Category: Metablog

So, I’ve redone the commenting form for Epistula to reflect certian forthcoming technological efforts. Ahh, I love the smell of a crowded new marketplace in the morning. Smells like failure…

Hello, Livejournal users. Been a while, hasn’t it? Well, if your stupid RSS system rejects feeds merely because they aren’t valid, that’s what’s going to happen. ahem fixed now. So, in honour of the return of the Livejournallers from another…

So, whilst other people have been attacked by comment spammers, I – in my Epistula fortified ivory tower – have recieved two, which I have then deleted. More of a problem for me is that Google has placed my review…

Michel Valdrighi, one of the founder members of the sinister1 and complicated Blogite collective2 who used to be at tidakada.com is back with his shiny new domain, and shiny new WordPress install3 and shiny new weblog at intraordinary.com Also, Epistula…

So, why so much geek-stuff? Well, reasons are three-fold. One: People are doing ESF things, which makes makes me happy, which makes me feel I should be doing more cool things. Part of this week has been spent redoing the…

It’s probably fair to say that there is an element of the online population who feel that the recent explosion of weblogs and the publicity it has recieved is undue. Furthermore, it has emerged that All Webloggers Are Teenage Girls.…

In one of those horrible domain things that we hate so much, Vaughan at Wherever You Are let go of his hold on his domain for long enough for an evil search portal to grab it. He has taken this…

Andrew Orlowski at The Register is continuing his rabidly anti-blog stance with an article today on Google’s possible creation of a Blog tab to go along with the images, news and groups tabs. This follows the pattern that groups matched,…

I’ve recorded Burningbird’s Request twice, and am not happy with either. It will happen. I’ve recorded four audioblog entries today. I’m not happy with any of them. I’ve posted 155 entries this year, 854 since April 7th 2000, when I…

Today is apparently Perfomance Art day in the Neighbourhood. Mike has a whole load of links to people taking part, saving me the effort. For my part, I’ve decided to read the thing that I enjoyed most this week into…