Today I’ve had the chance to participate in two events related to the project management profession. Even though I haven’t got much going on in the field at the moment, I’ve always been keen on keeping an eye on the PM profession, and it has presented two completely different faces.
My blog is running on a self-hosted WordPress instance, and I have an Android phone. I also do some long commutes, so it would be quite sensible, to use the WordPress for Android for blogging. Better yet, why use my laptop at all just to write an article, when I can simply hook my bluetooth keyboard, that only gathers dust anyways, and use that for blogging.
The application has a number of features, that are quite well designed and convenient, but there are some glitches and inconviniences, that prevent me from doing so.
- This is the ninth article in the attempt to form a habit.
One week after the start, and I feel it’s time for some retrospective.
In the past days, I have been posting eight articles on various topics. So far it was quite easy, as I was rolling a few ideas ahead of me, for a while. It is becoming increasingly difficult, as time goes by.
I keep this blog mostly for my personal journal, so I won’t forget what I worked on, and to keep my writing skills up. I never thought anyone would seriously be interested in what I wrote, so I’ve paid little attention to the comments I received for my posts. To keep the steady flow of spam at minimum, I’ve set up Spam Karma 2, and didn’t worry too much about it anymore.
Just now when I entered the admin area for routine upgrade, I’ve noticed that beside the 2500 spam comments I also have about 30 not marked as spam, and I became curious. Are these real comments, or have they bypassed the spam filter?
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