archive: November 2009

30
NOV
2009
29
NOV
2009

Final Episode of ‘Monk’

Posted by Shane

This friday is the final episode of Monk on USA Network. Monk has got to be one of the best shows around because Monk’s passion about being perfect and his OCD is just great fun and laughs.

The 2nd part of the series finally is this Friday on USA at 9pm EDT on USA. If you are going to watch the series finale, find part 1 on Hulu or USA Monk website before watching the 2nd one.

26
NOV
2009
24
NOV
2009

Site a bit messed up…

Posted by Shane

As the topic says… the CSS and XHTML is all fail right now. I am working on getting all the CSS and XHMTL working within the next day or so. This all stems from me wanting to move the CSS to CSS3 for easier rounded borders.

3am Update: I got a lot of the new markup done. A few problem remain, but I will leave them for tomorrow when I am more awake.

4am Update: Ok. Officially going to bed. I just imported all my posts in my dev blog to see how things are going. I see what needs to be done and I am going to do it tomorrow! Peace! :)

10am Update: I updated the site with the new theme files. Everything is wacked, but I needed more content to test with that I did not have locally.

3pm Update: Almost all files are done. Doing the page css now. Next post I should say “DONE!” :)

21
NOV
2009

Just want to let all you fellow WordPress users know that while I was at WordCamp NYC 2009, I did talk for a few minutes with Matt about a potential new media system. A while back I posted up a wireframes document. That version is now way outdated and been working on a new version since the end of WordCamp.

Most of the text is done. All that is left is mock-ups of the design proposal. I should have it submitted to Matt (photomatt) by the next few days after Thanksgiving and then once we talk it over and make any corrections, I will post it here for everyone to review for comments and suggestions on changes.

Once I am done with talking with Matt, hopefully I can start dedicating 100% of my time to re-developing the system for either 3.0.x or 3.1.x release. (3.0.x would be preferable because of the longer cycle) With 2.9.x feature frozen and image editing now added into the system it will be much easier to complete this task.

17
NOV
2009