Wednesday, January 30, 2008

The Definitive Guide to Semantic Web Markup for Blogs

You’d think that as a result of open-source development practices, blog architectures would be pretty close to perfection in areas like Web standards and maximum SEO impact. You’d be wrong. Follow the guidelines here to get your site ready for prime time performance!

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Biggest blogs in the blogosphere

Technorati displays the biggest blogs in the blogosphere, as measured by unique links in the last six months.

Saturday, January 26, 2008

You compose a new post...what happens?

The life cycle of a blog post, from servers to spiders to suits — to you.

Soldier's 'blog' from WW1 trenches is internet hit

The travails of this soldier, set down on the front line in France and Italy in letters to his family, are being posted online 90 years to the day after they were written.

Widgetize content from any website

New webapp lets you grab content from any website (even dynamic content) and turn it into a widget for your blog, embed it in your Netvibes / Pageflakes / iGoogle homepage, or create an OpenSocial app.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Advanatges top bloggers have that you don't

Yaro Starak shares his thoughts on how most bloggers attempt to make money.

14 Essential Mac OS X applications for bloggers

People are switching from using PCs to using Macs as their primary blogging machines.

The following article provides a list of different applications to help with blogging on your Mac.
Some of these 14 applications are not exclusive to Mac users - but hopefully it’ll give a little insight into the type of tools you can use.

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

50 tips to unclutter your blog

Blog clutter is the stuff your readers really don’t need, and it serves mainly to get in the way of your content and other vital information. Your content and important pages are the signal, and blog clutter is the noise. You can enhance the first by cutting out more of the second.