Mind the Blog

Recovered from the Wayback Machine.

Only in weblogdom would you have such customer service attitude and “You want it? You got it, babes!”

I asked for Mind the Blog as a mug from Gary at Blogstickers and lookie at what we got:

Mind the Blog coffee mugs!!

Rageboy would be proud of you Gary. You da man.

Update: Okay, to support this cause, whereby proceeds go to help support Blogstickers, first five people in my comments get a Mind the Blog coffee mug, courtesy of Me! BurningBird! Last of the big time spenders. Update Again: Ignore my comments in the mix. And Yes, I’ll pay shipping to Australia. I draw the line at China, though.

Quick! Before my credit card company catches up with me!

Final Update On this Blurb: That was fun! Luckily the store can ship international. I just sent the winners an email to get their addresses. And we’ve helped Gary to support the Blogstickers weblog.


Day 1 in Exile

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Hello babees! Today is Day 1 in exile!

Like the new color? Fits “BurningBird” doesn’t it? Orange: edgy, quick tempered, a little manic, and in your face. But with charm, don’t forget that part. Bitter-sweet, yeah, that’s me.

Actually, the color change was a purely impulsive act. One nice thing about having a plain layout — you can change things on a whim. And I am nothing if not whimsical.

Hey Radio 8.0 users, I have a big favor to ask of you. I’m writing a review of Radio 8.0 for O’Reilly Networks, and I’m looking for feedback from the user community about your experiences with the product. If you’re interested in participating, please send me an email with the following info (or attach a comment to this posting if you’re shy):

    • Name, email, URL of Radio weblog site (optional)
  • What features of Radio 8.0 have you used?
  • What features are your favorite?
  • What features are missing or incomplete?
  • Have you used any external interface into or out of the product? If so, what and how?
  • How was your installation experience? And on what OS?
  • Will you continue to use it? If so, why? If not, why not?
  • If you had a weblog before, what software did you use to maintain it?
  • What’s your technical background?

Your answers will be strictly confidential unless you tell me I can blab. When the article comes out, we’ll have a party at my weblog, you bring the booze and I’ll supply the mariachi band.