Monthly Archives: December 2007

Along These Rivers Update

It seems that the Along These Rivers book I wrote about a few days ago ( ) does indeed have a web site. I overlooked it previously because it shows up much further down the Google search results than I … Continue reading

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What’s Your Reading Level?

There’s a new meme circulating through the blogosphere, the “Blog Readability Test”. Just go to and enter the URL of your (or anyone else’s) blog and it’ll tell you what level of education is necessary to understand your blog. … Continue reading

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Along These Rivers: The (Secret) Book of Poetry and Photography from Pittsburgh

Last year I heard about some editors soliciting photography for a book being produced to celebrate the 250th birthday of Pittsburgh. Although I don’t usually send my work to publications that aren’t going to pay for it, this seemed like … Continue reading

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Global Warming Update

We’re now at the point where even global warming skeptics have noticed the increase in temperature of the sand they have their heads buried in.

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Straight Code, Twisted Buildings

One of the advantages of a manual blog is that you don’t have to reveal when each post was made. Although this blog runs on WordPress, my photoblog is done completely manually. That is, I write each page of HTML … Continue reading

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PDML Quotations Book – Part 1

There’s a reason I don’t make many posts on my blog: It’s because I have, and know how to maintain… a web site. A blog is really just a web page driven by on-line software that allows non-web-designers to add … Continue reading

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You can comment now…

I spent weeks customizing the stylesheets and PHP templates for this blog, but after having it on line for a week or so something struck me as a bit odd… There was no way for anyone to post replies or … Continue reading

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