Today (or maybe everyday, this is a first so who knows) I found and enjoyed:
(Collin Van Uden) tweeted: @stilgherrian No, *it’s* factual. “Everything” is SATISfactual. And here I thought you were a fan of good research.
@stilgherrian No, *it's* factual. "Everything" is SATISfactual. And here I thought you were a fan of good research.
— Collin Van Uden (@CollinVanUden) August 14, 2012
While we’re on a philosophy kick, how about a round of
What’s ‘the most important thing?’
At that moment, in that conversation it was for
(rob harris) : @marcmcgowan84 But your readers read him in your paper before they heard from him elsewhere. That’s the most important thing.
@marcmcgowan84 But your readers read him in your paper before they heard from him elsewhere. That's the most important thing.
— Rob Harris (@rharris334) August 13, 2012
These tweets were found because I set up some librarianesque social media monitoring following examples by Andy Burkhardt.
I also found a new way to enter images by using the Compfight WordPress plugin which searches CC licensed images at Flickr and then inserts with a button. It is not yet perfect, but it might beat what I was doing before. Nevertheless, for the record, downsides:
- the thumbnails are too small to see whether I really want that image;
- when I want to use an image both in the post and featured I have to repeat the steps;
- I haven’t worked out how to get it to caption satisfactorily.