Tag Archives: YALB

Self Musings

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With Yet Another Linux Blog silently turning 4 years old this past December, I began to examine what I’ve posted over the years and have tried to take a step back to examine what I’ve accomplished here…first, from a design perspective.  Please understand that these links go to the internet archive so they may take […]

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Switched to WordPress

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I’ve migrated to wordpress from serendipity. You may notice a few comments have been lost in the migration. However, not much else should be missing. I’ll continue to work on a custom theme for the site during the next week or so. I may write up a “reasons why I switched” article as well and […]

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How do YOU Plug Your Blog to Web 2.0?

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I’ve been drastically neglecting a few areas of my blog.  The main one is plugging it into social networks.  I’ve been using things like twitter, pownce, and stumbleupon…but I haven’t truly plugged my blog into these services. Now there are so many…I don’t even know how to plug them all in Which services are most […]

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YALB – A Look Back after Three Years

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Quietly and without fanfare, Yet Another Linux Blog has reached the ripe old age of 3 years. I started it small and hosted at home during May of 2004. Back then it was hosted on a domain called fatalfame.org (since expired). In December 2004, I switched domains to linuxblog.sytes.net and switched to Serendipity for blogging […]

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Update your RSS Feeds…

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I’ve decided to add a feedburner feed. Currently, I don’t even know how many subscribers I have to Yet Another Linux Blog and I’d like to know because it’s not a bad service. It’s always interesting to find out if anyone is actually out there reading. So please visit the page in the next few […]

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Clarity on the Linux Desktop

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There’s been some confusion as of late via emails and comments on other blogs about YALB that I would like to “dumb down” linux to try to reach the masses. I’d like to take a little time to clarify exactly what I think of the Linux Desktop and the directions it is taking. I’ve worked […]

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