Not only does Jeff have a new blog… but he used GoddessBlog and got it running all by himself! (To my knowledge, he’s the first that hasn’t had to turn to me for help with my unclear instructions.) Kickass.


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  1. Thanks Kris–it’s great having a blog with no ads! I had to do some tweaking, but I’m a code geek from way back (My first machine was a Commodore VIC-20 in 1982, and I started using the Mac Plus in 88. Wow I feel old now 😉

  2. Oh good. Seriously, if you have any suggestions or comments about my instructions at all, let me know. I know nothing about technical writing, so I wrote it just like I talk. Which probably isn’t the easiest thing to follow. 🙂

  3. I love GoddessBlog! It’s the best! 😉

  4. jeff is one smart cookie. for real.. those lightbulbs on the christmas tree? look for the brightest one, and that’s him. 🙂

  5. I’m gonna finally set up my GoddessBlog blog one day, I mean it. It’s on my to do list. I just being a commitment-phobe currently.

  6. I second Brigita’s comment about Jeff being brilliant. He found a glaring error I left in my code! (It’s not in your version, Moire, so don’t worry.) All fixed now, folks.

    Also, Moire – I’ve got some new modules to release! Should have some stuff for you to play with this weekend. Come on, Dan. You know you want to be one of my guinea pigs! Uh, I mean, “beta testers.” 🙂

  7. Yay! Guinea pig! Guinea pig! I’m ready!

  8. Actually, after your post about half-assed DoS attacks on your email address and debates about protective self-censorship and whatnot, I’m wondering whether it might not be better to remain Dan the anonymous lurker. Well, ok I still would like to try a blog, but maybe I’ll open a hotmail account or two for the sake of my harassers (I’m sure I would get tons.)

  9. That’s not a bad idea, Dan. If I had it to do all over again, I’d make sure that the address listed on the site is NOT the one that my parents and everybody have. That way you can kill the website one if needed.

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