Business is being done on the strength of a tweet. So who do you trust? I became aware of the question of trust when @JaniceTomich posted a tweet about @hrbartender’s blog post Trust is not Blind Faith.
We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. Anais Nin # How to stay on top of iPad news http://ad.vu/2zi9 # Redesigned a site using new Thesis theme .. my favorite http://bit.ly/aEeiq9 … also like ithemes Builder http://bit.ly/cgRrCGand # RT @ddougan: How reliant we are on being online! Lost 12 [...]
You can set up a meeting similar to Outlook using the GMail event function and Google Calendar Synch.
I like WordPress 2.7. Being able to install plug-ins and upgrade to a new release from your blog’s admin panel is more than worth the time is takes to upgrade. The new look and feel takes a bit of getting used to, but it’s well designed information is where you expect it to be.
I’m still not a big fan of the actual blog post editor. The window is too small. I like to move things around and read what I’ve already written. I know you can use preview, but that distracts me. Creating your posts in Word creates formatting issues when you cut and paste the content into a WordPress edit window.