Welcome to the new WordRidden.

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

Welcome to the latest WordRidden design for the second half of the first decade of the new millennium!

After nearly 7 (count ‘em, 7) years of chunky icons and heavy bars of color, I thought it was time for WordRidden to lighten up a bit. You’ll see a lot more whitespace now, and hopefully a lot less clutter. The structure of the site has changed as well: the blog and longer articles have all been merged into one archive. That, coupled with a vastly improved search function, should make it a good deal easier to get around the place.

There will be ongoing tweaks here and there over the next few weeks, and there may be the occasional glitch now and then, but most of the heavy lifting has been done. It’s time to sit back and enjoy…



To the "new" WordRidden I can only say, "dobrodosli"!

Thanks for enabling comments for this one. Actually I agree with most of what Jeremy said in his article precisely about comments in blogs, so I thought that I should write something vaguely intelligent or witty to justify my appearance in your site.

I went with "dobrodosli" instead. At least now you’ll have to look it up. :)

(Er, your form says my real email adress is not valid, so I had to make up one, strange)


Hi Heck, good to hear from you! You certainly don’t have to justify your appearance on my site - you are both intelligent and witty, and you are not a spammer or a bored 13-year-old, so you are more than welcome here. Dobrodosli to you, too! (Did I figure out the right meaning? :-)

Sorry about the email problem - that’s one of the "glitches" I mentioned. Jeremy will get it sorted out when he gets the chance.


I’m thinking you figured it out just fine! If it wasn’t unbecoming at my old age (not 13 for sure, not even 31 anymore) I’d blush for all your kind words.

I was using an email address with only one letter before the "@", I suppose that makes me as lazy as to pass for a spam bot. ;-)

Belated congratulations on your graduation, by the way. I hope you guys have a nice spring. I hear people talking about this thing called "sun", in other countries…

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