I’ve been using the Entrecard service for half a year or so now, and I still think it’s a cool way to advertise on other sites and to get advertised on by others. Especially, because some really big blogs added the service to their websites – it’s not only small blogs in their portfolio, but […]
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So I just realized, in order to gain a broader audience, why not add more chinese in future posts? … And with sites like Wikipedia or the Google Language Tools, it’s easier than ever to have keywords or names translated to a foreign language (please write a WordPress on-site plugin, anyone?)…
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Yeah, that’s about four times faster than at home: Now I spend more time working and less time downloading – great! I’ll blog some more about our new office next week. Too busy with other stuff these days…
There’s a new web 2.0 service in town: BlogBackupr! It’s, as the name tells, a blog backup service. For free, daily backups! Currently, WordPress as well as Blogger.com are supported. All you need to do is register, put in the address of you blog and then give it the admin credentials, so it can perform […]
I tweaked around the blog some more and decided to add a nice text-shadow to the headlines. If you’re using a 3rd-world browser, you probably wont see it though, it’s a Safari only supported CSS thing. Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve been using FireFox myself for quite some years, hell, we even organized a […]
Regular visitors don’t only know that I’m playing around a lot with the themes and CSS of this blog, they also probably spottted the new ad I’m running on the sidebar. It’s a new service called “Spottt” (yes, three t’s) by the guys from AdBrite. Let’s give it a try! They will, after they reviewed […]
I’ve been searching a lot around the net for a decent shopping system that is PHP/MySQL driven, and the best thing I found was osCommerce – so far.
Now to the downside: You can only creat free videos that are 30 seconds long. For 3$, you can creat a ‘full-lenth’ video, which means more then even 10 minutes, I guess.
Of course, Google is the mighty giant and most important, but now that you have gone through all the hardships creating it, why not ‘feature’ it a bit more?