22 posts tagged as "blogging"

Being a better blogger: Thank your commenters

If I have learned one thing from Dave Burke, the guy who "runs just about the most polite blog in the entire blogosphere", is that you should reply to each and every person who takes the time to leave a comment on your blog. Daniel from Daily...


Rick Segal: Go Code Something

I'm an avid reader of Rick Segal's blog, The Post Money Value. I'm don't read any other start-up blogs or VC blogs, but I like Rick's writing style and point of view. Because of his Microsoft background and VC interest in technology...


Blogger Photos

This is what Joe Wirtley looks like This is what Michael Eaton looks likeJoe Wirtley recently wrote a post explaining why you should have your picture on your blog. I agree with Joe. I would never have known what Michael Eaton looked like so...


Joe Wirtley is blogging!

My CodeMash co-presenter, former boss, .NET architect and all around nice guy (but don't tell him I told you so), Joe Wirtley, has finally started blogging with a vengeance (10 posts in 8 days) and he also redesigned his personal site. Joe has...


Justice Gray on Chrome Domes

The always controversial and sometimes correct (see his 10 keys to happiness), Justice Gray, reveals something new: "bald people cannot be trusted. ... bald people wander the earth with one purpose and one purpose only - to kill you and steal...


Michael Eaton on Software Development's Rock Stars

Michael Eaton wrote a great "live and let live" post about the recent blogverse ramblings by and about Joel Spolsky, Ruby, and 37Signals.


Google's Matt Cutts' SEO Tip Videos

I promise that this isn't turning into an SEO blog, but I mentioned before that I have some SEO interest, as we all should. Matt Cutts, Google's SEO insider, put together several nice videos this week where he answers email questions and provides...


Want to know more about database unit testing and refactoring? Check out Sachin Rekhi's blog

I recently found Sachin Rekhi's blog: Sachin Rekhi's Ramblings - On Mastering Database Development with Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals. I don't remember where I found the first link to the blog, but it was probably through...


How to setup the Performancing extension for Firefox to post to CS 2.0

As a follow up to my comments about the Performancing extension for Firefoxthat Dave Burke quoted today in the Community Server Daily News I put together a little Flash video to demonstrate how to setup the extension to post to a Community Server...


The guide to etiquette for stealing someone's thunder: The Rules for Calling Blogging Dibs

A couple of days ago I was wondering if there were rules about that sort of thing. Apparently there are rules! Thanks, Phil Haack, for the explanation. Technorati Tags: Blogging