If you look at the sidebar on the far right, you should see both a list of my most recent actions on other sites, and a list of my profiles on other sites, too.
Trolls are a menace to many online communities, blogs or web forums. This especially true with political communities. Politics seems to bring out the worst in trolls and political forums often face a never ending stream of them…
Interesting legal action against a blogger. And it would be in the property sector…
Technology trends from DEMO
An interesting couple of days in blogging technology:
- Automattic announced the Prologue theme for WordPress.com, which seems to be an attempt to create Twitter-like functionality to their platform for workgroups
- Genial Chris Alden announced some major changes coming to Typepad, and not before time, too. (Sorry, Chris)
- Movable Type gets an Action Streams plugin which allows you to aggregate you activity around the web on your blog. Expect to see it in action here within the next few days.
I’ve got back into Seesmic now I have a webcam for my work PC. However, my presentation skills aren’t always what they should be:
The service has been revamped somewhat since I last had a play, and the new view which compiles replies in the timeline makes it much easier to pick up interesting new conversations than it was before. It gets ever more interesting, for a service in Alpha.
I shifted this blog off Dreamhost a while ago, and the rest of my web publishing activities are about to follow. Here’s a hint as to why:
Useful overview of the Expression Engine CMS
This looks entertaining:
We only deal with the most classy, stimulating business content here at RBI blogging HQ.
My, my. I’m on students’ reading lists now.