Blogger turned eight on Friday and to celebrate the event Video Upload has been enabled yesterday. You can now easily upload and embed videos within your posts.
I wish I could say I was in this state right now, considering the lack of updates out here. But, the reason is that I am busy with MBA. Anyone like to write for me?
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), a very effective thing for a site / blog these days. They give you the chance to be completely consistent with the look and feel of your pages, while giving you much more control over the layout and design than straight HTML ever did. The speed of your site also depends on your CSS, the complex the code, the slower is the site.
Just two days back, Duncan wrote an interesting article on how becoming a professional blogger is a lot more difficult today that it was a few years back. I totally agree with his point of view. There are quite a few people making money through blogging, with some only through blogging.
MSNBC reports the California Supreme Court ruled Monday that bloggers and participants in Internet bulletin board groups cannot be sued for posting defamatory statements made by others. The decision was given in the case against Ilena Rosenthal, a women’s health activist, who created an e-mail list and a newsgroup to discuss issues related to breast implants, where she posted a letter by a man critical of Dr. Terry Polevoy.
Mark from Weblog Tools Collection has announced a Blogging Essay. The winner receives $150 and the runner up $50. There are a simple set of rules to be followed: 1000 words or more.
Blog Herald is looking to hire bloggers and columnists for their blog. You can apply by sending an email to jobs [at] blogmedia [dot] biz with at least one writing sample fit to post at The Blog Herald. Bloggers are expected to post 20-50 times monthly while columnists generally once or twice each week.