Blogging Tools 2003/11

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A list of tools that can be used for blogging.

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Crucial thinking about intranets

Jack points to this article about developments on the intranet front by Gerry McGovern. Emphasis so far is on Management buyin and support being supercritical to the success of any serious intranet effort. I think this applies regardless of how big or small the organization is.

I think this is even more critical if you are going to add social networking tools like blogs and wikis that are different into the intranet space.

I am interested in experiences that people have had introducing Wiki and Blogs into the intranet space. If anyone has a secret hoard of experience /reports from the front lines, please post them in the comments. I'll summarize them here.

Source: Knowledge Jolt with Jack
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Tools for the Webbed World

As I travel around the real world and the blogosphere (which is really real ...?) I often see others using cool tools. So here are some recent finds.

posted at 12:31:44    #

PyCS Search and PyDS

I've discovered that Python Community Server has a search feature! Cool, but I need to get my PyDS instances to send the content up to the indexer. Anyone have any idea how to do this?

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Diego is at it again ... part two: syndication

Quick run over and read Diego's continued Intro To Weblogs - Part Deux, Syndication. Really, go read it now, its good!

Source: d2r
posted at 10:18:24    #

Fantastic Weblogging Intro

Dave Winer's catch of the day is Diego Doval's comprehensive introduction to weblogging. The post does a great job of bringing together a his own thoughts ( checkout 'Is blogging dangerous?' answer 'Yes. Most definitely. And addictive, too. :-)') as well as a huge list of links to other people's work explaining the concepts and utilities of trackback, comments, etc.

I did notice that he doesn't include a reference to the Python Communinity Server and Python Desktop Server / bzero combination. They are not nearly as popular as, but should perhaps be included as an option when discussions Radio Userland.

Check back as he has indicated he might add some comments on syndication to round it out. This is going to be the my standard answer to 'what is this weblogging all about?' ... go read Diego ...

Source: Scripting News
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