Category Archives: Blogs
Wow! Greg has been busy! In addition to announcing NewsGator 2.0, there will also be NewsGator Online Services, which includes three [new] content reader editions: “Web Edition — NewsGator Online Services provides a web-based content reader, which allows users to … Continue reading
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I’m again using jpcache with my blog. This time however, I’ve integrated the PHP-based gzip and caching capabilities of jpcache with Movable Type. You should see a significant speed improvement through out the site — especially on some of the … Continue reading
The file ‘mt-send-entry.cgi’ in a default MovableType installation can be used to relay spam. If you’re not using the script to allow your users to “Send this Entry by Email”, you can safely remove the file from your MT install … Continue reading
Over the last week, usually in the mid-to-late evenings — after Catherine falls asleep, I have been slowly migrating my B2-based blog to Movable Type. I must say that for the most part the process has been fairly straight forward. … Continue reading
I’m getting my fair share of comment spam like many other bloggers, but I can’t imagine that the cost/time ratio is actually worth it. I think Sam Ruby sums it up best: “65 minutes to create. Carefully crafted to appear … Continue reading
Ross Mayfield posted an excerpt from an interview with the CSO of Salesforce.com in regard to Social Networking. The interview was conducted by IBDN, but I wasn’t able to find a direct link. However, here’s a quote from the M2M … Continue reading
Cool! Greg has released a NewsGator posting plug-in for B2! (hopefully this will work!) [Now Playing: Elvis Costello - Can It Be True? (03:46)]
Awesome collaborative phone-cam-blog that covers the Blackout.
Greg Reinacker has just released NewsGator 1.3, which includes initial support for Pie/EchoAtom feeds, among many other great new features! Congratulations (again) Greg!
Interesting study released by Microdoc News debunking (mathematically) that blogs are clogging Google [Estimations show] “there are about 150 million webpages that belong to blogs. Out of 3.8 billion webpages 150 million is about 3.9% of all pages in Google … Continue reading
Like many other bloggers, I’ve decided to give Google’s AdSense a test run. I suppose I’m most interested in the type of Ads that get served on subsequent posts. Specifically, the context matching of content to Ads. So far it … Continue reading
Congratulations to Matthew and Mike on the release of WordPress, which is the official fork in the b2/cafÃ©log blog tool. On a test server I converted the data from my current b2-based blog to WordPress with very little trouble. Especially … Continue reading