MT-Upcoming

In other words…yes. I’m just _that_ desperate for a stalker following my every move around town. Life just isn’t worth living without a psychotically obsessive fan or two, after all.

I’ve just installed [Greg Knauss][1]’ [MT-Upcoming][2] plugin, a handy interface to events that I’ve flagged on [my upcoming.org page][3]. In the sidebar to my main page (though not on individual archive pages, if you’re reading this in an RSS reader or on the individual page you’ll need to click back to the main page to see what I’m talking about) you’ll now see a short listing of events I’m either considering or planning on attending.

[1]: http://www.eod.com/ “EOD”
[2]: http://www.eod.com/code/upcoming/mt/ “CODE @ EOD”
[3]: http://upcoming.org/user/10819/ “Upcoming.org: Users: djwudi”

(Oh, and the documentation for MT-Upcoming seems to be temporarily misplaced…if you want to install the plugin, [here’s Google’s cache of the docs][4]. Came in very handy tonight.)

[4]: http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:ozTEAC3iYYMJ:www.eod.com/code/upcoming/mt/docs.html+mt-upcoming&hl=en&start=2&client=safari “Google Cache: MT-Upcoming Documentation”

In other words…yes. I’m just _that_ desperate for a stalker following my every move around town. Life just isn’t worth living without a psychotically obsessive fan or two, after all.

iTunesGoing Up to the Country, Paint My Mailbox Blue” by Mahal, Taj from the album Folk, Gospel and Blues: Will the Circle Be Unbroken (1968, 3:37).

Author: djwudi

Enthusiastic ambivert. Geeky, liberal, friendly, curious, feminist ally; trying to be a good person. (he/him)

0 thoughts on “MT-Upcoming”

  1. That’s pretty awesome. I’ve really wanted to do something like that in WP, too.

    But what did happen too all of that privacy stuff we used to be concerned about. It’s bad enough we’re using real names and telling people where we’ve been. Now it’s like prepping someone for the best times to try robbing your apartment.

    It’s funny how much we fight to keep our privacy only to turn around and spill the beans ourselves.

  2. It’s funny how much we fight to keep our privacy only to turn around and spill the beans ourselves.

    Amusing, true — but I think that in a way, that’s just it. I want to be able to control who knows what about my life. I don’t mind letting people know about certain aspects, but I get extremely creepified about situations where the government has decided that they should have the ability to poke around with whatever part of my life they want to, whether or not I have any say in or knowledge about it.

    Let me decide what information I feel comfortable divulging, and I’m fine with that. Tell me what information I’m going to divulge, and yes, my hackles go up.

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