It looks like a great service, especially because it is free, and I have lots of domains to monitor that I might not visit personally very often.[Continue reading]
Here is a little something I just posted to the WordPress Hackers mailing list.
If you are using a badly coded plugin to subscribe to comments on a blog, take this as a very serious warning.[Continue reading]
The “nofollow” tag prevents (in theory) search engines attributing weight to links for Page Rank. It also in theory prevents them following the link and indexing the content.
Recent proof suggests that this is not necessarily true with Yahoo and as I showed in my original post regarding Google Reader and Splogs, Yahoo can be used to find links to Google Reader Linkblogs.[Continue reading]
In the comments discussing my objections to the current implementation of Google Reader on Robert Scobles blog, something very interesting cropped up.
Robert was vehemently questioning the morals of people in a blogging network.[Continue reading]
An RSS feed which you subscribe to is your personal subscription to a service, just like email.
A private subscription service for text, audio and video content, even involving a paid subscription fee has been possible for more than a year, based upon RSS.[Continue reading]
Payperpost have launched a new site DisclosurePolicy.org, which features a very simple disclosure policy generator.
They provide you with a series of example phrases which you select, and eventually generate a final Disclosure Policy.[Continue reading]
WordPress Trademark Update: 10th September 2010
Ownership of the WordPress Trademark has been transferred to the WordPress foundation, and there is evidence that this also will increase the scope of what is covered.[Continue reading]
I have been planning for a long time to launch a membership site based on custom wordpress plugins, and also taking advantage of various mininet strategies, especially those discussed in Revenge of the Mininet (which you can now get free). It is honestly required reading.[Continue reading]