Winter’s coming, @Lohja 2010

Ho, ho, all!

A small improvement in the blog here is that when writing, the WordPress blogging engine along with a plug-in are looking for identifiable information pieces.

Note, there’s text below the wintery street!

First snow, 2010

My dashboard is the insider look at the Jukkasoft blog. The dashboard shows vital statistics, and enables me to edit articles, add or remove media (pictures, video), modify comments, create opinion polls into the blog, and do all the important stuff. I think the layout has performed in an excellent way during years.

Of course WordPress has undergone changes, and improvements, but it has never lost the great idea of being ready-to-use, simple, but generous and usable blog. The very first thing that made me completely fall in love with this blogging engine is that it was such easy to use.

I was studying Joomla! content management system at the time. Even though I wouldn’t put them directly on the same line, at least when I’m cutting corners and “just writing” with WordPress, I have to say that the latter took me by very positive surprise in usability. I think Matt’s had his moments with tweaking HTML, CSS and code, and then decided to make an impact. He’s the creator of WordPress tech.

Magic: location aware blog

The blog can also now recognize my physical, most probable address. It’s not the network card‘s binary address (MAC), but it’s really the one in which I am working right now.By the way, since it’s now mentioned, if you want to know more about the life of network cards, plugs, ports, security, and computer networks, take a look at my CCNA certification blog. It’s growing during the learning period, as I get more experience of Cisco theory and practise. Going to be certificating by 2011, probably in the spring.

You can see the address where this article was “pressed”. Here’s a pic of the snow storm beginning. The winter is here!

Cold regards this time,


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