I am not a Vim guru, but it is my editor of choice. I get stuck on a lot of remote servers and it just is too much for my peanut brain to handle switching back and forth from a command line interface to a Gui just to write some code. It fits. I like it.
I've changed the site yet again. I was starting to hate the last look a lot. This is a default drupal theme. This is *also* the latest and greatest Drupal version. I upgraded this site as a segue into upgraded all of my clients sites.
More theming options including the new Jquery library that was added to drupal 5.
Also thinking a lot about revamping the structure here to something more agreeable to my own personal workflow. I had the old "Book Review" section, which I actually liked a lot. I can also envision a "recipes" section for all the cooking and variations on it I like to do. All that would dovetail nicely into the "Art and Portfolio" section, and maybe a general projects section.
This would make the blog much less central. Perhaps square all that away with a new landing page that gives you easier access to all of that.
I *gots* the ideas, now I need the time.
This one probably won't stay too long.
I've been hacking around setting up drupal sites for the past two weeks. ITs good. My resume is growing faster than I'd imagine, and I'm getting deeper and deeper into the "Drupal" way.
Unfortunately this has left *no* time for anything else. My basic day is wake up no later than 9:30-10:00 (usually more like 8am). Coffee. Work till I can't think. Realize that fod is a good thing and eat "breakfast" (circa 2:00pm). Keep working. Eat. Keep working. Stop, well, about now really. 11:49 pm.
- Laptop back from shop. I'm hoping to get out to a internet cafe tomorrow and see the outside workd again for the first time in a while.
- Accounts pouring in. 2 definites and 2-3 potential new clients in the past 4 days.
Also, took on more volunteer work, tis will be drupal before the end of next wek (we hope). http://assembleforrightsnyc.blogspot.com/
I won't lie. I'm hoping it will be a good portfolio piece for Tresler Designs. But I still think the cause is well worth supporting.
Thats all for now. Talk to ya'll later.
One of my pet projects, The Common Sense Rag is officially online! Its low on content so far, but hopefully it holds a decent amount of potential.
I'm hoping to get a few lively discussions going on over there. I hope it is something that resonates with people.
With the server change I decided to try out Drupal's multi-site functionality. It rocks. Right now the code that is runing this site is also running five other sites of mine. This remarkably streamlines workflow.