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Momma Says Spock You OUT.
Gwendydd (Welsh for “morning star”/”Venus” aka “beauty”) came into this world at 12:23pm yesterday, May 27th, weighing in at 9lbs 7oz and measuring 22″ in length. Both baby and momma are feeling great and Gwen’s older siblings are all taken with her.
(In an odd coincidence, this means that she shares her birthday with WordPress.)
Please understand, this is purely a hypothetical situation and in no way accurately reflects the way I spent a good 15-30 minutes of my life today.
As a part of Philly Tech Week, we held a WordPress-related class at the Inquirer/Daily News building on North Broad in Center City. It was a good event and well-attended.
Video may well be forthcoming, but for those looking for an earlier crack at the presentation I made, here’s the slide deck from my talk on WordPress plugins.
Note: This is not a paid plug (I’m not a Backblaze affiliate) — I’m merely a satisfied customer.
Do you back your stuff up? I mean, not just on-site (external hard drive, DVDs, etc.), but do you do off-site backups too?
I do, and have done so, by means of Backblaze for about the past 18 months. The experience has always been a painless one and for a mere $5 a month or so, I can be confident that all my pictures of my kids are safe and sound.
The company itself has taken to releasing some cool behind-the-scenes videos, the first of which is here (the second is after the jump):
Great track, but it’s mainly an opportunity to test out the new Spotify Play button.
It’s almost exactly what a “Burn Notice” bumper track should be, and I mean that in the best sense possible.
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