I wish I could say it was some genius master cracker that tricked Amazon, Apple and Twitter to get into my account, but unfortunately it was just plain carelessness.
For the last several months, life has been pretty good. I’ve been hanging out, relaxing, having fun and doing some good work. Except -unbeknownst to me, my website had been under attack the entire time.
I’ve been running a few Facebook experiments using the Facebook “Boost Post” advertising feature. The short answer is, it does what it says it will do. Alas, it cost me nothing less than my very soul to discover this information.
Those of us who blog using WordPress usually develop our own methods of writing and posting to make it more convenient and efficient for us. I’m going to outline my process here, so maybe some of you will get something out of it.
Hey guys, I’d like to present my very first Triberr reblogged post. If you don’t know what that is, please check out Triberr at the link or ask me any questions and I’ll be happy to fill you in. This post is from my buddy Dino Dogan, one of the founders of Triberr. Check it […]
I’ve been doing some much needed structural work, shoring up the support beams here at the Hypertransitory Towers of Doom, and I decided to take a closer look at how my site displays on mobile devices. It was functional, but I thought I would make a few adjustments. If you haven’t paid close attention to your website’s mobile appearance you might want to do the same.
If you’re using Wordpress with the Genesis theme, I’ve found a way to take all the pain out of adding dynamic headers by using a few awesome widgets and a very helpful video tutorial.
A new direction of sorts for the old blog at Hypertransitory.com
Using the Wordpress Mobile App to be lazy AND efficient with your blogging.
Good news, people. This is Hypertransitory.com’s first ever guest post. Please welcome Roman First Spear Legionnaire Gaius Severus Maximus. -JG Greetings, noble men and women of virtue. It has come to my attention that many of you have questions about how to proceed with your “blogging”. I informed the owner of this blog that my […]