Today’s pathetic dial-in NaBloMoPo post is brought to you by Commenting – it’s not just for spamming anymore. Do you ever find that somedays your comments on other people’s posts are more inspired and interesting than anything you can dredge out of your brain for your own blog? Well, today is definitely one of those d [...]
I have changed my theme again. Primarily because Vox just launched the Toronto cityscape!!! Though I wish we had something cool like Paris’ gargoyle enlarged in the corner. Maybe a peameal sandwich? A streetcar? A city-moose? The CETO logo? Humm.. what could we have in the corner?
180px-GreatPumpkin Show us a great pumpkin. “A great pumpkin”? There is only one Great Pumpkin and while I have waited and watched for him in the pumpkin patch on many an All Hallows’ Eve, I have yet to see him let alone photograph him. Will we be on the hunt for photos of Santa, Cupid and the Easter Bunny next? [...]
Okay, without going into the rant both my parents subjected me to when I used the word “weird” for anything other than the preternatural, I will respond to the essence of the question: What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten? Submitted by Megan. The weirdest things I’ve ever eaten are: By name: Monkeygla [...]
Everyone loves the QotDs. It’s like someone out there in Vox-land is interested in knowing every little detail about us: our favourite candy, our middle names, words we’ve made up, our nicknames and where we’ve lived. It’s so easy to answer and the questions are so innocuous and seductive. We want to share. We want [...]
Many of the people I know who are using Vox already have and maintain popular blogs – personal and professional. But Vox has been attractive and/or interesting enough to draw us over to check it out. My friend Kate notes that she is “writing a comparison between Vox and other mainstream oriented blogging software.” Vox is s [...]
Notes [Manually cross-posted from unsweetened.ca] A while ago while flailing about looking for a multi-contributor hosted blogging product I signed up to be notified of a new product the folks at SixApart were working on. At that point I thought it would allow me to setup multiple individual blogs and provide the ability to have [...]
A while ago while flailing about looking for a multi-contributor hosted blogging product I signed up to be notified of a new product the folks at SixApart were working on. At that point I thought it would allow me to setup multiple individual blogs and provide the ability to have all the sub-blog posts consolidate into a single overarch [...]