Fox Flash Update, General Thoughts/Updates

Well, the same submission that I thought was rejected has now been approved, nearly a couple months later. So, that’s cool. I took a look around and it will certainly give me a bunch of new content for DGH.

I’ve got plenty keeping me busy at this very second. phpBB 2.0.17 just came out yesterday, so I’m going to work through upgrading my sites today (fun) and implementing a line of code (thanks to Jeremy, a member of my Support Team at phpBBHacks.com) that allows me to block images in signatures in private messages (already in effect in posts, but not PMs). I’ve got to edit a few articles at KF and I want to integrate some of those 728/468×15 Google AdSense link units into my sites, as I’ve heard good things (from Jason Calacanis, as well as others) and the big news is progressing, if not announceable just, yet… (sorry). I’m waiting on some stuff for the first audio blog (not podcast), which I hope you’ll enjoy.

Patrick O'Keefe

Managing online communities since 2000, I publish a collective of websites known as the iFroggy Network. I wrote the book Managing Online Forums and, as a public speaker, have presented for organizations like CNN, institutions like Australian National University and conferences like SXSW. More about me.

2 Comments

chrispian

about 15 years ago

Have fun with the upgrade! It wasn't too bad. I just wish they weren't so often.

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Patrick

about 15 years ago

Thanks. All set... went well. Had to apply it on 8 sites and all.

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