Update I missed this, but Donncha has already taken care of this request 🙂 For those new to WordPress, in versions 1.5.x and below a nice feature for creating teasers was available while posting.
For those who aren’t aware, PhotoBucket is a free image hosting service in the likes of Flickr. They have just upgraded the free services provided to users. You now have a free storage of 50MB and free bandwidth of 2500MB/month which should be more than enough for free users.
While you still can’t edit your templates here at WordPress.com the WP.com FAQ suggests a good method to add images to the sidebar using the Link Manager.
I had written a while back about Web 2.0. As with anything new a debate rages on as to how good or bad or effective is the term Web 2.
Associated Press reports that a High School has ordered school children to remove their personal blogs to protect themselves from cyberpredators. This ofcourse has raked up a controversy with blogging community crying lack for free speech while others crying protection. Well, like I said before privacy and blogging is all upto you.
This FAQ states that in the near future you may use your very own domain with your WordPress.com blog. This will come as a nominal yearly cost.
Have seen a lot of Flock the past few days and decided to investigate. For those who don’t know yet, Flock is a new browser based on Firefox. Wasn’t really into downloading it until I saw Matt’s post which got me interested.
Lately I’ve come across a lot of persons asking me about the privacy of blogging. Others tell me that they seem to know a lot about me by reading my personal blog even without meeting me. This led me to actually evaluate the privacy of having your own blog.
WordPress.com now gives you the option of importing your posts from your blog at Blogger.com Blogger is a blogging service offered by Google.
Splog is short for a “Spam Blog”. This is a blog with absolutely no useful information made for targeting search engines. Most of the slogs I have seen gather their content automatically usually gathering that from other sites by robbing their feeds or by random generation of content.