Six Apart unveiled licensing changes to its popular Weblogging software, Movable Type this week.
Time Magazine article on weblogging.
I found a list of Symposium Research Papers on blogging from the University of Texas. Some interesting titles are Blog, Blog, Blog: Experiences with web logs in journalism classes, When the Audience is the Producer: The Art of the Collaborative Weblog, and Wikipedia as Participatory Journalism: Reliable Sources? Metrics for evaluating collaborative media as a […]
WordPress has a new bug tracking system.
Ping-O-Matic has sent between 1.25 and 1.5 Million pings since they launched 7 weeks ago. Nice job Matt Mullenweg and company.
There’s a comprehensive article in PCWorld.com on RSS readers.
If you would like to experiment with a new admin UI for WP and are adventurous follow along with Chris J. Davis as he goes on a quest to reinvent the admin area.
It’s nice to see positive articles in the press about blogging. “I see Weblogs as one of the most exciting developments in the online world — a relatively new, still-evolving form of expression, full of passion and possibility.”
This technical article is a few years old but it gives an in-depth analysis of the difference between Pingback and Trackback. The non-technical difference as I understand it is pingback automatically finds URI’s in the post and pings them while a trackback needs to have a URI entered manually.
Need a website up and running quickly? Aaron Ogle posted this turotial on how to run WordPress 1.2 as a non-blog website. Here is his personal website that is powered by WP 1.2. It’s great to see people get outside the box and use current technology to work for them.