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Five Years Ago This Week – 7/12/2003

July 12, 2008

photo credit: DSP Photo Every Saturday I’ll be reaching deep into the archives. Here is what I was writing about this coming week, five long years ago: SortaGolf – An interesting spin on golf designed to keep the higher handicaps having more fun out on the links. Adaptive Path MT Powered Site – Sites previously […]

Five Years Ago This Week – 3/1/2003

March 1, 2008

photo credit: henrikbeckerkoeln Every Saturday I’ll be reaching deep into the archives. Here is what I was writing about this coming week, five long years ago: Using Unique Category Templates in Movable Type – I only switched to WordPress recently – five years ago I was using Movable Type and over the years I would […]

Technorati Tags in Movable Type

January 14, 2005

Technorati has released today a new feature called tags which allows one to further categorize the web. Mix Flickr and Del.icio.us tags with weblog tags and you get a Technorati Tag page, which looks like this which is the page for the tag technorati. The basic premise is you tag your articles just like people […]

Using AdSense Channels with Movable Type

July 14, 2004

Many webloggers have incorporated Google’s AdSense into their weblogs as one of the new ways to make money online – it’s a simple, relatively unobtrusive way to generate a little bit of secondary income. Until recently it was impossible to know which pages were generating revenue but with the introduction of channels a few months […]

Movable Type 3.0 Pricing Firestorm

May 13, 2004

Six Apart, the makers of TypePad and Movable Type, today released Movable Type 3.0 Developer Edition, the first 3.0 release generally available to the public. Along with this version they introduced the first real pricing scheme they have used to date. Until this release every version of MT was given away for free and donations […]

Jabberings #9

March 19, 2004

Good advice from Bart there. Most people I know, or at least the smart, connected ones, have done this for years. And when I see one of those types ask a question I know they could answer by looking at Google I know they probably already have and are acting dumb for some reason. Tricky! […]

MT-Preview Rocks

January 10, 2004

One of the things I’ve never liked about Movable Type is that when editing an article it isn’t possible to see exactly how the article is going to be formatted once you publish it. The reason is that the editor stylesheets are different from the site stylesheets. Thanks to Laurent Mihalkovic’s MT-Preview that is now […]