Because of course everyone is interested in you tweaking your code. It's endlessly fascinating.
Removed some links, but prefer to focus on the positive: I added some links, including Leora the Sane, Hi. I'm Black!, Baghdad Burning, Space Waitress Gate A, Whiskey Bar and Sisyphus Shrugged. And changed Boston Dyke over to Yankee Dyke. And would have added the blogs for the Air America programs O'Franken Factor and Majority Report, but they don't appear to have feeds. . .
Added a bit of stolen code from WizbangTech to show the Technorati link cosmos for each entry, which isn't nearly as good as the Technorati Support at Boing Boing, but I'm prepared to deal with the cold, hard fact that they're just that damned cooler than I can ever hope to be.
And am grinding my teeth ever so slightly over the latest Suicide Girls thing (and am wondering about the logistics of establishing a brand in the print world without using the actual name of the site, but hey, that's why I don't make the big bucks), but again, positive, focus on.
It's very difficult for me to do that. There's years of inertia to resist.
Was going to add one for Blogcritics finally, seeing as they've managed to justify their existence with interviews with Emmylou Harris and the producers of Mau Mau Sex Sex, which from the trailer I'm really going to have to get around to renting one of these days, but seeing as the latter is republished from GreenCine and the former is from StarPolish, I feel perfectly justified in not doing so. So nyaah.
See, told you that positive stuff just wasn't me. . .
Update: And, apparently, neither is properly installing plugins and updates. . .
Not sure how I managed to break comments and MT-Blacklist; I expect I'm just That Damn Good. Should be sorted.
Ok, I tell a lie, pretty sure they broke because I tried installing Plugin Manager, realized there were bits (Perl modules, but I like saying "bits" because it makes me sound like I know less than I actually do, rather than the opposite, which is much more dangerous) I'd have to ask Hostway about installing, and rather than removing the bits I'd put in, left them.
This, as it turned out, was a Very Bad Idea Indeed.
Cleaned those out, and put in MovableType 2.661 while I was mucking about. And now would like to turn off the redirect thingee, which I expect will take seconds of research. Pay no attention to the idjit behind the curtain.
Unless, again, something breaks.