I give in. This blog is once again The Digital Reader. About 6 months ago I had the bright idea of changing the name of this blog to Ink, Bits, & Pixels. I like the name and I thought that it better described what I wanted to cover, but I can’t actually get anyone to… Read More »
This is just a quick note to let my readers know that I am back online. For the past 24 hours my webhost was having yet another server issue, but they swear they have finally fixed it. (Of course, that’s what they told me last night, after which they wasted 13 hours in not believing me… Read More »
This is just a quick heads up to let my readers know that I have changed the name of this blog. After nearly 5 years of operating under the title The Digital Reader, I’ve decided that a generic name no longer suits me nor does it describe what I cover on this blog. A name… Read More »
I have some good news and bad news. Last night I picked up some swag which I can’t use. That’s bad news for me, but it’s good news for you. How would you like to have a free Vysk EP-1 case for the iPhone 5? The Vysk EP-1 is a $120 iPhone case which combines… Read More »
For the past few weeks I have been exploring the idea of making radical changes to this blog. After looking at a few hundred WordPress themes, I’ve found one that makes the single radical change I wanted without affecting anything else. But before I switch blog themes, I thought I would show you what it looks like and get some feedback. It… Read More »
I’ve encountered a small WP bug in a critical feature on the blog this morning, and since it has me baffled I thought I would post it and ask for help. Whenever I write a review or long post, I like to add an auto-generated TOC (this one). It’s a quick and easy way to add… Read More »
Given the many new mobile device launched each year and the excess of models still floating around from past years, a reader has many choices for reading devices. That’s why every so often I like to post an open question where I share what I’m using, and ask readers what gadgets they are reading on.