The presentation of your website can attract or repel your audience.  To that end, I’m always out looking at new templates to see if I like the features of something new.  Here are 50 beautiful WordPress themes— though some may have gone stale.  Take a peak and see if you’d like to “wear” something new!

I think this is the first post I’ve attempted to write on my Viewsonic gTablet.  I definitely can’t type as fast as I can on a traditional keyboard, that’s for sure.

What do you usually use to write blogging content online?  I know that many use the website itself–which has come a long way!  I can remember writing posts at BraveJournal and that seems really primitive now.  Today I use Windows Live Writer because of how easy it is to get the formatting right, having local drafts, and having one interface to all blogs.

But now I’m giving WordPress on Android a try.  It would certainly make it so that I could blog anywhere.  I wonder if I can get used to not having feedback on the keyboard?

Posted from WordPress for Android

One of the things that every technology blog needs is a way to show code.

So, I think I’ve found a plugin that should do this quite well.

C#

printf("Hello World");

Did that work?

EDIT: It did!

The plugin I’m using for this is: SyntaxHighlighter Evovled.  Try it out if you want code in your WordPress blog.

I don’t know how many of you use Windows Live Writer to write web posts, but today, as I was writing  a post for another site, I noticed that I was having the same problem I had when I tried to post about a different topic:  My images were not loading from Windows Live Writer.

For the one of the posts, I simply created the post, and then uploaded the image and used the WordPress interface to create the post.  Today, when it happened again I decided I needed to fix it.

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