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Dan Grigsby - Superfan

See who reads your Bloglines feed. To use Superfan (it's free), simply add a feed to your subscriptions with a url that matches this pattern: Substitute the Bloglines username of the user you want to watch fo

Jarrod Trainque » Blog Archive » Turning Wordpress into a tag-based blogging application

Summary: How to forego categories and date-based archives and turn your Wordpress-powered blog into a tag-based blogging system. Like, but a blog.

Link Exchanges & PageRank

To Avoid: Google and other engines penalize certain site techniques that are seen as trying to “cheat the system”. These include things like link farms, free-for-all link pages (like Bravenet), and even webrings. As a rule of thumb, if the links you a

Why would you put a CC button on your blog?

Someone told me he didn't want to use it because it seemed arrogant.

How Not To Get Fired From Work For Blogging

1. Do not tell anyone at work about your blog. Not in passing, not in conversation at the water cooler, not during happy hour, not on their deathbed. Because what inevitably happens is, even though you've thought about the repercussions of management find

READ ME : A Blogger's Disclaimer

Do not assume that you know everything there is to know about a writer simply because you read their weblog on a regular basis. Any judgements you make will be based on the information they have provided you about themselves, which is probably vague, inco

Something Witty Goes Here » Blog Archive » Guide to Deploying SVG with HTML

My solution to this dilemma was to provide <object> for non-IE browsers and <embed> in IE browsers. I had done this using some JavaScript that transforms <object> elements into <embed> elements if IE is used and ASV is installed. You can see the JS here.

Why Bloggers Don't Need SEO |

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Blogging, and blogs are all about human referals - I mean, the kind of traffic sent to you from other blogs, as a recommendation, which all links are, though there is such a thing as a negative recommendation of course.

C#, .Net Framework: Google Search: find file extension with regex in c#

A simple regex that could be used in C# to find file extensions is:.+\.([^.]+)$This will find an extension that is at the end of the string. To find an extension anywhere in a string you can use: .+\.([^.]+)\s A regex to find a three letter extension at t

Converting Safari RSS feeds into exportable OPML file - The RSS Weblog

Download the XML stylesheet from here. Then run it in the terminal with these commands:

Mike Rundle: Accessible Image Replacement

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negative text-indent technique. but the comments have the real goods -- other suggestions.