Freedom is near – and other stuff

Want to know what’s on the the forefront of my mind?

I’ve been keeping myself busier than ever before by talking to more people about my business. The better I become in that, the faster I’ll get out of debt.

What am I doing? Basically, I help people/families get out of debt and show them how to retire financially independent. If they don’t have the money to do that, I can train them to do what I do. I love helping people, and in the process, I’m helping myself. It’s awesome! (Want to know more about this? Click here to contact me!)

Also, I need to get that going because I can’t save enough money to buy the new bass guitar equipment I need for Phantom Scream. Dan left, so I’m taking over for him.

In other “news”…

  • I’m scared to upgrade to WordPress 2.3. I don’t want to break K2, and I fear how the categories-to-tags conversion will work.
  • On Tuesday, I was interviewed about Flickr and Geotagging – plus other stuff. That really made my day.
  • I need to catch up on processing photos.
  • I wish I could go to Ontario to meet Chris Brogan and other PodCampers. Alas, I can’t take the time to do so.

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Community Guardian at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

3 thoughts on “Freedom is near – and other stuff”

  1. I just found this post on WordPress.com. According to Matt, the Category to Tag Converter “allows you to convert [a category] to a tag so it no longer shows up as a category checkbox on your write page.”

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  2. The back-end of WordPress.com is very similar to WordPress 2 and new features are often rolled out to WordPress.com before they’re added to WordPress 2, so I’d wager that the function of the Category to Tag Converter is similar, if not the same.

    Unfortunately, I can’t find any documentation about the converter in the Codex, nor do I have a reason to use it, so I guess I can’t confirm its functionality beyond the shadow of a doubt.

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