I’ve used Windows Live Writer for almost as long as I’ve been blogging (mid 2007 or so). It’s worked well enough and I’ve liked having an offline editor. It moved to open source after years of stagnating (though it still worked well enough!) and I’ve finally moved to that version (at the same time I’m […]Read more "Moving to Open Live Writer"
I’m not terribly good at putting at least one image in every post. The images I do use are either screen captures from Snagit or photos from my phone. I rarely do much in the way of editing them, a luxury of running a low key blog. As far as process, I typically just insert […]Read more "Blog Images and PNG Compression"
My 2011 version of Live Writer didn’t seem to want to embed a Vimeo video, so I checked for an update and was surprised to see that a new version of Live Writer was released in August. I’ve always been happy with the product, so I decided to upgrade to see what was new. It’s […]Read more "Updating to Live Writer 2012"
Part of why I love IT is finding patterns and creating new ones. Patterns by themselves are interesting, but when you’re able to automate a pattern that’s when you start to really deliver value to a business. The result of that work is what I call process, and it might range from a batch file […]Read more "The Power And Pain of Process–Part 1"