This is a just a quick tip that should make your search for information a lot quicker and easier. You can use Ctrl+F (or Cmd+F on a Mac) to find any text in a webpage.
No really, I’m asking! My web host My first (and current) web host, NearlyFreeSpeech.net, was recommended to me by my husband when I moved from Blogger to WordPress. I didn’t really know anything about servers and hosting at the time, so I trusted my software engineer’s advice implicitly. He didn’t steer me wrong; I’ve found […]
I haven’t been a fan of the idea of camera applications on the iPhone: the ones that take over, or replace, the regular camera. They just seemed unnecessary to me. Then there was Hipstamatic, which you know I love. Now, Lisa Bettany and Tap Tap Tap have come out with Camera+. Lisa is pretty au […]
I bought Scrabble for the iPhone (warning: iTunes link — actually I didn’t get that exact one, I got the one in the Australian iTunes store, which includes English, French, German, Italian and Spanish) on sale last week. I was pretty impressed with the interface, the ease of play and the general enjoyment of the […]
EPS files have their uses, for sure, but they seem to be a standard output of Adobe Illustrator, which is a bit sad, because Inkscape (the open source vector editor I use) can’t open them (without some hassle with ghostscripts or something). Recently I needed to change the colour of an EPS image and I […]
Presenting the Thesography plugin for WordPress! Thesography allows you to display EXIF data for your photos uploaded with WordPress, and also enables the import of latitude and longitude information from your photos to the database when they’re uploaded. You can display the EXIF information via a shortcode within your post or by a handy function […]