Action figure photography blog.

Zero to Hero Challenge Day 6

Today’s Assignment: publish a post that includes a new-to-you element.

Today challenge is to add a new element to the blog. Basicially to expand my range of tools I can add to a post. This is a photoblog so adding an image is nothing new. I’ve posted several videos to the blog as well.

One thing I’ve never done is post a tweet to Yoda Archives. I use twitter. My post are published to twitter. But I’ve never took a tweet and posted it to the blog. I never knew how till I read the WordPress tutorial on twitter embeds.

Here are a few tweets from people I follow.

Another LEGO Photographer

A writer and a Kickstarter project.

And A tweet about a Agents of Shield live tweet event tonight.

Adding Tweets is a pretty easy process. I will incorporate my  tweets in to this  blog. This tweet was automatically generated by Publicize from my end of the year post.

 

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2 responses

  1. I have a cool photo of a dog sitting in a shop in Rome. I call him Yoda. I used him in a post redirecting traffic to my new blog. Here’s the link to the post. If you like the photo you are welcome to use it. It looks like you have the tech skills to manipulate it and make it something cool. http://kellygrace1.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/a-forwarding-address-invitation-to-come-visit-my-new-blog/

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    January 7, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    • Foolish Lego

      Haha, he really does have the Yoda ears 🙂

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      January 8, 2014 at 8:49 am

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