Archives for “Blogging”

Performancing released a new Firefox extension today that lets the user blog directly from Firefox using their simple to use editor. I gave it a ...


RSS Mad is a new RSS Directory that is more then just your average directory. I was surprised to see that RSS Mad not only ...


As some of you may know, I have been accepted to the Web 2.0 Workgroup not too long ago. As time has passed, more and ...


Last week, I thankfully got an invite to use Measure Map. I have been using it non-stop, making tests, jotting down my likes and my ...


Fruitcast is a new service that is not only great for advertisers, but podcasters as well. The founder of Fruitcast, James Archer of Forty Media, ...


Jacuba is a new service that brings spell checking right to your site or your browser and amazingly does not even require you to download, ...


There are two new services that I find to be very useful, especially if you are the type that doesn't like to search for information ...


TechWeb is at it again for round two of the BLOG-X Awards for this years best tech blogs. I've come across a few blogs mentioning ...


The company, Eurekster, known for their SearchPublisher Platform, has recently released a new service that caught my interest right away. It is called, Eurekster Swicki ...


It looks like Flock has finally landed. Thanks to Colin from TheUberGeeks for giving me the "scoop." You can also see what Scott Jarkoff has ...


There have been a few posts around discussing an excellent idea of creating something called a reading list. Think of a collection of feeds, an ...


Yahoo! has really been working hard this week! Just yesterday I was excited to announce Yahoo! Podcasts. Today, they made a press release stating that ...


Just hours ago, I had posted about Yahoo! getting ready to launch their new service, Yahoo! Podcasts (thanks to TechCrunch). It has now been released ...


TechCrunch (his announcement) has just informed me that Yahoo! has just released a new service, Yahoo Podcasts, that is to be a directory of ...


This is Part Two of yesterdays review about Google's new service, Google Reader. Yesterday, I had touched up on using the interface, what it looks ...


So, the big news today is about Google's new release of Google Reader, Google's stab at the feed aggregator game. I was shocked about how ...


The last few weeks we have seen amazing services released, many with a focus on turning your average desktop application into a web application. Or ...


37signals has released Writeboard. My first impressions? Meh. Honestly, I wasn't all that impressed with it, but overall, it is a great solution to collaborative ...


A while back, I made a post about PhotoBlog solutions that included some of the best solutions for PhotoBlogs. One of the solutions was called, ...


When I write, I often have to refer to a dictionary to check up on words or a thesaurus so that words don't become redundant. ...


I can barely believe this, everything has been happening so fast these last few days. Paul Scrivens, has recently accepted Solution Watch to jump aboard ...


I am in a very visual mood at this moment, and because of this, I have decided to take my collection of Photo Blogging web ...


J-Learning is a new service, by J-Lab, that aims to helping those in need of skills to make community media projects. J-Learning is packed with ...


Mo'time is a new service that is much like Blogger in that it allows you to sign up and create a blog for free. But, ...


Ziepod is a new great looking Podcast receiver and player that is free and available for Windows. Ziepod has some really good features such as ...