Blogging

Lomoblogging

I don’t own a Lomo (yet). But lomoblogging is, like, the coolest thing ever. Here’s something you can do with your Lomo camera if you have a weblog. MovableLomo, or how to build your own funky Lomo blog using Movable Type. This is a very funky Lomo blog. More Lomo blog links here.

Domain transfer woes

Network Solutions can be a real pain in the neck when it comes to domain registry transfer requests. Transfers away from them, that is (surprise, surprise). Firstly, by today’s standards they are expensive. Their annual registration rates have remained unchanged since the Stone Age, where they enjoyed monopoly rights. Which is why I see no …

Freedom to blog

We bloggers live dangerous lives. Indeed. People in America have been fired for blogging about their workplace, even if they don’t mention names of people or the company they’re working for. A blogger in Iran has been prosecuted for keeping a weblog, under false charges. But some do believe that Knowledge (b)logs can succeed at …

Weblogging to war

As you may have noticed, the war has taken on a new form: Weblogs. Not American blogs against Iraqi blogs but more collectively, pro-war blogs against anti-war blogs. [ Update: There was a debate between bloggers of both factions which you can read over at Truthlaidbear (pro-war) as well as at Nowarblog (obviously anti-war). Actually …