|Unfollow You||June 30th, 2010|
I’ve spent the last hour or so unfollowing people on Twitter. When I was first on there I had a bad habit of following everyone back, unfortunately most of those I followed back were bots so my feed is filled with automated Tweets. I try and do this a little bit everyday, but I just felt I would attempt to get a huge chunk out today, but I don’t think I even cracked the surface. I have managed to unfollow over 50 people though and I am down to under 4246 people that I am following.
I am looking for reviewers for this site. If your interested let me know and I will create an account for you to post reviews. You’d get full credit, a link to your site on the review, and the review could be posted on your site as well. Let me know if you’re interested.
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Archive for June, 2010
|WordPress 3.0||June 22nd, 2010|
While I am waiting for Dreamhost to setup a subdomain so I can begin working on a new project for a client, I decided to upgrade a few things. First I was just going to upgrade some plugins in WordPress 2.9.2, but then I decided I would just upgrade to WordPress 3.0. What do I think of it? I think it feels exactly the same as 2.9.2 did. I know about the new features, but none of them seem to pop out at me just looking around the admin panel. It does look like most of the plugins I had installed do work with this update though, including my own ones, Character Count and Word Count.
I know I am behind on returning comments, I am hoping to rectify that soon though.
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|RIP Donahue||June 19th, 2010|
I am going to end this blog on a sadder note. One of the most beloved teachers at my high school passed away a few days ago. Now when I say that he was a beloved teacher I do not mean just for my class, I mean for the entire time he was at the school, back to when he started in the 1960’s. I was a tour guide at a high school reunion and students from the 60’s and 80’s asked if he was still teaching there. Even just on Facebook, when people started saying he died, almost immediately people wanted more information and was asking everyone that knew him if they knew what happened. Now that is a sign that he truly touched a lot of lives.
I personally was only in his class a few days due to a scheduling conflict, but I tried to keep him as a teacher and always wished I could have had him as a teacher. He taught history from a Native American perspective which I always thought sounded so different than anything every other US History class teaches. Honestly I think the most time I spent with him was on a trip to the Vietnam Memorial at the PNC Bank Arts Center and that’s pretty much all I can remember of it. Honestly I wish I could remember more of it, but I think I may be confusing it with a trip to a Holocaust museum.
Mr. Donahue joins an ever growing list of people from Collier High School who have died since I graduated in 2004. Rest in peace Mr. Donahue.
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