Blogging

"I keep remembering that, between Google Reader and its limits (items must have titles), and Twitter with its limits (only 140 chars, no titles, one link, no styling), same with Facebook (no links or styling) that my online writing has diminished dramatically, conforming to the contradictory limits of each of these systems. I keep working …

short blog posts

Important as the web continues to develop... don't put all of your content into a silo. If you arrived here via Facebook, you might see why. 2. You're probably posting your short items to Twitter and Facebook. That's wrong. Please, before you give your ideas to a silo, give them to the open web. Of course …

Why Blogs?

Yep... Blogs are — or at least were — different. They are an individual’s place for speaking out loud, but the relationships that form around them were based on links among posts, not social networks that link among people. I’m all for social networks, but we also need networks of ideas. via Joho the Blog …

Blogging Isn’t Dead

I'd have to disagree with this... Blogging is Dead – But Long Live the Blogosphere - exploreB2B: "While the thought process remains the same today (‘Here is what I think, read my blog’) - the effect is minimal, if anything at all. A viewer may read an article on your blog, maybe even find it …

83 Lines

Trevor Turk put together a WordPress theme using only 83 lines of PHP and 75 lines of CSS. That's pretty amazing. And pretty. I'm using it here as my theme for a very long time to come. Yes, I love it.