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Current Issue (Issue 137)

Thought of the Week:- "If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door."
b2evolution:- http://b2evolution.net/index.php Open Source (825 KB). Platform Independent.

Weblog or blog is a frequently updated web site where an author regularly posts links to interesting articles or information available on the Net with his comments. The content gets automatically organised in the reverse chronological order i.e. the latest entry appears on top, followed by the immediate earlier one and so on. Instead of just publishing web links with some commentary, this technology can be used by business organisations/professionals to capture/share their knowledge. As anyone can easily post entries on a blog, it provides an opportunity for everyone in an organisation to publish his or her thoughts/tips/views. Here is one such software that can be used to publish and manage your own weblogs.

Multiple categories and sub-categories.

Display multiple blogs on same page.

Reader comments & feedback.

Paged browsing display (posts can be displayed by groups of 10 or whatever size you decide).

Browse by - Archives; Categories and sub-categories; Calendar.

Search by words (and/or) or sentence.

Post by post lang attribute support for multilingual blogs.

Display (high performance) wordcount for each post.

Assign multiple categories to each post.

Private/Protected status: hide posts from non identified members..

Trackback and/or pingback on edit.

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Site of the Week:- http://www.0spam.com/ Free Service.

0Spam.com is a free and very effective anti-spam service designed for POP E-mail accounts and also works with Yahoo and Hotmail accounts. Other anti-spam services generally use filters which don't filter out all the spam and even sometime filter out non-spam but 0Spam.com uses a whitelisting technique that safely removes spam from one or more inboxes. 0Spam.com is not a software program, nothing to download or install, and there is no need to change the way your E-mail accounts are currently setup. The service will send a mail back to sender to verify his/her addresses and after verification, it will add that address in your whitelist. Again, some keywords and domains can be added to whitelist.


That's all for this week. See you next week.

Madhuresh Singhal