select form for an evaluation, the kind where there’s a question and then a series of buttons for “agree,” “somewhat agree” and “disagree.”
The default Bootstrap code made it a mess, so here are a few styles you can add to neaten it up. Continue reading Bootstrap 3 Tables Tip
There’s a couple of little things you can do with a little elbow grease and the Google. We’ve changed the header around, organized the portfolio module better, replicated the contact information bar in a footer widget, added next/previous links to our portfolio items. Hope this helps someone. Continue reading A Couple Of Divi Tricks (updated)
Or is it just me. Now that 1/4 of the web sites in the world are using it, and most of them are probably downloading the upgrade package along with various theme and plugin upgrades, things are a little bit slow today. Continue reading Is WordPress 4.4 Breaking The Internet?
This time, Evolve. A somewhat overwhelming array of options, many of which make the site look overdone. Continue reading Another Theme
They should have kept the marker comp. Continue reading The New Google Logo Is Spacey