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Archive for September, 2010

[NTRL] categories.

Posted by Alexandra on 29 September 2010

I’ve deleted, moved, and renamed some categories over at my little log of woe.  I desperately try to keep the number of them in the limits of 20 (well, 21, with the darn Uncategorised augh), and am now at 23, so I might do a little bit more deleting, but not now.

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[INRMLDC] +.

Posted by Alexandra on 29 September 2010

When Mum & I bought innermoldova.com, we also bought the .info one, because we wanted to have two separate domains — for visual representative and for verbal.  Now that the verbal part is taking so long (and the visual is greatly lacking), I decided to redirect the .info to .com.  So now you can reach the silly neglected photoblog at both addresses.

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[HOMO] once more.

Posted by Alexandra on 29 September 2010

ettu? has just been merged with smth ntrl as well.

yukiagogo.com now redirects to homo-urbanicus.com.

Schedule sidebar updated accordingly.

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[NTRL] theme, merge.

Posted by Alexandra on 29 September 2010

I switched back to the theme I once used, Bering.  Gah, I really should get my act together and make some design myself.

Merged Patient History with something neutral.  It is now a category dedicated solely to journalling.

Merged whatever little recipes I had posted over at yb.c with something neutral. They can now be found under the category ‘the Odd Vegetarian’.

I’m so creative with my category names, it’s kind of painful.

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[HOMO] epic.

Posted by Alexandra on 29 September 2010

So I’ve been doing some reorganising, but it’s behind the scenes.

Updated index.html, removed /jrnl.

yukinoblack.com now points to homo-urbanicus.com.

Sidebars of Schedule have been updated accordingly.

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