The passing of a loved one is a traumatic experience, and where to post your obits can be a hard decision but it is actually a very important one.
As most of my readers are no doubt aware, I am a strong supporter of sharing the link love, but I always advocate sharing it in a focused manner, preferably from relevant content or from comments and trackbacks. If you trackback/pingback this blog you receive a reciprocal link between highly relevant content automatically, and not only Google and other major search engines count the links as relevant, but also blogging search engines such as Technorati, though with Technorati it is best to do it on a more recent post.
I have opened up the voting for the first round of my cash giveaway for WordPress plugin authors.
Nominations for the Best WordPress Plugin each month are made by my readers, and half my income from paid reviews is given away as donations to help support development costs of the best WordPress plugins.
I have been reworking an updated version of the Blog.txt theme I use for a few days, and have finally switched over, but there are a few teething problems I still have to work out.
I came across an interesting piece on the WOMMA blog that unfortunately falls well short of what you would expect from such an organisation.
As always I am not a lawyer, and this is just for entertainment purposes. I am sure WOMMA have some lawyers though, so they really should take a lot more care with what they state and how they state it.
Just added a new toolbar button to my toolbar buttons site for Twitter addicts.
There has been so much talk about Freebase.com, but Twitter.com seriously should have some kind of health warning – so many people are becoming addicted.
Toprank Blog every week updates their list of the top search blogs and Lee has just made another update. That OPML file in turn is used by others to create some great services. Check this out…
It is assumed that this is nothing related with them wanting to charge money for premium services
This plugin retroactively places the rel=”nofollow” tag on all links to Shoemoney.com – you don’t have to modify any links manually, and it is easy to switch off should you feel in the future that the site no longer contains offensive material.