Posts Tagged ‘blog’
Since 2004, this blog has be hosted on SixApart’s Typepad platform. At that time Typepad was the easiest way to create and manage a personal or business blog. Over the last six years, it has fallen behind other platforms, most notably Wordpress with its large community of developers. Time to jump ship. In fact, long overdue.
I have a quick favor to ask – that you resubscribe to my blog’s RSS feed. Why? Well, to be honest it won’t benefit you greatly, but I’d like to consolidate all those who subscribe to this blog onto a single Feedburner feed. Many of you will be using the direct feed which Typepad provides, [...]
My friend and colleague, Andres Wittermann has launched a blog about the European media and PR industry. I’ve had the chance to work with Andres since ’97. As a former journalist he has a great understanding of what’s behind the news, and as a PR guy for the last 16 years, he has a lot [...]
I had a fun this morning sitting on the judging panel for the upcoming OnHollywood 100 awards. But not as much fun as my colleagues in the UK were obviously having. Today, on the way to work, one of them spotted a whale in the Thames. It’s not something you see everyday, so they called [...]
A blogroll is the list of links to other weblogs which you typically find down the side of a blog. The idea is that these are the blogger’s friends and influencers, so the topics discussed on those blogs are relevant to the central blog’s theme. You can reasonably expect a blogger to read the blogs [...]
A month ago, my journo pal Dennis Howlett dropped me a note to say he’d started a new blog about accountancy. Thirty days later that blog, AccMan Pro, is off to a flying start. In just that short period, he’s clocked up 136 posts (over 4 a day), 1,722 visitors and 3,805 page impressions. More [...]