Category - On Blogs & Blogging
What happens to a blog when one wanders? Without a little attention, like a plant that needs water, a blog withers slowly. Yet unlike those less resilient plants, it still lives, albeit sedentary[ … ]
I posted this also on my WorldRider site, so if you’re reading both blogs, just a heads up! I thought I’d keep readers who’ve been Digital Tavern fans and not necessarily the[ … ]
Plus A Blogging Tip For WordPress Bloggers – Timing and Scheduling Blog Posts
I’ve been writing about blogs and blogging for ten years. Before “social media” evolved to its[ … ]
For Mac users that have upgraded to Lion and are using any web-based applications such as Basecamp, WordPress, Tungle or just about any webpage with a form, I’ve got a personal pet peeve.
I[ … ]
And those behind many of such tea parties efforts to make the current administrations efforts to move the economy, improve healthcare and fight the war on terror appear like "Bolshevik Plots," might[ … ]
Remember “The Digital Tavern“? This is the blog I started in 2002 before anyone knew blogs or blogging. There are seven years of my ramblings on music, wine, marketing, macintosh and of[ … ]
I almost forgot and let the week go by without thinking about it. It’s an important milestone for me. Actually this week marks two anniversaries of sorts. First it was 4 months ago this week[ … ]
Seems Doc is intrigued by the latest Palm Treo SmartPhone announcement. That is until he discovered the new Treo 700 would only be offered on the Verizon and Sprint Networks. Back in the day Verizon[ … ]
For the few hundred or so subscribers to The Digital Tavern, you've probably noticed that notifications for new posts have been sporadic at best. This is because Monsur of Bloglet seems to have[ … ]
I just got off the phone with my good friend Johnee Bee. I first met Johnee in 1987 just months after I opened the door of my advertising agency PRISCOMM. My then partner ironically sported the[ … ]
While traveling by motorcycle for the last 7 months from Alaska to Bolivia, I spent much of my free “internet” time writing and posting stories from the road. But I'd tune in to the[ … ]
It’s like coming back to your hometown and running into an old friend. While times has passed, the conversation, familiarity and common ground makes it seem like yesterday. That is time apart[ … ]
We're here. Never really went anywhere.
If you have tried to visit this site in the past few days you might have imagined something terrible happened to The Digital Tavern.
Did it go up in[ … ]
Coming off my post yesterday I must vent about my disappointment with my blogging software and host Radio Userland. It seems that for nearly a year I've been riddled with problems related to[ … ]
It appears that the Bloglet Digital Tavern updates are working again. You should’ve received an update in the wee hours of Sunday morning. I’m not sure why the service has been so[ … ]
Ok. I'm alive. And ready to begin blogging again. Tomorrow. And you should stay tuned. There's a good reason why I've been away from the keys of my PowerBook. The full story, details[ … ]
If you've purchased or sold anything on eBay more than a couple times you've probably run into eBay's rigorous security and SafeHarbor teams. Several months back I cleaned through my[ … ]
Ironically enough today Wired Magazine (online) published a story on Blogger Burnout — a nice follow up to my yesterday's post on dead blogs.
[…] bloggers contacted for this story[ … ]
Catching up on my usual suspects of bloggers and their recent posts I noticed that Joi blogged the fact that Technoroti has tracked it's 3 millionth blog – of course when I read his post[ … ]