Category Archives: Blogs
Something is wrong with my RSS/Atom feeds. I’m not sure what’s up, but for some reason the feed does not have any content in the items even though the blog has updated content. I’m still trying to investigate the problem.
The act of maintaining ones weblog via proxy or more specifically, using an API feature from a remote service, such as the one from del.icio.us, to automatically post to your blog. I’ve been using the daily blog posting feature of … Continue reading
Much of my blogging these days has been taken over by the links and quick comments I have been posting to the del.icio.us social bookmarks manager. So I decided to completely mesh what I’m doing @ del.icio.us with my blog. … Continue reading
Sweet! Dan Grigsby just informed me that he created a Windows Installer for my del.icio.us Context Menu script. Aside from how clean and professional Dan’s installer makes the context menus, you can also use Add/Remove Programs control panel in Windows … Continue reading
I decided to consolidate many of my XML feeds using the excellent FeedBurner service. The process was very simple using Matt’s straight forward tips on redirecting existing feeds to FeedBurner. In addition, I opted to use FeedBurner’s Link Splicer to … Continue reading
Last night I decided to upgrade Movable Type to version 3.01D. The upgrade went very smoothly. I’m very impressed with the seamlessness the MT crew created with this upgrade. Overall the system feels much faster too. I think the hardest … Continue reading
The Seattle Times has an article saying Bill Gates may become a blogger (via Anil). “Yes, the world’s richest man may start his own blog, one of those online diaries that have been the rage among techies for the past … Continue reading
Weblogs, Inc. new Blogging Baby weblog is like Slashdot for Parents (sans all the MSFT bashing ;-) Of course there are a few RSS feeds too — no Atom feed though.
I couldn’t take it anymore! Last night I took Burningbird’s suggestion and turned-off commenting on any post older than 30 days. I may turn commenting off entirely if this weekend is any indication of the logarithmic growth in comment spamming. … Continue reading
I must have missed this, but back in December 2003, Johann Schmidt released the latest version of MTshell, which as the subject says is a CLI for MovableType. “MTshell is a perl program which allows you to maintain your Movable … Continue reading
I recently started reading Chris Pratley blog. Chris is the Microsoft OneNote Group Program Manager and it appears he has been publicly blogging for only a weeks. Yet in just a few entries, Chris not only provides unique insight into … Continue reading
Prognosticator Dave Pell of Davenetics and NextDraft fame is at it again, this time with Electablog (RSS feed too), which Dave describes as… “electablog provides a daily (and sometimes nightly) slicing and dicing of the mad dash that is America’s … Continue reading
The other day I was browsing through the Wayback Machine and discovered a number of four-year-old weblog entries I posted to my then homegrown blog tool. They weren’t earth shattering entries, but I figured I’d bring them back home. So, … Continue reading
Bob Mould of Sugar and of course HÃ¼sker DÃ¼ now has a weblog. Welcome Bob! I certainly do remember with many of your songs still cycling through my playlists.
Matt Berther has released version 126.96.36.199 of his MovableType posting client/plugin MovablePoster, which integrates nicely with NewsGator in addition to being a stand-alone Windows client. (of course I’m testing MovablePoster via this post :-)