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In my new job, I am getting deep into the inner workings of WordPress again. More about that in a future post (promises, promises). However, I will say that WordPress continues to progress towards a wonderful

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Thanks, Tom Woodward

Thanks to Tom Woodward, I am doing some Thanksgiving WordPress blogging. He wrote this awesome, simple, WP plugin that makes an “Easy Button” for writing posts. It get’s placed in your Dashboard and beckons you to

Joyful

A Joyful Reunion

Hey, Gardner Campbell, I’d like to introduce you to my new friends. Back on August 13th, I accepted a job to come to the University of North Florida to work at the Center for Instruction &

A Happy Ending/Beginning

This brief story started on September 7, 2015 when the good (did I say good, I mean great!) folks at the University of Mary Washington gave me a going away party at one of DTLT’s favorite

Why

I lost count how many times I saw this thumbnail in my Twitter stream yesterday: I and other folks in DTLT have been following the work of Michael Wesch for years now. I have written a

Wistia Presentation Syncing

  Summertime is play time! One of the things I’ve been playing with lately is a new video hosting service called Wistia. For a relatively low monthly cost, we can store lots of videos at a

A Follow-up

I’ve been meaning to post this for a while. At the moment, I’m taking some needed days off, but I’m happy to say that “Andyland” is back online and the above video is submitted as proof.

A Setback

“I’ve lost all my work!” That was the first thought in my head as I found out that the Media Editing Suite, affectionately called “Andy Land”, had been flooded with water from the ceiling due to

Gotchas in the 4K/Retina World

Vexing problems are sometimes set aside to deal with at another time. Let’s begin at the beginning. Since moving into the ITCC I have had the pleasure of using some 4K monitors (these Sharps – yes,

Iterating the Kit

Transition. It can be fun. Frustrating. Overwhelming. Invigorating. All those and many other things. For me it’s always about the next step. No one I know is more critical of me than me. One of the