What Dave’s code does – I think, it’s not really explained – is use the Flickr API to grab the largest-available resolution image for anything which crops up in the RSS feed. This means it’s more likely to look pretty good on an HDTV. Given that the resolution of 1080p is 1920×1080 – and most […]

Estimates vary by company size and how one defines a blog, but somewhere between 13 and 27 percent of Japanese companies used blogging software in 2006. By contrast, less than 10 percent of the Fortune 500 had blogs last year, according to Fortune magazine Technology Review: Blogs: Jason Pontin’s blog: The Japanese Model

Don’t trust people who want to teach you how to become like them and try to keep you with them. Trust people who push you away and encourage you to follow your own path and face your demons. Livia Iacolare » Blog Archive » Make money with your blog: what Darren Rowse didn’t tell you