Yep, reading the documentation sometimes helps 🙂
Tonight we have wireless backstage! Well, “backstage” at a house concert actually means “the room we’re staying in” but it’s a very pleasant room. And it sounds like a very full house, which is always nice. Dallas has been pretty good to us over the years.
(Why yes, I’m still mucking about with the settings on the social plugins, why do you ask?)
So. Much. Driving.
There has to be a way to handle merges before construction zones more cleverly. Right now the system rewards the arseholes who squeeze past people and cause congestion and slowdowns. If everyone merged left-right-left-right, they could be much less painful.
No I’m not bitter at having spent the last hour merging outside of Texarkana for a construction zone that wasn’t being used (on a Sunday, natch), why do you ask?
So what did people think of the various social plugin tests? So far I don’t see much to differentiate between them… the Social plugin allows manual fetching of comments, which is great when you want to obsess, but maybe I don’t want to obsess. Or more to the point, maybe I shouldn’t obsess like that… after all, I’ve really liked our new newsletter software precisely because I can’t tweak every variable, and hence can get on with just getting things done.
So this post uses SNAP as well… if I had a photo available I’m sure I’d post that with it, but I don’t, so I won’t.
This is, of course, all part of a cunning plan to get Heather posting via WordPress, and sending it out to Facebook – then trying to convince people to subscribe to her WP updates, so that they actually get all of the updates, instead of whichever ones Facebook figures we’re not likely to pay for people to see. (Answer: NONE. You’re not having more of my money, Mr Zuckerberg.)
Yep, this one is testing an entirely different social media integration plugin. Wonder how this one works… Again, comment if you have a sec, so I can see how it works 🙂
… not actually all that exciting. I just want to see if this plugin works, because I have a Cunning Plan. I’d appreciate a couple of comments though, to test that functionality too 🙂 Thanks folks!