36 posts with the tag callum

I might be on Seth’s book!May 24, 2008

Seth posted a request for people to send pictures of themselves for the cover of his next book. What a genius idea! So sure enough, I…
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Installed a sitemapApril 15, 2008

I ’ m on a mission to take the top spot when searching for “ Callum ” . I ’ m currently number 2 on Scroogle and number 21 on Yahoo . In…
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I finally joined FlickrFebruary 29, 2008

Somewhat begrudgingly, I have finally joined flickr . I was delighted to discover that I got the url flickr.com/photos/chmac – my usual…
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Good Morning TorontoNovember 22, 2007

This is the view I awoke to this morning … Nothing like a little snow to make me glad I work from home! 🙂
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Open source and adding valueNovember 15, 2007

There has been an interesting shift in Intellectual Property over the last few years. Particularly, the rise in popularity of open-source…
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Risen to Number 2November 15, 2007

In a scroogle search for “ Callum ” I have risen from the mirky depths of around 15 to second place! For the past few weeks I ’ ve been…
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Montreal BreakfastOctober 09, 2007

Big thanks to Morgan for an awesome Quebecoise breakfast this morning. Fresh croissants, pastries and other French goodies. I ’ m loving…
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Upgrade to 2.3October 07, 2007

I successfully upgraded to WordPress 2.3 today. There were one or two glitches to start with, thankfully I had a full backup and was able to…
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Leaving Do: Sunday 8pm, DragonflySeptember 28, 2007

I ’ m leaving Edinburgh next week so having a farewell soiree on Sunday from 8pm at Dragonfly Bar . All welcome.
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I’m Going to MontrealSeptember 27, 2007

It ’ s confirmed. The contracts are signed, the flights are booked, I ’ m going to Montreal. I fly on Monday 8 October. I ’ ll be working…
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I’m Sticking with PHPSeptember 24, 2007

Thanks to an article by Derek Sivers , I ’ m sticking with PHP. I ’ ve dabbled with Ruby on Rails, but in the end, I just can ’ t be…
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Is the traditional relational database dead?September 21, 2007

Just read a fascinating paper on relational databases. Aside from being filled with TLAs (Three Letter Acronyms) the paper was pretty…
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WordPress Options PagesSeptember 12, 2007

I ’ ve just written an article on the WordPress Codex (wiki) about how to create options pages and have WordPress handle all the saving…
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Ragging on OpenIDSeptember 12, 2007

Stefan Brands wrote a post slating OpenID and talking about why his company ’ s proprietary software is unlikely to ever be OpenID…
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Social Networking RightsSeptember 10, 2007

After talking about member rights on CouchSurfing , I was interested to see this article that Dante forwarded about creating a bill of…
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