Tag Archives: joseph

Futility of ‘rel=nofollow’

rel=nofollow is a bad idea for blogs, so let’s drop it.

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Transit status alert system

A simple, low-cost system to notify transit riders of schedule disruptions…

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New ping service is live!

PingQueue is the latest blog ping service.

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A Pending Ping Crisis?

Ping services in the news again. Joseph’s ping service, and my thoughts on the whole matter.

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Testing new ping service

I’m testing Joseph’s new ping service on my blog. Seems much faster than Ping-o-matic.

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Google sitemaps with WordPress

I stopped by Joseph’s blog a few days ago and read the article about Vint Cerf moving to Google. This got me thinking about an earlier Google-related post about sitemaps on Joseph’s blog, where he wondered about a WordPress plugin … Continue reading

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Footer plugin requirements, notes

Reasons for a statcounter plugin, generalized to “footer” plugin, links to plugin-writing resources.

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Internet programming language?

I stumbled across this post from almost exactly one year ago. Joseph, I salute your effort, and the fact that you made this work is very cool, but I think this approach (relatively low-level network programming) may be the wrong … Continue reading

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Why WordPress?

One of the reasons that I chose WordPress for my blog software was because of Joseph’s and Acetylene’s blogs. Now I need to upgrade from my out-of-the-box theme and get something a bit more interesting!

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