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XHTML Friends Network hyperlink protocol for blogs and blogrolls.
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Radio station employees post mainly about current happenings and entertainment.
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Personal design musings of Tim Knight mainly covering Movable type tutorials and other blogging help.
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CyberJournalist.net: A Bloggers' Code of Ethics
Created a model Bloggers' Code of Ethics, by modifying the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics for the weblog world.
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ISSN for Weblogs
How to sign up your weblog for an International Standard Serial Number, adding it to the standardized worldwide encyclopedia of periodicals.
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For blogs which have been listed and claimed at the fantasy stock market game site, BlogShares.
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Life Begins At 40
For bloggers over the age of 40.
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Dev4Press
Golden Dragon Webstudio is a free and premium plugins provider.
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Provides free templates, hacks, and generator tools.
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Free weblog host with a community aspect.
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