Tag: Fogknife

  • A Fogknife blogroll (April 21, 2019)

    If you enjoy reading Fogknife, you might also enjoy exploring the following websites — each of which I myself subscribe to, via their respective RSS feeds.

  • Adding a clarification to the vet-lethargy article (February 23, 2019)

    After an unexpected email exchange, I updated an earlier Fogknife post to better phrase some advice I offer to worried cat companions.

  • Fogknife housekeeping: comments and logos
    (October 7, 2017)

    On Fogknife's new logo, and its modified approach to public comments, swapping out embedded Disqus for simple Twitter links.

  • This blog is now called Fogknife (January 5, 2017)

    When I launched this blog two years ago, I wouldn’t let myself believe I’d attend to it with any regularity, and as such didn’t spend much energy on thinking of a title. So “jmac’s blog” it was, with the URL blog.jmac.org. An acceptable URL, but a terrible, forgettable not-title. With my first post of 2017, I change both.

  • Introducing Starble (November 1, 2015)

    Each post on this blog, when viewed on the website (versus an RSS reader or the like), now concludes with a little button containing a star and a number. These buttons appear by way of Starble, a weekend project inspired by last week’s thoughts about how I use various online services’ “fave” buttons.

  • About this blog (April 11, 2015)

    What I write here is not my teaching, but my study; it is not a lesson for others, but for me. And yet it should not be held against me if I publish what I write. What is useful to me may also by accident be useful to another. Moreover, I am not spoiling anything, I am only using what is mine. And if I play the fool, it is at my expense and without harm to anyone. For it is a folly that will die with me, and will have no consequences.

  • Dedicating 2015’s blogging to Derek K. Miller (February 12, 2015)

    Since the average distance between the sidebar’s ten “Recent Posts” links has dropped from months to days, I feel cautiously optimistic that my Plerd-powered return to blogging might actually stick for a while, this time around. Thinking on this, I realized I had an opportunity to say something nice about someone you probably never knew (nor did I, really), so I will.