Press This « WordPress Codex

I don’t know how I missed this feature in WordPress before but if you’ve never tried it have a look at “Press This”, it enables quick blogging of an article from another site through the browser.

It works by getting you to create a bookmark which is in fact a JavaScript snippet. While using the browser the bookmark was added to, if you visit a site with content you want to blog about just click the bookmark and a new post edit window opens with the title and source reference already added. Add your own text and publishing and you are done, couldn’t be simpler!

Check out the details at the link below (this post was created using Press This).

Source: Press This « WordPress Codex

Forced due to logging gap {0}

I have seen this error appearing many times in the SharePoint ULS logs and often wondered why the {0} is never replaced with a value. Turns out someone has already carried out this investigation already in this excellent blog post:

“_ULS_EXPAND_FORCED_LOGGING_MESSAGES_” Environment Variable Explained

I would recommend reading the blog post in it’s entirety but basically to get this value to populate you need to add an environmental variable. The easiest way is to use the Powershell Script in the article:

[System.Environment]::SetEnvironmentVariable(“_ULS_EXPAND_FORCED_LOGGING_MESSAGES_”, “true”, “Machine”)