The information in this post is not accurate effective February 2005, when I switched my blog software from Greymatter to WordPress.
I’ve made a few changes to the weblog configuration. I’ve enabled commenting and made a few changes to the navigation and the look of the site.
The comment form asks for your name, email and homepage. Only your name is required, but if you leave your homepage address the site code will create a link to your site using your name as the anchor. Your email address remains private. It is only viewable by the site administrator (me). It is also included when I am sent notifications about new comments.
Additionally, I’ve added a little thumbnail calendar to each page. Clicking on a date takes you to the most recent entry for that date. Obviously, if I haven’t made an entry for a particular date, clicking on it won’t do anything.