New online blog reader from Google

Google continues to crank out new services, and the last one to launch is Google reader I have been a happy user of Bloglines for a good while, and it was nice to discover that it was easy to export my Bloglines reading list to an OPML-file and import it into the Google Reader. Google has also made it easy both to import and export the reading list, so trying it out will be of no risk. Still not sure if I like Bloglines way of showing posts grouped by

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Todays blog-to-visit: Overshadowed

If you, like me, like good photography, then you shouldn’t overlook overshadowed Overshadowed is the photoblog of Keith Kin Yan. Many of his recent photo entries in his blog are photos shot with Hasselblad and Yashica medium format cameras. There are also pictures taken by his Nikon D2H digital camera. (OK, I officially have equipment envy). The pictures are both from New York City and Hong Kong and showcase some incredible skills on lighting and framework. Especially the medium format pictures are breathtaking. Well worth a look for anyone interested

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Three years of blogging and not giving up

Today is the 3 year anniversary of my English blog. In three years I have been able to post 668 entries. Thats a little more than 1/2 an entry every day. In other words, all in all it hasn’t been the most active blog in the blogsphere. But it still has been able to function in many ways. Both as a voice in the Flash community while I was working in that field, as a voice for my own very strong opinions in politics as well as place for me

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The Register interviews a link spammer

If you own a blog, you have probably experienced it: Spammers who fill your comment sections with ads for Viagra, porn and gambling. Its the new nuisance of the web: Link spammers. The Register has gotten a hold of one of them, and bring us this informative interview: Interview with a link spammer So how and why do “link spammers” – as they generically call themselves – do it? Are they the same as the email spammers? What do they think of what they do, ethically? And what can stop

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RSS feeds and copyright

This dumb ass (also known as Martin Schwimmer of Trademark Blog, has a problem with Bloglines picking up his public RSS-feed and redistributing it. Because they might at some stage serve ads together with the content. For those of you unfamiliar with Bloglines; its an online feedreader that you can use to read most any feeds from any news source or blog on the net that has its own feed. Martin: I have the perfect solution: Stop publishing the feed. Its that simple. Crying about copyright problems when someone distributes

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