What's your "slightly more revealing quarantine song" (although marginally less likely to tell the world your birth date): the highest placed song you've recently listened to in the charts of the week of your 12th birthday? Mine: "You should be dancing" by the Bee Gees...
If only my great-great-grandfather, Thomas Benfield Harbottle, had lived until the advent of quizzing. He'd have rocked. Seriously bonkers facts in his 1903 "Dictionary of Historical Allusions" gutenberg.org/files/57864/57…
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As tweeted yesterday, I’ve just completed a new Wordpress plug-in to show rotating tweets. You can see it here.
You might have noticed some problems with the Google Map on this site. Irritatingly, the information ‘balloons’ that appear when you click on a map pin were ending up with jagged edges. The problem turned out to be with Wordpress – specifically the TwentyTen stylesheet. This post explains how to fix the problem.
Just discovered that updating a plug-in deletes any spare files in its directory. As a result, my hack to the Wordtube plugin disappeared. Here it is again:
Mildly astonished not to have found these somewhere already. Here are some basic attempts at Twitter and Flickr social media map pins for Google Maps.
Ever since moving my video to stream from Amazon, I’d been getting a rather annoying error on the otherwise excellent Wordtube plugin with playlists.