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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Audio: Douglas talks Wordpress with Small Business Hosting podcast

SBHosting.com posted an interview I did last week talking about the uses and differences between Wordpress.com's hosted blogs and the Wordpress software available from Wordpress.org.

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Wordpress.org Vs Wordpress.com With Douglas Welch

On this episode I talk with Douglas Welch about the differences between Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org and when you might want to use WordPress.org vs Wordpress.com. Wordpress.com is hosted and managed by automattic (the company behing wordpress). If you choose WordPress.com you don’t install or control the software. WordPress.org is the home of the open source wordpress software. [...]

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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Make quick iPhone Photo blog with Fuzzy Shot

Since I picked up my iPhone last Sunday, I have been spending a lot of time playing with it, as well as making great use of it for business.

Today, I noticed a Twitter message from Jeff Turner (respres) directing me to Fuzzy Shot, a blogging service dedicated to iPhone photos.

I like the service because it doesn't require me to email photos anywhere. Rather it has a companion application that loads on the iPhone and then allows me to caption and title the photo, and then click one button to upload it to the site.

I like that it uss the GPS in the iPhone 3G to automatically Geotag the photos and show the location on a map. I wish there was a way to embed the photo in a blog post like this one, though. I sort of fooled it into doing it for this post.

I will play around a bit more with this, but I can foresee it becoming an interesting part of my daily work flow.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Video: RSS in Plain English

There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don't. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don't know where to start.

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