Blogging

November 23, 2006

The Daily News FAQ from Community Server

The world of Telligent and Community Server is ever-changing.  Recently, Dave Burke has been working on a CS Daily News FAQ which would cull items from the Community Server Daily News blog and itemize them […]
November 7, 2006

Testing Blogmailr

This is my first test of Blogmailr, brought to us by Telligent: the makers of the awesome Community Server platform. I’ll have to see if this works just the way […]
September 27, 2006

Windows Live Writer Update

Microsoft just released an update to Windows Live Writer.  There are some great changes, including better support for tags, faster loading times, and some new plug-ins.  I’m […]
September 25, 2006

Weird Blogging Error…

Every now and then, for reasons that I have yet to pin down, when I make a blog post, it will be available for a few minutes, […]
September 6, 2006

Windows Live Writer Plug-ins

Windows Live Writer is turning out to be one of those tools that I can’t live without, much as I originally suspected. And it has been made even […]
August 28, 2006

Test Subject: I’m testing, testing! Yes, Indeed.

This is a test of a new blog autonaming CS Module that Jarda Jirava produced, based on a thread I started over at the Community Server forums. I know I’ve […]
August 15, 2006

My first blogging attempt with Windows Live Writer

Okay, so after reading about 5 different reviews on the joy and wonder of Windows Live Writer, I just had to go out and try it myself.   […]
August 14, 2006

Blogging, Blogging Everywhere

Microsoft has just released a beta of their new Blogging Tool that will work with Windows Live and any of the popular blogging services.  So far, Windows Live Writer […]
July 9, 2006

Flexing some Community Server Muscles

This is just a short post to test out the ability to cross-blog.  I’m going to be able to save lots of time by posting blogs […]
July 7, 2006

Blogging with Community Server

I have to admit that I am having lots of fun with this site make-over.     Yeah, yeah, let’s not talk about how long overdue it was.  […]