Holy cow, that was a lot of mail. So sorry! (May 6, 2010, 1) - I was checking out a few things on my blog today, and I came across my WordPress Post Notification administration page. “Hmm,” I said. “I seem to have misconfigured this.” No e-mail had been sent out since August 2009. I figured out that the configuration directory didn’t have write permissions, enabled it, and went on
Lifehacks: Doing my mail on the train (November 17, 2004, 0) - If I leave work right after the clock chimes at 5:30, I almost always
manage to get a seat on the train going home. This means I can do my
mail and a little bit of blogging besides. I aim to answer all of my
personal mail and acknowledge all other mail needing my action on the
Unanswered mail hack (December 30, 2003, 0) - I’m having a hard time keeping track of mail I’ve already answered.
To better keep track of my mail, I think I will split off my personal
mail into several groups:
- mail.misc.archive for mail I’ve already answered and for my replies; threads I consider complete
- mail.misc.noanswer for mail I want to archive but don’t need to
Sean’s started blogging! (September 21, 2004, 0) -
Disclaimer: September 2004
Still learning how to work this thing.
Don’t worry, you’ll get the hang of it.
I still think I publish mainly for myself. It’s a way of forcing
myself to write. I post trivia I find in my mail, things I need to
remember. I haven’t been blogging that way lately, though. I guess
it’s because the things