Essential Blogging

Essential Blogging Anyone Can Run A Blog An Online Journal From Personal Diaries To Political Commentary And Technology Observations, Bloggers Are Making Their Voices Heard Around The World Essential Blogging Helps You Select The Right Blogging Software For Your Needs And Show How To Get Your Blog Up And RunningYou Ll Learn The Ingredients Of A Successful Blog, And Then Get Detailed Installation, Configuration And Operation Instructions For The Leading Blogging Software Blogger, Radio Userland, Movable Type, And Blosxom After Showing You How To Acquire, Set Up, And Run These Leading Software Packages, Essential Blogging Takes You Through The Advanced Features, So That By The Time You Finish, You Ll Be Up And Blogging With The Best Of Them Essential Blogging Covers The Important Components Of A Blog And A Blog Post Installing And Configuring The Tools A Survey Of Desktop Blogging Clients Advice And Experience From Real World Bloggers Hosted Blogging With Blogger And Blogger Pro Desktop Blogging With Radio Userland Server Blogging With Movable Type Posting, Editing, And Deleting Blog Entries Adding Pictures To Blog Entries Syndicating Your Stories With RSS Consuming RSS Feeds With Radio Userland Customizing The Appearance Of Your Blog With Templates Managing And Customizing Archives Of Blog Entries Adding Comments To Your Blog Self Hosting Your Blog Vs Using A Blog Hosting Service Going Under The Hood With The Blosxom Blogging System Written By Prominent Bloggers And Authors Of Blogging Tools, Essential Blogging Is A No Nonsense Guide To The Technology Of Blogging

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[Ebook] ➩ Essential Blogging By Cory Doctorow –
  • Paperback
  • 262 pages
  • Essential Blogging
  • Cory Doctorow
  • English
  • 04 September 2017
  • 9780596003883

10 thoughts on “Essential Blogging

  1. says:

    I should preface this review by pointing out that this book was published back in 2002, back before social networking and before blogging went mainstream In fact, the book was written and released before Google bought Blogspot and before WordPress was even launched, both of which happened in 2003.Sure, the authors are all active in the blogosphere in some way or another, and they explain things with relative simplicity, considering you have to mess around with cgi scripts and command lines It s just that it s no longer relevant, and unfortunately this is an example of a book that hasn t aged I still have big respect for the writers, particularly Cory Doctorow.Saying that, there are a lot of typos, and that s part of the reason for its low score I d be inclined to forgive it if it was error free, but the Blogging Voices chapter at the end had clearly been copied and pasted from e mails with little to no copy editing I have met people because of my weblog, even I got my present job because of it, for example Or You can find related informationat the fog density you feel comfortable , or ask the author a question Still, worth a read if you re interested in the history of blogging But not, if not.

  2. says:

    So much has changed with blogging tools since this was written, but it was nice to flip through and I did get some suggestions and insights out of it that will change the way I go about blogging.

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