Articles tagged in website

  1. blogs4God is moving to Pligg

    HealYourChurchWebsite: What we can learn from Web 2.0 success from blogs4God.s mistakes, and it shows a screenshot of the upcoming blogs4God beta powered by Pligg CMS. It is moving towards more Web 2.0'ish with user created and moderated content. I am not sure whether it would resolve its previous issues, especially those that are personal and not technical. Just for the record, various iterations of blogs4God have been powered by customised CMS, Drupal/CivicSpace and currently WordPress.

  2. Another Look on MyBlogLog

    I did blogged about MyBlogLog back in October, didn't I? Quite a few things happening afterwards. A few days after my previous "short review", I actually deleted my account there, because I just cannot stand their aggressive tracking script that "rings home" whenever someone clicks on some links. I guess …
  3. DivShare -- free unlimited file hosting

    DivShare is a free file hosting service that allows you to upload unlimited files, serve unlimited downloads, no expiration date on the files, no/minimal ads and does not require registration. Very simply app, but I guess with its list of features it also needs a very deep pocket to …
  4. Three Videos Every Church Website Should Have

    Via Simon, three videos every church website should have. It just makes so much sense. Which one do you prefer, if you are trying to decide whether you want to visit a church, if you are new to the region? Pages after pages of text trying to explain who we …
  5. Gravatar 2 Coming

    Went to the Gravatar website this morning, and saw the message its funder Tom Werner has put on: ... In order to handle the rapidly increasing load, I've had to experiment with a variety of server architectures. I ask for your patience during the coming weeks as I test out a …
  6. ReviewMe.com: More Dough for the Bloggers

    ReviewMe, which launched a week ago, pays me 30 US greenbacks for writing this review! That's free lunch for the week! Moreover, they are planning to pay bloggers up to $100,000 to write a review about them! More dough for the bloggers, how good is that?! Now I just …
  7. likebetter

    likebetter.com -- guess what kind of person you are from your choice of two pictures. It is actually fun -- pick one out of two pictures that you like better, and after awhile the "pink brain" will tell you what kind of person you are.
  8. List of online storage services

    A list of 90+ resources on online file storage, and many of them those "Web 2.0" style companies. I guess with recent storage associated disasters, having a good online off-site backup is high on my consideration. However, I don't need to know 90+ of them providing this service. I …
  9. I got spammed by GoDaddy!

    I run a small community blog site FOCUSer.net, who hosts WordPress blogs for members or ex-members of FOCUS. It also has an aggregator that tracks other FOCUS-related blogs, hosted on my box or elsewhere, and merge them into one single page in chronological order. I do not go around …
  10. eBible.com Review

    Since I got my eBible.com invite, I have been playing with this "Web 2.0" version of on-line Bible service. It is packed with heavy Javascript, dynamic HTML and "rounded corners". Very "buzzword compliant", but at the same time also provide a very useful tool if you like your …
  11. 50 things to eat before you die

    List of Bests: 50 things to eat before you die. Taken from BBC's vote in 2004 but you can re-order it. I have only eaten 29 out of 50 from that list, but I don't think I want to eat the rest (mostly seafood). Banquet in heaven will be much …
  12. Track your conversations with coComment

    coComment: "... enable you to efficiently track your comments comments and conversations with others across the blogosphere." I am just giving it a go at the moment and it has been very useful so far. Have you ever wondered where have you left a comment, and whether anyone else has replied …