Update July 6, 2011: Without notice, Tumblr is once again importing my feeds. The company says that it is grandfathering in those of us who had feeds but not allowing this feature for new accounts and not allowing new or modified feeds. I’ve been using Tumblr as a place to aggregate some of my disparate […]
When Illadore (Monica Gaudio) discovered that Cooks Source Magazine had printed an article she wrote in 2005 without asking permission, she says the first thing she did was contact the publisher, Judith Griggs, by email. When Griggs told her that everything on the web was public domain, Gaudio started to see red. That’s when she […]
Sometime last month, the BBC circulated a Powerpoint presentation (Scribd document) to staff that cements links as an “essential” (emphasis per original document) element for BBC reporting. Moreover, the BBC wants to “double outbound links from 10m to 20m a month by 2013.” Links are, according to this BBC document, a “well suit[ed] unique selling point for […]
If you have a blog, you have a theme… You want your blog to say “YOU”, but you don’t want to pay a designer a ton of money to accomplish this… Artisteer ($49.99) makes it simple for you to create and customize your own WordPress theme with just a few clicks of the mouse. The […]
Paul Bradshaw shares the WordPress plug-ins that he has found helpful. He lists 85 (or so!) but says he’s only using 30-40. Check it out!
Presentation made to Puget Sound PRSA at Verizon office in Everett. Links below the fold!