Just published my notes for the pictfor meeting held on the 14th Feb earlier this year, it was about Europe and the Digital Economy. And no I didn’t take Mrs L.
It can be summed up as a lack of future, cost to host and missing functionality. For more detail, check out my full article on my wiki.
Earlier this month, I completed the migration of my snipsnap bliki to davelevy.info. Most of the blog articles are in this blog, and most of the wiki articles are in my wiki. I have set a 303 on the old site and shall turn it off in about a month’s time.
I have just posted my comments on the 2013 budget, I have back dated the post to budget day, to try and keep the blog closer to diary form, some notes were made over the next couple of hours, but the article was finished today.
Just done some tidying up on the blog and web site and my syndication strategies.
Announcing Version 4 of my Blog, it’s a fully hosted wordpress implementation hosted at 1and1 in Germany. It’s been available for a couple of days now, it uses zdbench theme and wptouch, so it’s now easy to read with handhelds,
This is a new blog post to check on the voting widgets.
About owning the WordPress install and using 1and1 hosting services. I am preparing to change the look and feel of this blog, and have a shadow blog. This is installed using ftp of a wordpress distribution.
I am in the process of migrating my personal feeds from an AWS virtual machine to a hosting provider. I have upgraded my contract to give me shell access and have installed the planet venus software. I have installed xslt, the hosting provider makes gcc and autoconf available as part of the package.
I have created a fully hosted version of the blog here at davelevy.info and copied the articles from the original ‘canned’ wordpress blog. At the moment the old blog is still occupying the obvious URL of http://blog.davelevy.info.
My bliki, snipsnap, is now back on line, hosted by Amazon.
I’ve not been to Technorati for a while, and the process of claiming one’s blog and site have changed a bit. I hope that now I am using WordPress that it’ll be easier; roller, my first blog technology at Sun was a pain, and snipsnap which I used from August ’09 until last July was impossible. (It’s one of the reasons I decided to adopt WordPress, more people develop for it).