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November 2005

Hur kan vi underlätta det ständigt ökande informationsflödet på webben?

Internet utvecklas hela tiden och nya Web 2.0 tjänster dyker upp nästan varje dag. Så hur gör vi för att klara oss i detta enorma informations flöde som bara växer hela tiden? Hur kan vi med egna bloggar och hemsidor hjälpa till?

August 2005

Free Blog Counters / Web Counters / Hit Counters / Web Stats / BlogPatrol

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# Free site statistics, reports, and graphs on Visitor Activity and Technology in real time for your blog. # Unique visitors report for last 12 days including daily visitor forecasts based on previous activity. # Top 25 referrers including search engines, respective visitor counts, and last 20 referrers. # Top 25 keywords and last 20 keywords used to find your site. # Operating systems, web browsers, and screen resolutions in use by visitors. # Detailed analysis of the 25 most recent visitors, including IP and date/time.

Kramer - WordPress Plugin Repository - Trac

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Kramer is a plugin that will add inbound links to a post on your weblog as Pingbacks. What this means is that when a post in blog A links to a post in blog B, blog B will find the inbound link and add it as a pingback or a general comment, without the need for the author of the post on blog A to send a ping to blog B. The way it finds the new links is by searching Technorati (http://www.technorati.com) for all new inbound to a particular post and also (in the upcoming version) by analyzing and verifying incoming referrers. What this means is that pingback/traceback/trackback and other post-pinging tools are no longer required, as all links to a post will be found (eventually) and shown as Pingbacks. To show links to the main weblog, or to other pages in general, a function called kramer_inbound() is provided. It can be used in Wordpress templates to display a list of the latest inbound links to that page. It is usually included in the sidebar of a blog and can be fully configured via the Kramer administration interface. A planned feature is the ability for the plugin to inform Technorati of new referrers, i.e. other sites or blogs linking to your blog. This means that Technorati will be kept up-to-date about sites linking to your site.

Jeremy Curry | The Personal Website » Blog Archive » Linknotes

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a thing called link notes, sort of like foot notes, but with links. I thought that this was indeed a neat idea, and would be worth investigating, and testing out. So, I read through the comments, went off to the Wordpress Support Forums[4] and couldn’t find anything that was exactly what he wanted, and what I wanted to do with it. So, I went to work. I was going to through it together from scratch, BUT I found it easier just to basically rip some stuff out of the Textile plugin, and added a bunch of modifications. This is how it works when your writing a post.

Thingamablog

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Thingamablog is a cross-platform, standalone blogging application that makes authoring and publishing your weblogs almost effortless. Unlike most blogging solutions, Thingamablog does NOT require a third-party blogging host, a cgi/php enabled web host, or a MySQL database. In fact, all you need to setup, and manage, a blog with Thingamablog is FTP, SFTP, or network access to a web server.

Twilight Universe » Blog Archive » WordPress: Touched

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This is a plugin I wrote after I spied a post over on PhotoMatt. Matt pointed out that Owen was working on a theme that had inline editing of posts, but was disapointed that it wasn’t a plugin.

Adsenselogger, Open Source PHP Adsense Tracker - track your Adsense clicks!

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The first ever, public released open source php adsense tracker. A great majority of the internet webmasters that earn a advertising revenue with Google's Adsense program, have been looking for more in-depth and detailed statistical information on their Adsense performance.

July 2005

Blog FAQs: When non-bloggers ask why

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What are blogs anyway? A blog is a regularly updated website consisting of regular article postings. Links to and from other blogs and traditional websites are a prominent feature of most blogs. A blog tends to be focussed on a single topic or issue, and usually invites comments from readers on the posted articles, starting a conversation between writer (called a blogger) and the readers. A blog usually reflects the personality of the writer, and is most often written in a personal and informal style.

Loudblog

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Loudblog is a sleek and easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS) for publishing audio content on the web. It automatically generates a skinnable website and an RSS-Feed for Podcasting. Just upload your audio files, add some notes and links, and you’re done!

Elite Journal

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The goals of Elite Journal are to be a simple to install and use personal online journal (aka "blog", but I dislike that word). Elite Journal is written in Ruby, using the Ruby on Rails framework.

Scratch

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Scratch is the minimalist's web log. Scratch gives you nothing more than the meta-weblog API for posting. Reading is done via Atom or RSS. That's it. There's no HTML to hack up. You don't have to use the same, tired old web log template that everyone else is using. Break out of that blue, rounded rectangle! Be original! Thumb your nose at those primitive apes still using the web! Use Scratch! Scratch can also serve as a framework for developing your own weblog package.

About blojsom - Confluence

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A Java-based, full-featured, multi-blog, multi-user software package that was inspired by blosxom. blojsom aims to retain a simplicity in design while adding flexibility in areas such as the flavors, templating, plugins, and the ability to run multiple blogs with a single blojsom installation.

Blog Software Breakdown

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This chart displays attributes of different user-installed blog software packages side-by-side for comparison. Only server-installed scripts will be included in this list. (Sorry, no Radio, Blogger, etc.) I created this chart to help figure out what blog tool best suited my needs. Hopefully, it will be useful to the self-hosted blogging community as well.

digg

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What's Digg? Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allowing an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage, the users do.

cmsInfo - Home

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cmsInfo is an internet community of users and developers of Content Management Systems. Dedicated to provide news and information of the Open Source weblog niche. If you have expertise in commercial CMS systems feel free to volunteer to help with providing information on these products.

ecto

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ecto is a feature-rich desktop blogging client for MacOSX and Windows, supporting a wide range of weblog systems, such as Blogger, Blojsom, Drupal, MovableType, Nucleus, TypePad, WordPress, and more. ecto is the successor of the wildly popular Kung-Log, which has been in use by thousands of Mac users and which earned a 4.5 mice rating in the MacWorld July 2003 issue as well as high ratings at VersionTracker.com and MacUpdate.com. With ecto you can write and manage entries for your weblog(s). The advantage over using your weblog's control panel is that you can compose entries offline and use the extra features ecto offers, such as spellcheck, creating links, attachments, and much more. ecto is designed to make blogging much more easier and yet give the users as much power as possible to manage their weblogs.

June 2005

Blog Business World - Marketing, Public Relations, Search Engine Optimization

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Blog posts are written in many different forms. In fact, there are so many different blog writing styles, that attempting to list even a sampling of them here, would be pure folly.

Blog Business World - Marketing, Public Relations, Search Engine Optimization

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Better writing ability, and an enhanced ability to express yourself in print, is a rarely thought about benefit of blogging.

LightPress

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LightPress is a fast, template-based frontend for the popular WordPress blogging platform.

MyBlogLog

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MyBlogLog is all about tracking which of your blog's outgoing links are making readers click; in the simplest, most non-intrusive way possible.

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