I’ve finished another a draft of the abstract for “Logic of the default.” Comments (and pedantry) welcome. I’m looking forward to writing this essay, though these days I’m spending more time on “Tabling the grid.”
As part of this year’s “do new things” push, I’m working more online. I’m moving away from the “everything on the web” philosophy I used at Florida because WIU has quotas for web space and because I need to work from a variety of locations without fretting about software. (Yeah, I could probably carry around a flash drive with PuTTY, WinSCP, and Fugu, but whatever.) Right now, I think I’ll want more flexibility than the default WordPress page functionality provides, so I’ve turned to MediaWiki. Perhaps I should look more carefully at WordPress plugins; Wiki code is available. Heck, maybe I should roll my own.
On the MediaWiki side, I need to see how I can group pages. For example, I want to gather the LoD pages so that I can move through them quickly. Ideally, the process would be semi-automated. Namespaces or categories might do what I need. Time to RTFM.