One semi-unique feature that LiveJournal had was its advertising free account option, but as of today it seems that option will no longer be around. Details from ReadWriteWeb say: SUP, the Russian company that recently acquired LiveJournal, angered a substantial number of its users last week by instituting the policy before discussing it publicly and […]
I always wondered what made SixApart interested in LiveJournal. I knew it made sense in one respect, as growing your company always does, but the user group of their other products, TypePad and MovableType, didn’t really fit in my mind with the user group of LiveJournal, and so it comes as no surprise to me […]
Expression Engine, a popular CMS, has got a new version out there which is supposed to be pretty slick. One of the features highlighted by many people is an add-on of sorts that allows for one Expression Engine install to manage multiple sites, called simply enough the Multiple Site Manager. Something that you need to […]
I found out the news that TypePad’ service had got an update, which included the ability to create pages, from an interesting source, one of its competitors, Matt Mullenweg. If you’re a TypePad blogger, we know you’re serious about making a great blog. But what about the parts of your site that don’t fit into […]
Over on GarrettDimon.com there is a great post up about SimpleLog a Ruby on Rails based blogging application. With version 2.0 already out the door, it might be one to use if you are looking for an alternative to WordPress or Movable Type. My first impression of the screenshots is that it is very minimalistic […]
A little more than a week ago, Drupal 5.0 was finally released. It is a pretty revolutionary release for the Drupal team, and it also marked their sixth birthday. With over 492 people submitting contributions to 5.0, they seem to still have a strong community behind them and continue to make waves in the content […]
Veerle has created a tutorial on how to implement dynamic titles for your Expression Engine blog or site including common pitfalls, and example code. A very cool tutorial, and one worth checking out. I think all blog software should make dynamic titles easier.