Interesting meta-blogging tool: the weblogs category from NewsIsFree not only aggregates blog posts for you, it also lets you see people’s quickly corrected typos and deleted posts. For instance, at the moment I see where Cam took almost half an hour to correct (or NewsIsFree took half an hour to notice the correction to) “Do [...]
Archive for December, 2001
My kind of cooking site: The Single Man’s Guide to TV Dinners. This site embodies the perfect reading accompaniment to a pleasant repast of Freschetta Supreme Pizza emboldened by the addition of Musco Family Olive Co. Black Pearls Sliced Ripe Olives (which, sadly, is precisely what I was eating while reading it). [Anythink ->Mike's Weblog->Newsisfree->Me]
Six days without getting to say “Sorry, you can’t use Blogger with envy.nu” in Blogger Discuss. I’m going into withdrawl. Doesn’t anybody have a question? (Other than “why can’t I see my blog on envy.nu?”)
The indefatigable Peter Scott’s The Complete Guide to Web Logs has a directory of text ads, whether you are looking to advertise or to host ads.
Hah! A reprieve: Blogger’s template server is down again, serving up a 500 error for the archive template and a blank textarea for the main template. Woohoo, I get to surf instead of working on my site!
Pardon the broken links in the menu to the right, if you would: I seem to be far too distractable lately. All I need to do is to swap templates a couple of times on three different blogs and I’ll be done moving in, but every time I start to get it done, somebody comments [...]
Progress on various remote commenting fronts: Marcus is starting to show some of what he has in mind for BlogBack Plus, including XML or dotcomments-format import/export. Ruzz (of Big Blog Tool) is starting to show more of his hand about Big Comment Tool, both on his site and in my comments. Beta testing starts in [...]
PapaScott : Blogrolling with PHP alone – another approach to changes.xml and PHP, without the mySQL db.
Weblogs.com howto – bold the recently updated in your list of blogs by reading changes.xml into a mySQL db.
PRAX – PHP Record-oriented API for XML – now if only I could remember why I needed it, back when it seemed to be among the missing…