We're back up! Sorry about that. Big time server overload.
Stay tuned Butch, I'm working on setting up a iPhone/iPod compatible feed for them.
Thanks for those catches Jon, I updated them. I need an editor =P
Done. I threw the development version up there for now.
@Danny - Correct, you need to put that iimage-browser.php file in wp-admin and leave the plugin file in the plugins folder.
It was a manual migration, so I don't know what they were waiting for if they did wait to flip the switch. The thing was, it was only an INTERNAL change, since the DNS servers actually stayed the same (both pointed at media temple). The server was ultimately at a different IP so something had to change, but only internal to media temple not worldwide.
Plesk hasn't been so bad actually, it's just a lot rougher around the edges than back on grid-service. Media Temple has their own custom back-end for grid-service customers that is really really slick and easy to use.
In the example in the picture of this article, I'd say the text enlargement is good and looks good. But perhaps you have a couple of buttons on a page that line up side by side, and the iphone is enlarging them and forcing a weird line break, you may with to target those and tell it not to enlarge that text.
I've used that notify-authors plugin before for just that purpose, and it was working in 2.6.3. Did it really break in 2.6.5? That's too bad.
When you change that permalink setting remember that you also need to update the .htaccess file in the root of your WordPress installation. WordPress will try to do it for you, but can't always do it. If this is a fresh install, that file might not even be there, so you may have to create it.