BlogJet is a commercial blog client for Windows. And I made this and previous posts using this software. Hmmm. BlogJet is much better than BlogDesk one…. But I still need to edit the post after posting is done. Where are papagraph styles? Where are h1 h2 h3 h4 etc… ?? Where is real WYSIWYG editor? Where is image properties editing after I inserted it? Where human-readable image naming (check this out – in previous post image on my HDD named arch-enemy-2007-rise-of-the-tyrant-promo.jpg became some kind of non-seo non-human non-anyone set of letters)?
Author may talk about money, work to be done, “how he make controls that were snatched by microsoft”, and some mental shit, but I must say one thing. BlogJet is crap. Just like BlogDesk. Please note that BlogDesk is free to use, when BlogJet’s author wants $39.95. I’ll put them both in one place – and it will be /dev/null.
The official site says
Blog editor on steroids.
Now better than ever.
1. Remember, kids, steroids are bad. And this piece of binary crap proves it.
2. If this is better than ever – what’s bad?
3. Why 2.0? Did you anything for it? NO! It must be 1.99 – and so on – 1.100, 1.101.
Angela Gossow – Vocals
Michael Amott – Guitars
Christopher Amott – Guitars
Sharlee D’Angelo – Bass
Daniel Erlandsson – Drums
And what we have here?
Very clear and powerful sound, big respect to Angela and both Amotts and other guys.
As band’s fan #1 – I downloaded a copy. Forgive me, but I can’t wait so long…
And I was surprised – the sound is clear, no promo “beeps”… Those beeps became a sorta sound-garbage, “klack klack” in the background… I think guys must protect their promo materials heavily… You can download no beeping version of the Rise of the Tyrant from some torrent resource or from e-mule network.
Now I’ll wait September 24th to buy the album – it’s really must-have one!
Today I’ll test a software called BlogDesk. Here is their icon , and here is their web-site.
BlogDesk is the offline weblog client, features WYSIWYG editor, ImageWizard, Thumbnails creator etc. For example I inserted a program’s screenshot, and as you can see, thumbnail generation works wery well 😉 Seems I’ll try to use it for more time, maybe it’s an editor-of-my-dreams….
Seems like BlogDesk is crap. I edited all the links and srcs. Without editing – they all was pointed to “file:// ” (i.e. to my local hard drive).
Now I don’t know if I try this toy anymore.
Second step – it’s use of Simple Trackback Validation plugin by Michael Woehrer.
Many spam messages is come through trackbacks.
This plugin eliminates spam trackbacks by:
Plug has options page. Everything seems pretty good – and again – wait for more info.
Many people wanna know, what happened to the daily show. And know what? I know that they do from my web-server’s logs.
So I must answer fairly – I don’t know. I really do not have any idea, what happened to the daily show.
That’s the answer 🙂
I hate 404s. I use awstats to watch my logs, and I hate when it shows some 404s…
I can tolerate some virus-generated URLs but when I see this “/feed%3Ahttp%3A//eyedmax.com/feed/“or search bot asking me for robots.txt or favicon.ico (and I haven’t one) – I can blow up.
My advices to all webmasters are following:
Don’t trouble Google ’till Google troubles you!
I’ve been thinking of getting post done (about smart MySQL sorting techniques), but when I logged on….
A bunch of spam comments – about meds, about autos, about porn (of course) and all the bloody stuff around this bloody world…
So – I proclaim the War Against SPam (WASP).
The first step in WASP strategy – it’s a set of plugins. I’ll try some, and you’ll be informed about the hostilities.
First in the line will be Math Comment Spam Protection Plugin by Michael Woehrer. You can see its output under the comment form. Also I use the aggressive digits naming – like thr33 or f1ve
At least I found this album! Sexepil – it’s a Hungarian alternative rock band, even post-punk, I think.
|3||Nobody Is An Island||4:06|
|7||Once Upon A Time In The East (Intro)||1:04|
|10||Flash From Heaven||3:05|
|13||Garden Of Eden||2:39|
I found it in e-mule network.