Blogging Formats Junk Food And Shuffle

There’s a lot of talk lately about the slow down of blogging in terms of the number of bloggers and blog post frequency.I’ve certainly slowed down my blog posting frequency. I don’t have that mania for a daily post as perhaps I did in the past. I’ve allowed various social networking and micro-blogging outlets to…

A Sideline In Timelines

I’ve recently started a new blog elsewhere to indulge my penchant for trying out different web based tools. I’d usually happily contain those ideas here but WordPress.com is understandably a little choosy about the type of html code it allows on its blogging platform therefore embedded flash and java script based technologies are currently not…

Timelined

I do enjoy getting inspired by the creative possibilities of technology as sometimes there are better ways to visualize a large ammount of information aside from writing it all down in an essay style. Creating timelines is one such example where a life history, event timeline or cultural changes can be explored visually. Circavie allows…

Wordpress-The Shock Of the New?

Yesterday many of us awoke to a new WordPress.com web interface. Despite my initial surprise I have to put my hand up and and say I’m having a positive reaction to it.Maybe I’m wired up a certain way but I’m finding it reasonably intuitive so far. It’s taken me a little while to re-orientate but…

Updated Podcast Feed

I’ve re-jigged the podcast feed address for the various audio files of the Tape Archive which enables the download of audio files via iTunes, Songbird or other podcast software of choice. I’ve discontinued the rich media feed in order to ensure the ability for new podcast subscribers to obtain the full history of audio posts.If…

Blogger Now OpenID Provider Too

I wrote a while ago about the changes to commenting on Google’s Blogger platform which allowed people to leave comments using an existing OpenID. Now Blogger has finally become an OpenID provider themselves which makes them another high profile backer of the OpenID concept which lets computer users have a single secure and decentralised login…

The Anti Stats

Yesterday I wrote briefly about the early day motion calling for disestablishment of the church which had received the motion number 666. Worryingly synchronicity or mere coincidence combined as my related end of day blog stats worryingly revealed themselves (no really).   Random post__Blogs I Read