Submitted by dbcollies on Wed, 2006-03-08 10:14
Submitted by dbcollies on Tue, 2006-03-07 19:58
It figures. The day I send out an email to everyone who has used BlogWatcher in the past, asking them to come check it out, I introduce some bugs into the code. Anyone who visited BlogWatcher between about 2PM and 8PM Central time probably saw some weird stuff going on.
The good thing is that it's fixed now, and no data was actually lost. It was just "missing in action" for a while. So the only thing I lost is my reputation. :(
Submitted by dbcollies on Tue, 2006-03-07 13:30
Submitted by dbcollies on Mon, 2006-03-06 18:42
Submitted by dbcollies on Mon, 2006-03-06 12:20
Yet another enhancement to BlogWatcher. At least, I think it's an enhancement. ;)
In addition to the information you're used to on the view page, there's a new column running down the left hand side of the screen. Listed there will be all of your subscriptions which have any posts attached to them. The number in parenthesis shows how many posts. Clicking on one of the subscription links will filter the display, so that you'll only see the posts from that subscription.
Submitted by dbcollies on Thu, 2006-03-02 19:33
I've added one more piece of functionality to BlogWatcher. It will now automatically load new posts as they are detected. It isn't necessary (or even desirable) to refresh the list to get new posts.
I also recommend that you delete old posts that you don't care about. The fewer active posts you have, the faster your page will load.
Submitted by dbcollies on Wed, 2006-03-01 21:14
EDIT: I've realized that they way I worded this could lead toÂ some confusion. The delete that I'm referring to isn't to delete the entire feed. You've always had that ability, from the "Manage my Subscriptions"Â page. This delete is for an individual post. It has no effect on the other posts from that feed. I'll be updating the layout of the page soon, to put the "Delete" link in a more logical place.
Submitted by dbcollies on Mon, 2006-02-20 08:07
Alan Hartung over at A Different Perspective has written a good article on objective vs subjective. I was going to write a comment there, but it got too long, so I decided to post it here instead.
Submitted by dbcollies on Fri, 2006-02-17 12:41
OYB: February 17th Readings
The one I focused on today was Mark 2:21-22, which speak of not putting new cloth onto a tear in an old garment, and not putting new wine into old wineskins. I'm familiar with these passage, of course. I've always seen it as a rejection of the "old" (the pharasees, etc) in favor of the new. Today, though, I had this gut feeling that I was missing something. These two verses seemed so out of place.
Submitted by dbcollies on Fri, 2006-02-17 07:43
Since I've been on something of a quest to be more "in touch" with myself, I decided to do one of these pop personality inventories. I don't know how much faith I put in it, but it might be interesting.