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Various internet new services monitored by The Blog Herald are reporting that Google is to introduce a Blog Search engine along a similar path to the splitting off of usenet groups upon their purchase of dejanews some years ago
TypePad, from Six Apart, creators of the popular MovableType blogging software is nearing completetion with increased media interest prior to launch.
TypePad promises to bring the power and performance of MovableType, the favoured blogging software of The Blog Herald, to the masses in an online, blogger-like paid service.
blogherald.com> Welcome to The Blog Herald, the internets newest resource on the topic of web logs and blogging. We will strive to provide the latest and best news and views on the world of blogging from the Blog Herald and external sources.
Blogherald.com> The Blog Herald today called for contributors to the newly launched Blogherald.com website.
from blogger.com> As was reported widely, and we announced on the Blogger home page last week, Pyra Labs, the company behind Blogger, was recently acquired by Google. Understandably, we’ve been getting a lot of questions about what this means for Blogger and Blogger users. Below, we’ve put together some initial answers to many of the biggest questions. More info will be available as we figure it out. Thanks for your support as we transfer into this next exciting phase.
—The Blogger Team
from xml.com> The goal of this article is to demonstrate the use of XQuery to accomplish a routine, yet interesting task; in particular, to render an HTML page that merges RSS news feeds from two different weblogs. RSS has earned its popularity by allowing people to easily share news among and between web sites. And for almost any programming language used on the Web, there is a good selection of libraries for consuming RSS.
from radio.userland.com> New feature: Mail-From-Aggregator. Some people like to read the news that the aggregator gathers in email. This can be useful if you travel a lot, or want to share news with a group of people who may not use Radio.
more fun with mt, next two posts for testing purposes only