Month: October 2005

  • Blogroll Dive: 10/31/05

    Here are the highlights from today’s Blogroll dive: Owen ruminates on the future of WordPress’ upgrade documentation and why “simple” is never better when dealing with documentation. Bonnie discovers an article which puts an end to the poisoned Halloween candy myth. Michael Heilemann discusses Apple’s tribute to Rosa Parks. Brian lists a few Microsoft Office […]

  • Subscribe Me Update v1.3

    Subscribe Me has been updated to v1.3. My Google Reader subscription button has been included in this release, along with a function to easily add it to your sidebar and a nifty help link for those of you who are new to feeds. The release notes are available here. “The Subscribe Me plugin for WordPress […]

  • Google Reader Subscription Button

    According to my blog’s statistics, Google Reader is becoming a popular online news aggregator. My main complaint with Google Reader is that it prefers to organize new posts by date or “relevance” and not by feed, so it’s not as comprehensive as older services (such as Bloglines), but Google Reader is actually a very efficient […]

  • Favored Freeware: Kubuntu

    Kubuntu is a user friendly operating system based on KDE, the K Desktop Environment. With a predictable 6 month release cycle part of the Ubuntu project, Kubuntu is the GNU/Linux distribution for everyone. Pros: Kubuntu is a powerful and free operating system. The default installation process is incredibly user-friendly and includes almost every application that […]

  • Free Microsoft Office Alternatives

    Microsoft Office is probably the most popular office suite in the world, but some may argue that it is overpriced and bloated with useless features. In this week’s Freeloader Friday, Brian presents us with two free and fully compatible Microsoft Office alternatives.