Poetry Had Got To Be Poetically Inscribed?

Just another poetry I came up with.  Hopefully, it is not that bad!

  • Poetry had got to be poetically inscribed?
  • Yes, sometimes he would like to think it!
  • No, some other time he would not so wholeheartedly have it!
  • Inscribed it might be yet it could be whatever.
  • It could be the wind blew north,
  • the sail poetically sailed the sea northward.
  • Inscribed it might be yet it could be a mood.
  • A feeling which described nothing alike.
  • Poetically, it was like one dreamy summer afternoon.
  • Around the world, colors dotted the landscapes.
  • There he was, inside a room, alone!
  • Poetically, he wrote these dreamy lines.

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 150,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 8 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Installing The Latest WordPress On QNAP NAS


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If you’re running QNAP server at home as a NAS (Network Attached Storage), you also have the option to install the latest WordPress onto QNAP. Why should you? Well, perhaps you want to clone your live WordPress blog onto your NAS for development purpose or whatever, and with QNAP NAS you can do so with ease. Nonetheless, if you install WordPress using QPKG Center within QNAP, you may only get to play with the older version of WordPress. Within this video, I will show you how to download and install WordPress onto QNAP manually. This way, you get to play with the latest WordPress version. Enjoy!!!

Smart Whatever Of The Day — You Can Be Honest On A Blog!

You can be a smart-whatever on Twitter, a faceless friend who makes many people feel awesome on Facebook, and an honest person on one’s own blog.  Of course, this is my biased, opinionated opinion on all current social trends, and so you should keep yours.  Furthermore, don’t forget to look beyond these words as there is a flip side to everything.

WordPress Encourages Millions Of WordPress Members To Make Stance Against SOPA

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WordPress is a gigantic free blog service which allows roughly around 60 millions of people to blog freely.  According to TheNextWeb.com, WordPress has announced that it is against SOPA and PIPA.  WordPress even encourages its members to take actions against SOPA.  Perhaps, by that WordPress means its members should contact local representatives and state senators?  I don’t know much about PIPA, but I’d written extensively on how I’m against SOPA in previous blog posts of mine.  Anyhow, WordPress is truly huge, and with WordPress encourages its users to make a stance against SOPA, we can somewhat feel the movement against SOPA keeps on growing stronger.

Reddit is another popular web service which declares that they will shut down their web service for 12 hours just to protest against SOPA.  The Reddit website will go dark on January 18 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM.  For your information, Reddit allows people to collectively and socially discuss, submit, and vote on headlines that they feel most important to them.

Some people suggest that to make SOPA truly dead, Google and Facebook must too support Reddit by going dark and placing links on members’ profiles to encourage members to contact their local representatives and state senators to protest against SOPA.  I think these people are making sense, because Google and Facebook are so popular that the protests from these two companies might create a real backlash against SOPA, putting a stop to SOPA effectively.  Obviously, Google and Facebook might lose a lot of money by just shutting down their websites for 12 hours.

I hope more people will speak up against SOPA!  WordPress users who support to put a stop to SOPA should write blogs to inform their blog readers why SOPA is downright ugly for the Internet.  You might not know, but EssayBoard is using WordPress, and now is even more proud of WordPress since WordPress has made a stance against SOPA.  WordPress is awesome!  For your information, besides providing free blog service, WordPress also provides free blogging software which you can download and install onto your web servers freely.


Need A Beautiful WordPress Theme At Super Affordable Price? ElegantThemes Might Be Perfect For Your Need!

Are you using a self-hosted WordPress blog?  You probably are one of those people who want to make your blog more beautiful so it can stand out from all other blogs on the Internet.  In fact, don’t even try to count how many blogs there are on the Internet, because you will go blind by the time you’re done!  OK, so you say you have been using those free WordPress themes at here, but only some of you are OK with them.  So what are you going to do?

Sure, you can try those expensive custom WordPress themes!  Unfortunately, it happens to be that you want fresh new looks for your blog once or twice a year, but buying more than one theme to give your blog a new look constantly can be quite expensive.  Some WordPress themes can cost from $50 to $300 or more.  So what are you going to do?

To tell the truth, I’m not a good website designer, and so I’m just like you who are constantly searching for such an answer when I had used self-hosted WordPress platform for EssayBoard.com.  Now, no longer using self-hosted WordPress, but have to contend with only the themes that WordPress.com allows me to use — trading the flexibility (i.e., customization) for peace of mind (i.e., server downtime) — therefore I’ve to say it’s all cool.  Perhaps you prefer flexibility over peace of mind, and so you want beautiful WordPress themes at inexpensive prices.  I’m here to tell you about a WordPress theme service that I’d put my trust in for quite sometimes, and I was very satisfied with them.  Noticing I’m using past tense?  Not because I don’t like them anymore, but I cannot use them anymore since I’m no longer using self-hosted WordPress platform.  So who or what on earth is this WordPress theme service I’m so adamantly praising of?

I’m speaking of ElegantThemes.com.  First of all, I’ve nothing to do with them besides being a happy customer of theirs!  Second of all, they won’t give me anything for writing good things about them in this post!  Third of all, I like their service a lot and so I want to share what awesome service they have been offering, and so you might want to check it out for yourself!  Now, let get on why ElegantThemes is cool!  ElegantThemes have many nice themes, and you can go to their website to view the available themes that they’re offering for their WordPress customers.  Becoming a member of ElegantThemes requires you to pay up $39 a year.  Once becoming a member, you can access unlimited number of themes that they have made available in their service, and they don’t have a limit for how many times you are using their themes on how many websites you have!  They also have lively discussion forums where you can participate so you can get help from the theme designers or from other participants like you.

In conclusion, ElegantThemes.com have many nice WordPress themes to offer to their customers, and they have a very flexible terms of use for their themes.  They frequently update and upgrade their themes so you won’t have a breaking themes.  The access fee to the themes are also very affordable, which is a very good thing for WordPress bloggers who do not have ton of cash to spend on theme designs.  The designs of many themes at ElegantThemes speak for themselves, because they’re gorgeous (i.e., to me).  I’m still a customer of ElegantThemes.com, because my membership has not yet expired; yet I don’t have a need for their themes anymore since I’m no longer using self-hosted WordPress, but I’m pretty sure some of you might love to use some of their themes!  So, check them out for yourself if you ever have a need of a beautiful WordPress theme!