Hopefully, this entry will post itself as I’ve implemented an MT hack – mt-publish-on – that allows you to post-date entries; i.e. you can specify that they’ll be published at some point in the future. While I don’t intend to use this all the time, it will prove useful over the summer. There are a few times that I’ll be away, and I’ve wondered what to do about posting images. So, assuming I can manage to keep taking enough images for my image-a-day aim, I should be able to keep posting on a daily basis.

All of which, of course, assumes that this hack works ;-)

As for this image: this is a shot of a council building near to where I work. On the whole, it’s a rather brash building, that has little going for it other than it’s a pleasant shade of red, but this grill(?) caught my attention.

And finally, if you’re interested in implementing this hack, drop me an email. There appear to be some errors in the documentation; i.e. there are some changes you need to make before it will work. You also need to be able to run cron jobs on your server.

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Canon G5
3.12pm on 12/5/04
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