Blogger loses domain name because of Gmail vulnerability

David Airey is a popular logo designer, and is even better known for his blogging at He uses the blog as a platform to solicit potential clients, and has done so successfully enough to quite his day job and become a logo designer full time. He is also known for the active community of […]

Show me your permalinks in feeds

RSS feeds have to be one of the most popular ways of consuming a site’s content for the techies and geeks around. With more and more sites and blogs coming up everyday, and more being discovered by us everyday (thank you, StumbleUpon!), it is only sensible judgement that content should be pushed to the user […]

Do you experience RSS feed information overload?

RSS feeds have become quite popular among techies, as the easiest way to read content from sites. The old way of users checking sites have given way to the new way of ‘content-push’ from the site to the user. This means that reading content is easier than ever. With millions of sites and even more […]

Is Google’s penalizing of sites fair?

Google has been on a witch-hunt for paid links. They have already cracked the whip on TLA, and TLA responded meekly with the launch of ShoppingAds. Many popular sites, from mainstream media to blogs, have been penalized in terms of PR. Experts comprehend that the next step in penalty would be in terms of search […]

Post codes to blog posts/comments with Postable

Have you gaped in utter disbelief when the code you just posted on a blog (via post/comments) came back as some mumbo-jumbo, or even worse, broken that beautiful design? It happens all the time, thanks to the nature of HTML. There may be HTML characters embedded in the code, which the browser renders, causing 101 […]

Technorati Blog Claim sucks (and its dangerous)

Technorati is a famous blog search engine used by millions of users worldwide. It has been through its ups and downs, and is criticised and hailed simultaneously. Until Google BlogSearch came around, Technorati was the only credible blog search engine. To this date, Technorati remains a good source for counting incoming links, tracking who is […]

Why new blogs should not display ads

Michael had written up a review scrutiny of this blog. Being honest and in-your-face, I found it a nice read. Do go over there and let him know your thoughts. In his review, Michael said: 4. No ads on the site, there is nothing wrong with ads but it is refreshing to see that this […]

Darren Rowse and BlogBloke reunite

Round 3: Its Darren Rowse in green shorts and BlogBloke in red shorts. The referee calls the bell, and the round begins. Wait, what’s this? They’re shaking hands, hugging each other, wishing each other. The referee is talking to them both. After a lengthy discussion, the referee calls off the match. Its a tie. BlogBloke […]

Best of Photoshop: 40+ brush sets

Photoshop is the most popular graphics editing program. Produced by Adobe, the latest version is CS3. With hundreds of plugins, brushes and gradient packs, Photoshop is increasing in utility every day. Though weighing in at a hefty price (over $600), Photoshop is powerful even in a vanilla install. However, as in any other application, its […]

Analyzing WordPress admin dashboard UI design

WordPress is the most popular blogging software right now, and will continue to be so for some time, thanks to the open-source community. The mass exodus of users from Movable Type began when MT’s makers decided to make it paid and restrictive in nature. Since then, WordPress users have not had to look back. However, […]

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