the otherwhirled

where nothing is real, and nothing else is sacred.

Otherwhirledly Relocation Substantiation Declaration

goodbye.jpg

Well, actually, don’t say ‘GOODBYE’, say ‘Hey, that Commander Other guy moved his blog’, because that would be far more honest and appropriate. And we all know how much honesty and appropriateness is worth these days!

You can now find the otherwhirled at its new, highly-guessable domain of OTHERWHIRLED.COM. If you enjoy reading the otherwhirled via RSS feeds, the new feed is OTHERWHIRLED.com/FEED/.

If you are kind enough to link to the otherwhirled, I respectfully request that you change your links to the new location. It’s as easy as removing “wordpress.” from your existing link to me, even though that’s kind of weird because the otherwhirled is proud to remain a WordPress blog.

See you over in the ‘real’ otherwhirled! Don’t be strangers!

2007.09.07 Posted by | blogging, relocation | Leave a comment

Impending Otherwhirledly Migratory Relocation

okay, here’s the skinny:

i’ve secured a certain, highly guessable domain name and gotten wordpress installed and running on a hosted server. i’ve even imported all the content over, and setup the site for a seamless transition. i still have a few things pending:

  • i’m still hunting down the plugins that i would have liked to have had up here in the first place, but couldn’t use on the public wordpress. once upon a time i had made a list…
  • i have to rebuild my blogroll by hand. i’m going to do that in my google reader (no, they’re not all in there), export it, then import it.
  • then i’ve got to do the re-registration tap-dance with all the aggregators, etc.

those of you who are kind enough to link to the otherwhirled are welcome to change your links to that highly guessable domain name (which doesn’t include the word “the” in it) anytime after Friday, but please do not do so yet. i will try to contact you all personally to beg your forgiveness for the inconvenience. as you can see from visiting that highly guessable domain, with this post, i have made the two divergent. i’m not worried about that. when i’m completely ready to fully engage the engines over there, i will simply re-import. that part of things is cake.

i haven’t yet decided how i’m going to handle pushing people from here to there once i get everything finished. anyone with ideas and/or experience on that are welcome to chime in in the comments. before you ask, securing the domain and pointing it here (the standard and recommended method) didn’t suffice because the very few issues that i’ve had with wordpress revolve around hosting and the desire to use certain plugins.

UPDATE: for those of you who figured out where the new blog will be (not that it’s really a secret or anything), please be patient. i have discovered several major bugs that may stall the migration through the weekend. and, predictably, my clients seem to feel that i should do work for them…all at the same time, lol….

2007.09.05 Posted by | blogging | 2 Comments

Hey! Look Over Here!

(various things found while tubing down teh internets)

Worthy readings, all. Be inquisitive and clickify!

2007.09.05 Posted by | blogging, opinion | 1 Comment

It’s Kinda Like the Sound of One Hand Clapping

(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) “President Bush…should I shake your hand I would have to make a special pilgrimage to Mecca to have it specially washed and blessed, and I would still never be able to touch my children with it ever again. So, thank you, but I will decline. It is enough that Prime Minister Al-Maliki has once again sacrificed his honor on our behalf.”


photo credit: AP Photo/Charles Dharapak

2007.09.04 Posted by | humor, politics, public figures, snark | 3 Comments

Brokeback Bushie IV

Brokeback Bushie IV (Jason Reed/Reuters) “There ain’t no reins on this one.”


photo credit: Jason Reed/Reuters

2007.09.04 Posted by | humor, political hegemony, public figures, snark | 1 Comment

Brokeback Bushie III

Brokeback Bushie III (Jason Reed/Reuters) “You ever get the feelin’… I don’t know, er… when you’re in town and someone looks at you all suspicious, like he knows? And then you go out on the pavement and everyone looks like they know too?”


photo credit: Jason Reed/Reuters

2007.09.04 Posted by | humor, political hegemony, public figures, snark | 1 Comment

Brokeback Bushie II

Brokeback Bushie II (AFP/Jim Watson) “Ya know it could be like this, just like this always.”


photo credit: AFP/Jim Watson

2007.09.04 Posted by | humor, political hegemony, public figures, snark | 1 Comment

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