Posts filed under “Weblogs”
I’ve made a few tweaks, as you may have noticed. If there are any problems, please bring them to my attention.
1. Google Search restored (yeah!)
2. G+ added to share bar at the end of every post.
Note that if you cannot switch, log out and log back in, the default is desktop.
BTW, that is a cheap off the shelf plugin for iPhones. If anyone has a better suggestion for mobile phones/tablets, I am all ears!
Check out the new site layout on Your iPhone or Android — it looks pretty cool, courtesy of Mobile WordPress at wptap.com. Except I never authorized this. Somehow, my site has been changed, without me ever permissioning anyone to do so, or even knowing about it (until someone tweeted me). I am trying to figure…Read More
Nice grouping of economic blogs named “essentail” in Inc this week. (click thru for the full discussion on each). They describe the list as “for independent thinkers only: These online columnists see around the curves to the global economic trends that will affect your business.” Nice company to keep. Here is their top 10: Seeking…Read More
So I have been mulling about a few things I would like to do to the site: • Develop iPhone/Android Mobile version of the blog; • Come up with an iPad version as well • Do more infographic design • Make each tab design independent (do we really still need tabs?) • Freshen up the…Read More
Apologies if some of your comments have been taking a while to show up. The Washington Post madness has meant we are overrun with spam, trolls and loons. I cranked the filters up to 11 and that means lots of legitimate comments are getting caught. I have been working my way through the backlog, and…Read More
Those of you who use Google’s excellent free site analytics tool (aka Dashboard) will be thrilled to learn that the analytical software tool you us to analyzing past performance is now going to be real time: The web is getting faster, and not just the speed of the pages, but also the speed of change….Read More
I am not particularly bullish these days — 50/50 stocks versus cash/bonds — and while we certainly could see a bounce up towards the 1250 level on the SPX, I am not sanguine about the next 2Qs of market performance. That said, the chart below may be a very short term, bullish indicator. As we…Read More