Tag Archives: blogging

moving your wordpress blog with export and import

David asked how the heck all those posts got from one blog into another (this one). If you’re using WordPress, the dashboard offers a very nice, straight-forward way to export your blog posts to an xml file. That file can … Continue reading

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forum within wordpress blog – how they do that?

Over at ScribeFire, I just came upon something really interesting. It looks like they’ve integrated a forum into their WordPress blog. Nice clean transition from blog to forum “look and feel”. How do they do that?! Special plug-in? Very nice … Continue reading

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Performancing is now ScribeFire

via podcast.ch, swiss podcast directory and blog ScribeFire powered by performancing firefox

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Blogging to Learn…

This article on elearnmag.org, Blogging to Learn and Learning to Blog points out what it is about blogging that makes sense to me: blogging to learn. I’m not someone who feels a need to blog out loud personally, au contraire: … Continue reading

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Want to blog just for friends and family?

SixApart has launched Vox, a blogging tool for bloggers who would rather not blog out loud. If you want to keep your blog content less than public, you can open up your blog to only the people you want to … Continue reading

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keep address on your site when using an external rss feed service

It’s possible to use an external feed producing service, but keep the feed address at your site. For example, the actual feed URL might be feeds.feedburner.com/whatever_the_feed_is. But you want people to subscribe to a feed that looks like mywebsitename.com/podcastfeed.xml. That … Continue reading

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Performancing for Firefox: blog from within your browser

Performancing for Firefox is an extension that lets you blog from right within your browser. Nice points: post to multiple blogs, technorati tags, blog metrics. Less than nice point, for our blogs anyway: b2evolution’s api doesn’t work. 😦 Definitely worth … Continue reading

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Educational value of weblogs

Nice page about how you can use blogs in education, with samples and everything. thanks to lernpfade

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embed flash games in your blog

looks like fun! http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/02/05/embed-flash-games-in-your-blog/

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Find out about your blog visitors with Measure Map

A review of Measure Map, a tool that gathers blog visitor statistics. from martijndevisser.com

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