The amount of comment spam has gone out of control. I’m not the only one facing the problem, I’ve heard the same from other writers using WordPress on their sites. So, I’ve changed the rules. You have to be logged in to comment. I don’t know if this will cut the amount of spam I’m […]
Yes, I haven’t been around a lot. Quite frankly the pain has been so bad that even the Morphine hasn’t been controlling it. This is not fun. But I’m going to drive myself to do stuff. Whether I do things or not, I’m still in pain. Even if my concentration isn’t 100%, I’m still capable […]
2013 has been an interesting year. Or, as Mr. Spock would have said, “Fascinating.”
Maybe I’m weird, but I find Statistics fun. So here’s a list of the most popular articles on my blog. You’ll note that they cover a range of interests. My mind wanders into a lot of strange places…
I really should try to keep up with my email. Jetpack, the WordPress stats add-on sent me an email with a report on what I did in 2011, and I only noticed it today. It had some interesting statistics. Enjoy. Regards Wayne Borean January 11, 2012
To start off I’d like to make a sad announcement. Sam, my Beagle Dog, the handsome little guy who I’m holding in the picture above, who I’ve referred to as my “Editor in Chief” (he sat beside me when I wrote every article for the last four years) died in June. He was chasing a […]
Well hello denizens of the internets! Particularly those who are frequenting the Madhatter’s blog! I am happy to make your acquaintance.
About a week ago I was officially hired by SemiAccurate. I hadn’t gotten around to posting about it, because I’ve been a lot of fun, writing some really interesting articles.
OK, I messed up. When I originally set up Weblit Canada, there were a lot of things that I didn’t know about Drupal, the content management system that I chose. Drupal is a powerful, flexible, option filled piece of software. In fact it’s got options on it’s options. To a new user, well, this can […]
As promised, I’ve posted the start of my fantasy novel, Book of Honor – Urbema, on Weblit Canada.