T.Bird on a Wire

Hey everyone!
October 6, 2006, 11:17 am
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Update your links and head
on over to my new place
(same name, different domain).


Thursday Thirteen #10 is on my new site
October 5, 2006, 8:53 am
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Please visit my new site on my very own domain for today’s Thursday Thirteen.


Moving stuff
October 2, 2006, 12:40 pm
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I’m working on getting this blog imported into the new site. I think I should have checked my bookmarks for this stuff because comments didn’t import and category counts didn’t update. No biggie, though. I’m good with SQL and can pretty much fix most of it myself.

I also need to settle on a theme or make my own. I’d really like to make my own but am nervous about starting. I have a lot of documentation, but the design for me is the hard part. I’m not creative at all. I can do stuff from patterns, but to start something from scratch, design-wise, is scary.

I’d really like to expand now that I have a host and my own domain name. So those decisions about keeping stuff in blog format or making additional web pages will keep my mind busy too. I have been bored at my job and have started dabbling in different things outside of work (some related to what I do now, some totally off the beaten path for me) so I’ll eventually incorporate that stuff in as well.

The new site is http://www.tbirdonawire.net/tbirdwp

I’m still playing with the blog and the main site http://www.tbirdonawire.net. They may not work sometimes while I’m playing. Or, they may look one way one minute and then next something totally different.

I’ve really needed something lately to spark my interest again, and this just might be it. Comments, suggestions, tips, encouragement are all welcome!


Checking in
October 2, 2006, 6:21 am
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I’ve recently set up my own domain and have been playing around.  I’m excited about putting a whole new site together.  I’ll put a link up when I’m happy with what I have started.  It will constantly be a work in progress.

In the meantime, here’s another view from my back porch.