Category Archives: FF101-admin
As you might notice in the “Recent Comments” section of the sidebar to the right, there’s an awful lot of comments coming from someone called “FAQ”. That’s actually tekanji going to town on FAQ updates, adding more quotes and links and summaries, which are generating trackbacks to the other FAQs that they link to etc […]
I’ve just taken a look over the various information pages (links above the banner and in the sidebar) and done a bit of reformatting and tightening up of the wording, aiming to make navigating easier for new readers. The comments policy, in particular, has been updated and extended. Finally, I just want to apologise to […]
WordPress.com has put out a three column theme that’s crisp, designates different post authors, and has a customisable header, so it’s our latest choice. If the colours of headings and links were only customisable as well it would be perfect. I hope it makes everyone’s reading easier.
The spaminator seems to be going a bit mad lately, and I’m having to delete so many spams that my eyes are going crosseyed. What this means is that I might inadvertently miss a genuine comment in amongst the spam, and thus permanently delete it rather than rescuing it. If a comment of yours has […]
As the blog is attracting some new commentors at the moment, it is timely to remind everyone that there is a Comments Policy and that all commentors are expected to abide by it.
I’m changing to a three column template to make it easier to navigate the blog. It means the logo has to go, but I wasn’t that fussed with it anyway moved to the sidebar because I actually was more attached to it than I thought. It might take me a little while to get the […]
The wonderful Andrea Rubenstein, aka tekanji, has offered to post material here on occasion, particularly when she finds herself doing yet another feminist links post. From her own bio: I’m a writer, feminist, gamer, geek, and all-around opinionated person. In addition to this site, I own and run Shrub.com (parent site to all Shrub-related material), […]