Braindump: Social media advice for events (January 20, 2010, 0) - If this is something you’re attending:
Figure out the hashtag people are using to talk about the event on Twitter. Share what you’re looking forward to, connect with people who are going, and start the conversation.
Blog about the event, linking to the site and to other people who are talking about it. Connect with other people
No-host trackbacks (November 21, 2003, 0) - http://brutalhugs.com/trackback/
Maybe I can use this to add trackbacks and comments to my semi-static
Oh, but they’re capped at 25 accounts. Tough.
Sharing Google Docs: One link to edit, one link to view (December 30, 2013, 0) - Lots of people posted tips in the Google Helpouts Discuss community, but the tips were getting lost in the stream of messages. I decided to pull out the tips, rewrite them for clarity, and organize them by topic. I didn’t want to be the keeper of the document, though – no sense in my being
WordPress: Make a sequence of posts easier to navigate with Organize Series (February 26, 2014, 0) - You might have a lot to say, but you don’t want to overwhelm the readers of your blog. It’s a good idea to break up your posts into several shorter ones. That way, people don’t have to scroll through an intimidating 10,000-word post. Sequences help with that. Write several blog posts and link them up
I want trackback (October 18, 2004, 0) - I really want trackback support. I think I will need some kind of
crazy PHP hack to get that to work.
I am primarily interested in making it easy for people to link to my
site and have their excerpts displayed on a separate page. Any ideas?
Something that works with an RSS feed might be good.