An aside on blog platforms Paid Members Public
I’m still pondering where next, technology-wise, for this blog. I’ve been watching the conversation around static [http://inessential.com/2011/03/16/a_plea_for_baked_weblogs] versus dynamic rendering [http://inessential.com/2011/04/04/more_again_again_on_the_static_weblogs_t] of pages that’s
What AOL and SAY: Media have in common: a platform Paid Members Public
When the two acquisitions of the week meet: AOL’s new purchase TechCrunch [http://gigaom.com/2010/09/28/nailed-it-aol-bought-techcrunch/] talking to the new CEO of SAY:Media: Let’s be honest, that’s a great example of how talking heads video can be dull, but there is some interesting
Noted In Passing Paid Members Public
* Kevin Anderson writes about the wikification of news [http://charman-anderson.com/2010/05/13/the-wiki-fication-of-news-topic-pages-and-collaboration/] – its move towards more collaborative models online * Dave Lee notes that recent moves by The Guardian look suspiciously like creating a network of niche B2B sites – and asks if that paves the way for some
Using Disqus for Blog Comments Paid Members Public
From this post onwards, I’ve replaced the commenting system on this blog with the [Disqus Comments](http://disqus.com/comments/) system. Disqus is one of the breed of external comment providers that have become popular in the last year or so, that include Automattic’s [Intense Debate](http://intensedebate.
Automattic acquires Intense Debate Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2008/09/intensedebate-automattic_blog.png] An e-mail was waiting for me when I got home, announcing that [Automattic has acquired Intense Debate](http://www.intensedebate.com/blog/2008/09/23/automattic-acquires-intensedebate/). For those not familiar with it, [Intense Debat](http://www.
Reactionary Mentions the Disqus Way Paid Members Public
The observant will have noticed that I’ve been using Disqus [http://disqus.com/] as the comment service on this blog for the last few months, and I’ve been very happy with it. The ability to manage via e-mail is a boon, and the spam blocking is superb. I