Many weeks back after much deliberation, I decided to give CloudFlare a shot. As they describe themselves... CloudFlare protects and accelerates any website online.
Google Drive offers you up to 5Gb free space for storage. I currently have most of that vacant since I have my important files backed up on Dropbox and Mozy. Hence have been considering of using this free space to save remote backups of my sites.
Small business owners have special considerations when looking for a company to host their website. Is the web host dependable? Are their prices affordable?
Are you constantly sharing files with your friends, site visitors etc? If so, then you already familiar with Rapidshare, Mediafire, DivShare and other file sharing sites. However, uploading to a single file sharing service has its negative points.
Do you want to share videos or photos with your friend? One option is send all your files via email. The result is clogged inboxes and a good likelihood that emails may bounce or land in spam.
Google's Picasa is a beautiful software and has complete integration with Picasa Web Albums. On the other hand, finding a good tool for Flickr has been a real pain. I have a pro account at Flickr and I love the service and prefer it anytime to Picasa Web.
Jeffro raised a point of reformating your blog for WordPress 2.7. I've been blogging with WordPress since late 2003 and have been the blog software go through tonnes of upgrades.
BlogFlat is a new hosting site aimed to provide quality blogging services for everyone for free. It is powered by WordPress MU. From the about page, here is what you can get: Your own subdomain (name .
DivShare, the free file hosting site did come with a bang. It did expand quickly due to its easy integration with WordPress as well as Facebook. However, four days back, in a post at DNForum, DivShare has been put up for sale.
The WordPress Blog announced the release of the official Plugin Directory. Currently the primary place I use to look for plugins is WP-Plugins.net.