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Images first, then text, blah blah blah blah. I turned off the crop setting in wp settings/media, so now the thumbnails should be proportional to the max number I input (300 px). These were then imported after the change and it looks like so far so good. Ready to post. GO!
This should show 3 thumbnails (if they are small enough) in FF plus have a link to the remaining pic(s). This should post in less than 10 seconds thanks to the SUP plugin.
Jason is the man. Check him out at http://friendfeed.com/jasonw22.
Posting at 11:17 am, central. ready GO!
This is a test of the emergency FriendFeed broadcast system. Do not be alarmed. Do not undress. This post will be travelling at the speed of awesome thanks to this new plugin called SUP, explained and demostrated by FriendFeed’s Benjamin Golub here.
The local time right when I click publish on this post is:
11:52 AM Central – GO!
Had to do it manually because the Fantastico script didn’t see the new version yet. FINE!
What did you do yesterday? Yeah? Cool. Oh, me? Nothing. Except I maybe launched a podcast with 2 friends from opposite corners of the earth: John Worthington of Brisbane, Australia and Mark Wilson of London, Ontario, Canada. Yeah.
I have neglected this blog sorely, yes. But now I’m here, so zip it!
I have been over at FriendFeed for the past 6 months or so. It’s more fun. It’s way easier to post stuff and you get to actually have people read what you write for a change, and they write you back. It’s amazing stuff.
So we created a podcast to get into the various aspects of FriendFeed and what makes it tick and why we love it and how to get the most out of it. I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.