I just watched this video about the Google(x) project called “Project Wing”: I love the idea and, you know what, …
Full feed lament
This is probably going to sound pretty old fashioned but I miss the days when more blogs published full feeds and the exception to that norm was a truncated feed. Back then, in the old days of blogging, publishing full feeds just seemed to be more honest.
When I subscribe to a feed these days and receive a full feed, it feels like a rare honesty in a Web of selfish truncated feeds designed to…
I caught part of a demonstration by Mark Wainman Karate yesterday and created this short video of an impressive demonstration Mark and his fellow black belts put on for the crowd.
When lawyers don’t take each other’s demands seriously
The Lawyerist’s post titled 9 Epic Responses To Legal Threats is a must-read for lawyers and people who aren’t really fans of lawyers. My favourites are numbers 4 (Jack Daniels) and 9 (West Orange). Here is a taste of the West Orange reply:
Oh, and just to play along, hadyou intended for your letter to be taken seriously, even in some small measure, we would have sent in a response something…
Essential viewing for humans (especially rugby fans).
Joost Glory Game-Trailer (English)
"I wear a Magen David because I am not too small to fight"
The last few weeks have been challenging times for Jews worldwide, particularly here in South Africa where we have been spared the growing anti-Semitism that has gripped much of Europe and other parts of the world. The Israeli campaign in Gaza has inspired tremendous opposition to Israel and its ongoing fight to protect its citizens and continue to thrive. Collectively, as Jews, we are probably…
Google Drive for Work’s fundamental insecurity
Google Drive for Work is pitched at enterprises and is an appealing collaboration and file sharing option. Unfortunately it has a fundamental flaw: once you take a document outside the Google Drive service itself, any access limitations you imposed on your documents are lost and your documents are completely unprotected.
When you create a document in Drive and share it, you have 3 permissions you…
Roughly 12 000 people attended the South African Solidarity Rally for Israel on 3 August, partly in response to vocal and widespread condemnation of Israel and its campaign to defend itself from recent attacks by Hamas from Gaza.
Is reorganising WordPress categories and posts a recipe for disaster?
I have far too many categories for this blog and I want to consolidate a number of them, remove others. I started doing this a while ago and wound up changing the publication dates for a number of old posts which started appearing as most recent posts. It was a mess.
Is there a way to safely consolidate categories, delete unused ones and not make a complete mess of the site?