Here in the United States, the most important part of the year is upon us. In fact, the most important part of the year is not Christmas (well not for Christmas’ sake, anyway). It’s not the Fourth of July. It’s not Thanksgiving Day (Again, it partially is because of typical post-banquet festivities which include pigskins and gridirons). No, the most important time of the year in the United States is the beginning of football season.
Training camps started for most of the NFL teams this past week and bloggers are covering their team camps nicely. Here are some links from around the league: read more
For those of you in political blogging circles, you may know Paul from the popular conservative (non-U.S. readers read: right-wing) political blog Wizbang. Wizbang began with humble beginnings in April of 2003 and has been somewhat of a force since then.
The last thing Web 2.0 needs is a cheerleader, but it has one. in Mike Arrington, our ninth bastard of the blogs. A shout out goes to Blogebrity, who also thought that we should see Mike’s legs in a cheerleader uniform.
Been traveling the last few days down in the Southeastern United States for a client and having a love-hate relationship with the 100+ degree heet combined with the glorious 100% humidity. But at least there’s Chick-Fil-A.
Couple interesting discussions going on out there:
MovableType officially launched MT 3.3 today (somehow I thought they had already done this but perhaps it was a beta release), and the enhancements are rather underwhelming from my reading of it. I feel like this is a browser war all over again, but really, MT is not offering anything “new” to the blogging world with this release. In fact, WordPress has had the capability of these announced changes for quite some time now: read more