So if you can see this post, I guess migrating was successful. I’ll have a real post sometime in the future.
Well, this blog has been long dead (and perhaps never really alive), but I’m moving off of here completely into my own domain, which includes merging all three of my blogs into one. It shouldn’t usually be a big deal because I primarily post to my main blog. So you’ll find anything from this blog […]
So if you note from my main blog, I’m migrating completely into my own domain, which includes merging all three of my blogs into one. It shouldn’t usually be a big deal because I primarily post to my main blog. So you’ll find anything from this blog posted at http://kevinleung.com, categorized under nonfiction.
So I’ve taken the next step in migrating and actually moved the content onto my own website. I’ll probably leave this site up for kicks, but all further updates will be at http://kevinleung.com/, so update your feeds if you use that. I should be playing around with templates for it as well so I can […]
Migrated to blog.kevinleung.com
I’m not sure if anyone who links directly will have noticed, but warstrekkid.blogspot.com now redirects to my new domain at blog.kevinleung.com . I’ll likely be futzing around with the templating some so that it’ll be more consisent with the rest of the site. That does require that a “rest of the site” exist as well, […]
The Media cares about your 25 Things?
So I’ll admit, I turned to some sensationalism for this post. 1) It’s not really the media, per se, just the blogosphere and 2) they care about the phenomenon, not those 25 random facts about you. Given that, though, it’s true. I came across a response article about it on techdirt. But first, if you’re […]
Domus ex Machina
With computer in hand, it’s like I never left home.Leaving from Austin yesterday morning, my family’s been driving up to Toronto to visit family and see how things are going. In the past, I always remember the road trips being a serious drag. Little space, little to do, long hours staring out the window, bored […]
Making Life Easy
Last week, I ordered a MacBook Pro from the Stanford Bookstore. With educational discounts, I got a monster of a notebook and an iPod nano (which I’ve yet to play with). Just because I feel like boasting, here’s a rundown of the specs: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T7500 (2.2 Ghz)2 GB DDR2 RAM @ […]
IE7; the new… Firefox?
So I just installed IE7 (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx), and I must say it’s quite nice. I can already say I’m used to it.Because it’s basically Firefox.Of course, mebbe I’m just behind on the times. I haven’t used IE in quite awhile, but from what I ‘member, it was quite lacking. I then switched over to FF, which […]