In the growth of the Internet, various challenges have been encountered. One of those is a battle between censorship and free speech, particularly in the context of material potentially inappropriate to certain audiences. I just brought my site, at least the WordPress-driven part of it, into the modern era of ICRA labeling.
I received my Windows 7 Ultimate Commemorative Edition today from Microsoft for being part of the beta program. As it happens, I tend to find myself running a lot of beta software.
If you searched for me online, you might not find a clear home for me. You would find my Facebook profile, my personal site, my MySpace profile, and more. The point is that there is a lot of duplication out there.
For the next few days, I am intending to run with PageHeap enabled. I’ve gotten a few crashes that come up as heap corruption, so hopefully enabling PageHeap will help find the root cause.
In the prior incarnation of my site, I had a 404 handler that reported broken links to me so that I can set up an appropriate redirection to the intended content. Until today, that functionality was missing in WordPress. However, I found a plugin that brings that functionality to WordPress.
Portions of the site now come through the Coral CDN. That should ehlp the page load faster.