Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Blog Test 1 2 3 Moving from Go Daddy to Blogger hosting test

This is a test blog that was introduced on June 22 from Trasente Dot Com. This blog could be used for ongoing technical discussions and / or business related topics. This topic will focus on direct interaction from me in publishing my first blog and will collect useful links and perspectives of how blog's are used along the way.

Lets get started!

Can we post a url back to the launching website here? http://www.trasente.com/
As a further test I also applied this link to the graphic in the top left corner which is now outlined in purple.


Here is a test paste from another random web link:

http://www.trasente.com/images/picasso189.jpg


as a picture link:






and a blog link:

http://science-community.sciam.com/forum.jspa?forumID=300001666


This is a test at a direct copy and paste of a graphic from another Windows application.



Looks like you can wrap text around the picture post's. Similar to that of web page HTML editor.

New Update 9/12/06 - Still playing with the blog thing a little bit. I think I have a much better understanding of how these work now. Seem to be an easy and effective means of administrating dynamic web content that changes a lot. This allows updates to content with no direct web site maintenance or html tagging required. It also allows for a quick way to allow multiple update from many users and administrates the publishing process, time stamping, content review, etc. I see now while these are becoming so popular and haw they can be used.

After some investigation, I found that the GoDaddy service did not have a link to the many RSS search feeds? They do not publish to any of the feed services and as such they are content unsearchable? This is a major malfunction to their offering as no one will find the content unless they specifically know where to look. What a marketing brain-fart! As usual their support is useless and rambles off some BS about updating the search engines directly which is of course not possible since the engines are updated by crawlers offline, anyways long story short, I am trying another hosting service to see how this one works.

More to follow ....

2 Comments:

At 6:40 PM, Blogger Sunyata said...

Jiddu Krishnamurti;

“There are three monks, who had been sitting in deep meditation for many years amidst the Himalayan snow peaks, never speaking a word, in utter silence. One morning, one of the three suddenly speaks up and says, ‘What a lovely morning this is.’ And he falls silent again. Five years of silence pass, when all at once the second monk speaks up and says, ‘But we could do with some rain.’ There is silence among them for another five years, when suddenly the third monk says, ‘Why can’t you two stop chattering?”


http://www.katinkahesselink.net/kr/jokes.html
http://jiddukrishnamurti.multiply.com/photos/album/1/Jiddu_Krishnamurti.
http://seaunaluzparaustedmismo.blogspot.com/

 
At 6:43 PM, Blogger Sunyata said...

Jiddu Krishnamurti;

“There are three monks, who had been sitting in deep meditation for many years amidst the Himalayan snow peaks, never speaking a word, in utter silence. One morning, one of the three suddenly speaks up and says, ‘What a lovely morning this is.’ And he falls silent again. Five years of silence pass, when all at once the second monk speaks up and says, ‘But we could do with some rain.’ There is silence among them for another five years, when suddenly the third monk says, ‘Why can’t you two stop chattering?”


http://www.katinkahesselink.net/kr/jokes.html
http://jiddukrishnamurti.multiply.com/photos/album/1/Jiddu_Krishnamurti.
http://seaunaluzparaustedmismo.blogspot.com/

 

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