The New Stuff

Welcome Back Mark Pilgrim

Someone got the lights all mixed up over at Dive into Mark it appears Mark Pilgrm has returned to the blogosphere. For those of you who don’t know who Mark Pilgrim is. He is the somewhat controversial IBM staffer. It only seems right that ...

WordPress.com unveils unlimited blogs

I’ve had a couple of wordpress.com accounts and guess what its about as annonying as having 10 gmail accounts. We all have to go over and thank Matt Mullenweg and the rest of the Automattic staff for setting this up. If only Google would allow ...

9Questions with Chris Pearson

Bloggers in Kentucky went mainstream this week as one of the owners of The Blog Herald, and Blog Louisville Chris Pearson was featured in a news story in the Courier-Journal. Chris is one of our lead designers and has been hard at work working on a ...

Lycos and Qumana Partner up for bloggers

Lycos and Qumana, the desktop blogging client with contextual advertising integrated has unveiled a partnership. One of the things I really have enjoyed about Qumana is being able to recommend this to friends who use WordPress.com because this is ...

Singapore threatens political bloggers

Singaporeans who post political commentary on Web sites could face prosecution according to a recent report at ZDNet. Speaking in parliament, Senior Minister of State Balaji Sadasivan said anyone using the Internet to “persistently ...