Here’s a simple 3-column WordPress 1.5 theme called Trident.
Archives for January 2005
Like It or Not, Blogs Have Legs …the blogosphere has evolved into a sphere of memes and ideas that are constantly shaped by the millions of web users who write, read and comment on blogs. In a sense, it operates in a similar fashion to open-source code, where a loose confederation of programmers tinkers with […]
Radiant Marketing Group says Tris Hussey, himself a professional blogger par excellance, has coined a new term for those who blog for a living. He calls them (us) “gisters,” which he says comes from the novel Digital Fortress. Also, Radiant Marketing Group has already implemented the nofollow attribute in their comments.
How does a company respond when they are attacked by a blog? Smart companies are monitoring the blog traffic. Many of them, of course, are creating blogs of their own. But the question of how to respond to blogs is going to be so vital, I believe, that it will give birth to an entire […]
Visit here if you’re interested in being involved in the Web 2.0 Spam Squashing Summit to work on squashing out comment, link, tag, photo, and other types of spam.
This plugin creates a dynamic categorization system like the tagging capabilities of both del.icio.us and Flickr.
I sure am seeing a lot of rumors floating around the blogosphere about Yahoo purchasing SixApart.
While Iraq’s many newspapers get little notice in the American media, the country’s citizen bloggers are drawing increased attention, as reporters in the United States try to gauge views within that country during the lead-up to this month’s elections. One reason for the interest: Many of the Iraqi bloggers’ postings are written in English, unlike […]
Some more reasons why the nofollow attribute will not stop comment spam. Er, has everyone forgotten the lessons we have learned in the past ten years about Usenet and email spam? Those communities have already implemented much more powerful technologies, and the level of spam keeps increasing. The blog world is immune from this reality […]
I agree with Dylan Greene. He predicts that the new tag attribute will not prevent comment spam because of the following issues: 1. The text of the spam messages will still be indexed by search engines. 2. Humans will still see the the spam messages. 3. Humans will still be able to follow the spam […]