Tech blogs are back

I just finished reading my feeds today and there are a TON of great blogs out there — I probably put about 100 items on my link blog. I wish I could put Widgets on my blog cause Google Reader now has a little Widget that lets you put the latest 10 items in a box on your blog (WordPress.com, the blog host I use, blocks most of them).

Author: Robert Scoble

Scoble gives you a front-row seat on the future. Especially on platforms that use the fourth user interface, spatial computing, like virtual reality or mixed reality that will come soon thanks to his own front-row seat as entrepreneur in residence at UploadVR.com and his past experience as futurist at Rackspace. Best place to find Scoble? On his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scobletechnology/

Comments

  1. You can use a RSS widget in WordPress. In the WordPress Dashboard/admin go to Presentation > Sidebar Widgets, then add a new RSS widget. Use the RSS feed URL from your Google Reader shared page. For example mine is:
    http://www.google.com/reader/public/atom/user/09125226913164016368/state/com.google/broadcast

    I did this on my blog. See “What I’m reading” in my sidebar:
    http://projecthtpc.wordpress.com/

    I also did the samething with Twitter (What I’m doing in my sidebar) although since its performance has been slow my tweets haven’t been showing up regularly.

  2. You can use a RSS widget in WordPress. In the WordPress Dashboard/admin go to Presentation > Sidebar Widgets, then add a new RSS widget. Use the RSS feed URL from your Google Reader shared page. For example mine is:
    http://www.google.com/reader/public/atom/user/09125226913164016368/state/com.google/broadcast

    I did this on my blog. See “What I’m reading” in my sidebar:
    http://projecthtpc.wordpress.com/

    I also did the samething with Twitter (What I’m doing in my sidebar) although since its performance has been slow my tweets haven’t been showing up regularly.

  3. The best solution I found to WordPress 2.1 stripping Javascript is to install Otto’s ScriptEnabler Plugin (http://ottodestruct.com). Simple and works a charm.

    The programmer hasn’t got anything about this on his website, but I found instructions and a copy of the plugin here. http://www.lifeaftercoffee.com/2007/02/26/put-javascript-in-your-wordpress-posts-with-script-enabler/

    I hope this helps, because it seems lots of people have been battling with this problem.

  4. The best solution I found to WordPress 2.1 stripping Javascript is to install Otto’s ScriptEnabler Plugin (http://ottodestruct.com). Simple and works a charm.

    The programmer hasn’t got anything about this on his website, but I found instructions and a copy of the plugin here. http://www.lifeaftercoffee.com/2007/02/26/put-javascript-in-your-wordpress-posts-with-script-enabler/

    I hope this helps, because it seems lots of people have been battling with this problem.

  5. Robert, almost any other WordPress based provider will allow javascript plugins. WordPress.com has a religious aversion to them – change now and be happy.

  6. Robert, almost any other WordPress based provider will allow javascript plugins. WordPress.com has a religious aversion to them – change now and be happy.

  7. Aah – Usenet – now that takes me back – not as far as MUDs tho 🙂

    Robert – any chance you could add my site to your shared reader?

    Thanks!

  8. Aah – Usenet – now that takes me back – not as far as MUDs tho 🙂

    Robert – any chance you could add my site to your shared reader?

    Thanks!