Last fall, I released a mobile version of this very site. At the time, I wanted something quick, so I used a third-party RSS-to-HTML service, FeedDigest, to port my blog’s feed back into a stripped-down HTML page. As I wrote back then, I knew there was a better way. Here’s what I wanted to implement […]
As you may have noticed, I have a new short story out, and I want to tell you all about it. It’s called “A Hard Word to Pronounce”, and it’s about a young twenty-ish guy on the day of his best friend’s wedding. Because it’s a short story- and not a novel, or collection- I’m
Xmas lights 2006, originally uploaded by jgclarke. The second annual shot of our house on Thanksgiving eve, immediately after the Xmas lighting ceremony for 2006. Unlike last year, it’s not snowing, but we still have much to be thankful for. Here’s to your own traditions, and a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, wherever you
After much hard work, I’m pleased to announce my latest project! It’s called Maine Impact, and it’s a podcast covering news, politics, and technology with a focus on Maine and an eye towards the world at large. My good friend Lance Dutson of the notorious and heralded Maine Web Report has graciously agreed to lend
I’m pleased to announce the launch of mobile.jasonclarke.org, the mobile-friendly edition of this very website. The mobile market has taken some pretty signifigant leaps over the past year and I think it will break out in an even bigger way in 2007. That’s why I’m getting the jump today in experimenting with the process, benefits,
Over at ActiveTopic, my hobbyist blog network site, I’ve announced a new direction for Moorelies.com, the site that I founded and ran from April 2003 through today. Today, I made the decision to send off one of my oldest friends. Moorelies.com, the political weblog that began in April 2003 and which launched a bestselling book
This is a test of Windows Live Writer, a new desktop blogging interface just released by Microsoft. Get your own right here. Here’s what the “Insert Map” function is like: Interesting…it offered to let me specify margins, but it doesn’t appear to be respecting that. The biggest thing I want out of a desktop blogging
I finally updated the header image on this blog (RSS readers, click on over!) after nearly six months. The previous one appeared on New Year’s Day and was new year’s fireworks; this one is much more random. It’s the view from a chairlift at Pat’s Peak in Henniker, New Hampshire, from September 2005.