CategoryBlogging Tools and Services
Easy Bake Weblogs E-book Review
5th of April 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Easy Bake Weblogs E-book Review

I’ve been chatting to Andy from Easy Bake Weblogs (affiliate link) for the past week or so via Skype and am really enjoying chatting with another problogger who knows his stuff. Andy comes at his blogging from a slightly different direction to me – he’s an experienced blogger who is ...more
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Tabbed Browsing for Bloggers
3rd of April 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Tabbed Browsing for Bloggers

Arieanna has a good post on why she loves Firefox as a blogger. As I was reading it – especially this following section on tabbed browsing – I found myself agreeing with her whole heartedly – although for me you just need to substitute the word ‘Firefox’ with ‘Safari’ throughout ...more
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10 DIY Blog platforms you may not have visited
31st of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

10 DIY Blog platforms you may not have visited

Duncan over at the Blog Herald has a good post introducing readers to 10 DIY Blog platforms you may not have visited. The list he compiles is filled with some interesting blogging tools that you might want to check out if you’re looking to start a new blog.
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Yahoo! 360 Reviewed
30th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Yahoo! 360 Reviewed

Steve at Micro Persuasion reviews Yahoo! 360 – it looks like an interesting tool but if Steve is right it probably wont be too useful for ProBloggers and Business Bloggers. Steve writes: ‘As compelling as Yahoo! 360 is for newbies, it has virtually zero application as a professional/business blogging tool. ...more
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Thoughts on The Future of WordPress and MovableType
28th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Thoughts on The Future of WordPress and MovableType

Jeremy Zawodny writes on the Future of WordPress and MovableType and writes: ‘WordPress will come to be the de-facto choice in the world of self-hosted personal weblogs and low-end webhosting “value added” package. MovableType will be the blogware of choice in the corporate blogging world, both for internal weblogs and ...more
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Comparing Blogger to WordPress
20th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Comparing Blogger to WordPress

Balay ni Bambit has a great comparative analysis of Blogger vs WordPress for those of your who are still at the stage of choosing a back end client for your blogging. She ends up coming down on the side of WordPress (as I think most serious bloggers would – I ...more
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What Software do Pro Bloggers need?
19th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

What Software do Pro Bloggers need?

Migs Paraz asked me a question that I thought I’d open up for us all to have a go at answering. He writes: ‘I’m a software developer. What tools can I write to help probloggers to be more successful?’ So there’s a question for you. If you could have some ...more
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Switching from Movable Type to WordPress
15th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Switching from Movable Type to WordPress

Jesse Ruderman has a great post on Switching from Movable Type to WordPress for those contemplating the switch. The article goes through some of the advantages and disadvantages of WordPress over Moveable type and talks you through some of the problems encountered in the move (along with some solutions and ...more
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Bloglines Problems
12th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Bloglines Problems

Is anyone else having issues with Bloglines today? I logged on this morning only to find that I could not access it at all. I thought maybe they were having issues and waited an hour or two only to find it still timing out. Now 10 hours later I’m still ...more
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