I setup a new WordPress blog today for a writing project, and used the following plug-ins. My somewhat out-of-date list of WordPress plug-ins I’m using here “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” is available on my about page.
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In hunting around for a new simple, WordPress theme, I stumbled onto Barthelme, which was created by Scott Wallick. Scott is also the author of the veryplaintxt theme, used by Doug Noon. This string of discoveries reminds me of a quotation shared today by Doug Johnson:
I find that a great part of the information I have was acquired by looking up something and finding something else on the way. Franklin P. Adams US journalist (1881 – 1960)
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On this day..
- Substitute Wood for Coal in Minecraft - 2014
- 5th Graders Enjoy Interactive Writing on KidBlog - 2013
- Back to the Future Opening Scene: Marty McFly Experiences Amplifier Power [VIDEO] - 2012
- Use Tweet Nest to Create a Personal Twitter Information Trap - 2012
- Podcast379: Discussing Education Reform & High Stakes Testing in Oklahoma on the Studio46 Podcast - 2011
- Storychaser digital backpack to Haiti - 2010
- Thank you, President Obama, for banning torture and working to uphold U.S. Constitutional values - 2009
- Merit Pay, Teachers and Lion Tamers - 2009
- Geocaching in Altus - 2008
- Podcast253: Developing 21st Century Skills in School and District Leaders (COSN 2008 panel) - 2008