It’s the end of the year, so time once again to look over the top 10 blog posts for 2019 on Diverse Tech Geek, along with some of the blog’s changes.
In the latest blog news, I’ve brought back two older items: Pinterest (the social network) and Patreon (the crowdfunding site).
An update on the blog’s latest status, including the launch of both my first newsletter and a Ko-fi funding page.
Automattic, the organization behind WordPress, says they’ll be buying Tumblr from Verizon at a fire sale price. But will this change Tumblr’s fortunes?
An update on the status of my blog these days, including trying Mastodon and PIxelfed, plus Goodreads alternative Riffle.
Some tips on using gender-neutral language in writing, including the use of the singular pronoun “they” and avoiding dated terms.
After much consideration, I’ve decided to switch my blog from my longtime use of WordPress to a fork of such, ClassicPress.
An update on the current status of my blog, including alternatives I’m considering to WordPress (Ghost, Hugo, etc.) in light of my dislike of Gutenberg.
An update on the current state of my blog, including my decision to shutter my blog’s Facebook page, between Facebook’s problems and a lack of usefulness.
It’s the end of another year, thus it’s time for a look back over 2018, as I review what Diverse Tech Geek has gone through.