Events

Thank you Veterans

This Veteran’s Day, I would like to honor family members who have served this country. I would like to honor my Father, Richard V. Moline III, who served this country in the US Navy before I was born. I would like to honor my Sister in Law, Betina Garcia, who Read more…

Blogging

Migrated Back to WordPress

Over a year ago, I migrated nick.pro from WordPress over to Drupal.  I did this so that I could experiment with Drupal more, thinking I could make a more robust site if I did so.  Unfortunately, while Drupal is a fantastic, flexible platform for web development, it is simply not Read more…

General

Shut down for an hour

For the second year in a row, my wife and I participated in Earth Hour. At 8:30 I hit the main breaker in our apartment shutting everything down for an hour. During that time we read together by candlelight and reflected on just how much energy we use on a Read more…

General

Twitter Tip: A Better @replies List in TweetDeck

[caption id="attachment_289" align="alignright" width="150" caption="@Replies tab on Twitter"]@Replies tab on Twitter[/caption] Both Twitter and TweetDeck (as well as most other Twitter Clients) give you an easy way to get a list of responses people sent you.  On Twitter itself, this is the @Replies tab off of your home page. TweetDeck gives you a Replies column by default, and if you delete it, you can get it back by clicking on the replies button Replies button in TweetDeck on the top of the screen.  TweetDeck's replies button uses the replies twitter feed feature from the Twitter API to work, so it returns the exact same list that you get on the home page. I've found however, that I often want to track everything that is said to or about me, even if they are not technically @replies.  Because of this I've ditched the replies column in my TweetDeck and instead have created my own @replies list of sorts using the Search feature in TweetDeck which uses the Twitter Search API. To do this yourself follow the simple instructions after the break. (more…)

General

Upgrades and hard work

I recently migrated nick.pro and other sites from regulus over to a new server named Atlas, it’s much more powerful, but there were some hiccups in the transfer that I’m slowly having to iron out. I also just upgraded WordPress to the new 2.7, and I must say, I’m not Read more…