The first in what might be a series of posts on apps I personally rate very highly and think most users would find incredibly useful, I write up what I know and like about AppBrain. (And I actually make it through a post without referencing the phone I use it on!)
I touch on (though not actually “review”) Firefox 3.5, and go over what add-ons I’m currently using for Firefox, and why.
I noticed a new service being offered for Twitter users: Tweetboard. Tweetboard can organize your Twitter conversations and make them a kind of “microforum” that you can add to your website. I review it’s use, potential purpose, and the potential issues I see with it.
While looking at the search terms that brought people to my other blog posting about Twitter, Cell Phones, and Data Plans, I noted a few queries that weren’t exactly answered in my previous post. So I wrote a new one.
So, there’s this new thing out called Opera Unite. It’s got all these coolio features, ya know? It lets you do things right from your desktop that you used to have to like ask other people to help you with, like show web pages! … Dude … why is my virus scanner going off?
The blog software this site uses included an RSS feed, and I added RSS feeds for the SCUBA and Gallery sites. I go over RSS feeds and their use, and my experiences involved in developing my own. Portions of the article (particularly near the end) will touch on some of the more technical parts to website development.
So, if you run your own web site, or if you are site admin, or are someone worried about statistics, or more specifically, what search engines are doing to your site, here’s a little tidbit of info for you. If you’ve been doing it for a while, you’re aware of “robots.txt” – a file you […]