This is a quick note to myself, so I remember the best way to protect PDFs behind a password on a course blog. Joe Ugoretz highlights the problems with most methods, and then proposes the solution I'm using here: Ben Balter's WP Document Revisions plugin. There are a few tricks involved to get WP Document… Continue reading Password Protecting PDFs on Course Blogs
One of the interesting features of Twitter is that you can delete a "tweet" you've written and it will retroactively disappear from any of your followers' lists of tweets. This is different from RSS, where, once an RSS reader has collected the post data from a feed, the excerpt (or entire post) in the RSS… Continue reading RSS is Forever
Ignore the different looks this blog will be assuming these next couple days. I'm updating my templates and it's going to take a while to get it all done. Damn Movable Type for totally changing the standards of their templates from version 2.6 to 3.x. It's been such a hassle that I'm toying with the… Continue reading Dust? What dust?