Tagged: blogging


Movable Type 4.0 Announced

Six Apart is announcing today the beta release of Movable Type 4, a much anticipated upgrade to a blog platform that has two distinct user bases nowadays – consumer base (like R/WW, which uses MT) and Enterprise. Of equal interest is that Six Apart is also announcing the Movable Type Open Source Project, a move […]

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Procrastination Chain Of Event

Sit at desk planning to catch up on accounting. Notice recently read books on corner of desk, start thinking I would have more room without them there. I should post about the books before putting them on shelves. I should install Amazon plugin for WordPress to quicken posting of books. So I find the most […]

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Realignment Time

Finally, after months and months of pushing it back and being stalled by things I thought might be nice but don’t work out with real content, here’s the new version of i.never.nu. This time it’s more of a realignment than a redesign although it might be a bit more changed than the term covers. Whatever, […]

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Mario Asselin at Webcom

Disclosure: I’m covering the conference as an hired blogger by Blog Expert. Really excellent presentation by Mario Asselin who had three students, 11, 14 and 15 years old presenting with him. He covered a lot of ground on how blogs are being used in schools, how they help students interact and broaden their views. Some […]

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Call for a Blogger’s Code of Conduct

I was quoted in a BBC article a few days ago and a San Francisco Chronicle article on Thursday calling for a “Blogger’s Code of Conduct” … In a discussion the other night at O’Reilly’s ETech conference, we came up with a few ideas about what such a code of conduct might entail. These thoughts […]

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Mes outils pour bloguer

Ça fait un bout que je veux écrire quelques entrées plus détaillées sur certains de mes softs préférés mais je n’ai pas encore pris le temps, en attendant, je répond au meme de Philippe qui liste ses outils pour blogger. Hébergement Dreamhost. Plateforme, Textpattern, passage à WordPress sous peu. Stats, je regarde plus ou moins […]

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Talented and Touching

My good friend Julien always comes up with brilliantly funny and insightful podcasts, he does it again with his Having Epilepsy episode except this time it’s touching and insightful.

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Bon train, bonne bouffe, bon 45 Nord

De retour de Québec donc, rapide visite pour assister à 45 Nord (liste pré-événement). Première étape, s’y rendre. C’est l’fun le train Non seulement c’est le fun le train mais le Montréal souterrain aussi, je part directement d’un meeting sur Sherbrooke, un bloc pour entrer à un coin de la station McGill et de food […]

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En train vers le 45 Nord

En tant que gars qui s’occupe de Yulblog, je n’avais pas tellement le choix (dans ma tête) et de toute façon c’est tentant de faire un tour par Québec pour rencontrer du monde donc, comme Martine le dit nous allons y aller old school et se rendre dans le village en train! J’ai jamais pris […]

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In The Army

I’m two weeks late on this but it seems I’ve made Buzz Canada’s list for Canada’s 1% Blogging Army. Cool. Lots of great names in there so I’m happy to be included. I also have to look up the surprisingly large number of blogs I don’t know on the list. The list is missing Carl […]

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Kottke Komments

Kottke Komments, Jason doesn’t open comments on everything on his blog so someone Ben Brown decided to open a separate site where people can comment on all posts. Weird timing since aside from a lot of good finds in his remaindered links, his long form posts have been somewhat boring in the last year – […]

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VillageBlog

VillageBlog? Brem suggère un Yulblog pour l’agglomération de Québec ;).

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Karl à la retraite

Au retour de vacance ça frappe plus que le froid; Karl à la retraite blogienne. :(

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The blog commentor’s gaze

I don’t think most of the people that demonstrate antisocial behavior in comment threads are actually psychopaths or sociopaths (there is a difference) in real life. Rather, interacting via text strips out so much social context and “incidental information” that causes some people to display psychopathic behavior online and fail to develop an online moral […]

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Les bloggeurs qui tournent auteurs

Criss, j’aurais du apprendre à écrire comme du monde en français. Trois bloggeurs québécois signent un contrat de livre. Sans blague, félicitations vous trois.

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