Nice to be back on wordpress

August 4, 2010

Our friendly blog builder guy, MarkCC of Good Math, Bad Math, has done a great job getting Scientopia running as a platform. The WP engine is familiar from my original blog so it is nice to have that.

There’s some bad news for you, though, DearReader. Mobile device blogging via the iPhone WP app.

You may be subjected to a higher rate of half-baked thoughts posted without many links to speak of.

You’ve been warned.

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  1. DrugMonkey Says:

    …and it worked just fine the first try.

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  2. physioprof Says:

    FUCK YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THAT FUCKEN WORDPORESS BLACKNBERRY DEALIO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Jason G. Goldman Says:

    w00t!

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  4. Oh, noes! I can just see it now: DrugMonkey and PhysioProf blogging from their crackberries and iPad minis after a bottle of MFJ. It might just break the internetz.

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  5. Hell yeah, brother! Loving my WP iPhoneage as well!

    And is this Georgia font, too?

    Heaven, I tell ya.

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  6. Dr Becca Says:

    Wait, back to yellow banner? What happened to gloomy DM?

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  7. isis Says:

    Yay! I am sure there was no pun intended with the “baked” business.

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  8. leigh Says:

    he did say “half”

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  9. jc Says:

    I think the banner is baking. It’s half done? nice and toasty.

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  10. DrugMonkey Says:

    I dunno about the font, you’d have to ask FontDweeb…

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  11. DrugMonkey Says:

    I am sure I do not know what you are talking about. A supposed domestic goddess should recognize the reference to pies and bread and stuff like that.

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  12. jeremy Says:

    I tried out the Android version this morning. Works great. Can’t wait to be the jerkoff blogging from a tent in the mountains. You know, that guy, me.

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  13. DrugMonkey Says:

    we really need to have a banner contest one of these days.

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  14. Neuro-conservative Says:

    But the Sb blog still has the sad, gray banner…Message?

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  15. DrugMonkey Says:

    Have you looked at the latest 24hr page at Sb recently? My banner color ain’t saying anything novel message-wise my friend.

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  16. Neuro-conservative Says:

    Yeah, but I don’t get why all the double-talk.

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  17. DrugMonkey Says:

    “double-talk” implies that I am saying one thing and doing another. I’m not seeing where that fits here.

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  18. Alan Kellogg Says:

    Re Banner: Looks like type 2 diabetes to me.

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  19. Neuro-conservative Says:

    Fair enough — let’s call it “constructive ambiguity.”

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  20. The banner at the old place reminded me of being an altar boy in the Polish church where I grew up in northern New Jersey – we’d drape everything in black on Good Friday. I took the metaphor in that spirit.

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  21. I can just see it now–DrugMonkey and PhysioProf blogging from their crackberries or iPad minis after a couple of shots of MFJ… I don’t know if the internetz will survive 😉

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  22. Dr. O Says:

    Bring it on! (banner contest and “half-baked” posts)

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  23. Dr Jekyll & Mrs Hyde Says:

    The grey-on-black banner was like “bad” Spider-Man in the third movie. I envisioned DrugMonkey swathed in worrisome dark tentacles, making illicit choices like running the statistics before he’s finished the experiment.

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  24. lylebot Says:

    “Deliberately obtuse” is how I would describe it. Since I have no idea what the purpose of having three (!) separate blogs is, I created a Yahoo Pipes pipe that combines the RSS feeds from all three into a single feed. It’s pretty easy to do: http://pipes.yahoo.com

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  25. microfool Says:

    Feature request: I’d appreciate if the main RSS feed had the full content, rather than the short blurbs with no links.

    Thanks!

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