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Software package for use with Radio Userland, including search, news aggregation, file uploader, and other tools.
A free weblog service that integrates weblogs and wiki features. Additional features include support for Google Maps and AJAX.
Hosts your podcast or blog for free. The site utilizes WordPress open source software and includes many features such as anti-spam tools and RSS feeds.
Personal content management assistant. Stores notes, ideas, and plans. Share ideas through Web journals and weblogs. Runs on Macintosh computers.
Free templates and tutorials for Xanga, MySpace, LiveJournal, and Blogger.
Conversions of free WordPress themes and CSS layouts to the Blogger platform.
Features include future dating for posts, an image gallery, syndication, and visitor statistics.
Offers a paid membership plugin that manages members, content and subscriptions using Paypal IPN subscriptions.
Blogs outside the norm in topic, design and/or structure. Preference given to anti-prohibition, anti-war, sex-positive writers.
Dotcom entrepreneur invests $250K in Swell app
Jason Calacanis is betting big on Swell, the five-month-old app that curates podcasts and news reports. The angel investor, who co-founded the blog network Weblogs Inc., the search engine Mahalo.com and the podcast network ThisWeekIn, announced Dec. 3 that he would invest $250,000 in the app.
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Joe Gandelman column: Martin Bashir crosses the line
Is it possible to go over the already distant line of acceptable discussion often nearly crossed by polarizing left and right talkers? MSNBC's Martin Bashir did in an incident that shows us how far American political 'debate' has sunk.