Blogging live, and 50 Wizzleys…

| February 6, 2015

You might notice the blogger account getting updated more frequently. I’ve moved from my alpha system to a beta API, so while the posts may not look pretty, the content should port and the issues with broken connection should stop.Not bad for someone dealing with their yearly bout of pneumonia. Drawn: The Painted Tower (PC […]

And we’re off – migration is underway!

| January 22, 2015

It seems hubpages has been quietly delisting several of my pages. I should care. I don’t. I’m moving them all to Wizzley anyway. The Jervis Bay one has just gone, so if anyone can notified google that the content is no here:http://www.wizzley.com/jervis-baythat would help.But it is confirmed. On 26th October 2014  Hubpages pages insist that […]

Mini sinks and Basins

| November 19, 2011

That’s right, a wizzley page on DIY. I’m not sure why I did this one on Wizzley rather than squidoo, except that it just seemed to fit the layout better.Micro sinks and basins – all about tiny sinks for cloackrooms, half baths and converting waterclosets into either. These are sinks with less than 9 inches […]

A new page on Wizzley – A redgage review

| November 17, 2011

I wasn’t exactly going to review Redgage on Redgage, and Squidoo has a lot of lenses on the social bookmarking site already, so I found another use for Wizzley. For all those articles I wanted to write on crowded topics elsewhere, as a new site it is a pretty ideal home.I will point out that […]

More thoughts on Wizzley

| November 3, 2011

A second Wizzley page, this time about a certain set of free non-fiction ebooks:Ciamar Price’s ebooksMy general thoughts are that the interface is easy to use. It reminds me more of hubpages than squidoo, particularly with positioning. The modules are not as flexible as the squidoo versions, but it has a better range of options […]