My 2010 To Do List for My Website

3 Website Tasks for the New Year

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3 Website Tasks for the New Year

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3 Website Tasks for the New Year

…in no particular order…

  • Convert to a new theme, based on Thesis
  • Split the personal and professional sections of this site…to highlight the professional posts more.
  • Figure out what/how/when to cross-post to Twitter


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  1. Brandon Muramatsu
    Brandon Muramatsu says:

    The update on this to do list?

    – I moved from Thesis to a Genesis-based theme instead.
    – The home page and RSS feed (new) focus on posts tagged with the “Professional” category. For those that link to RSS feeds before the change (mostly my friends from Utah) still get the full listing of all posts including “Personal” ones.
    – I still haven’t figure out an automatic cross-post mechanism for Twitter, I just leave myself a calendar reminder to go in and use the “Tweet” button at the bottom of each post to send out the announcement.

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