Maybe we should replace commenting on popular websites with letters’ pages.
An in-development open source CMS designed to be compatible with Movable Type. Not sure why, but maybe it’s interesting…?
Hopefully useful Movable Type plugin for working out which bits of your templates are taking ages to rebuild.
An article from May 2009 about the @ sign, followed by some fascinating letters about what it’s called in other countries.
I liked this Freeman Dyson article from last year, recounting the scientific world of 1770-1830 and comparing it to today.
@phl Most things are probably my fault if you look too closely. Glad you got it working.
1357 comments on the Pepys site requiring attention after an old database mangling. At least 24 hours' dull work I reckon. Onward. Upward.
Right now my twitter feed is made up of 90% fictive characters from Pepys' world, and various Pretend Office employees.
@anothersam No problem - email me tomorrow if you still need a hand.
Having upgraded to Movable Type 5 yesterday, the admin interface's "News" widget is now announcing Movable Type 4.3 in July 2009...
@anothersam Let me know if you need a second eye on your Movable Type problem - I'm not very busy today.