Link Tips: 21 October 2007

By Daniel Scocco
  • Evolution of Popular Blogs: The article compares the current design of some popular blogs with how they looks in the past. Daily Blog Tips was included.

  • Press Release Sites: Mashable compiled a list with more than 20 Press Release sites and services across the Internet.
  • Webmasters Survey: A List Apart conducted a survey with 33,000 webmasters. The topics ranged from salary levels to education to blogs.
  • Productivity Tools: Extensive list with tools that are supposed to boost your productivity, from email to instant messaging.
  • Separate the Trackbacks: Interesting post explaining how you can separate the trackbacks from the normal comments on your WordPress blog.



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    11 Responses to “Link Tips: 21 October 2007”

    • Bill

      Thanks for the links, Dan. I generally like reading about how websites evolve and are being compared to themselves in the past. Great find!

    • Sean P. Aune

      I was the author of the Mashable press release list. As a very faithful reader of your blog, I am quite honored to have written something you found useful!:)

    • Kyle Eslick

      Daniel,

      Thanks for mentioning my post! Love your daily tips!

    • Domtan

      Daniel,

      Thanks for including us in your Reader Tips. It’s an honor!

    • Courtney TURTLE

      The collection of PR sites is great…I have been looking for something like this. If only there was one for the best “second-tier” social networking sites.

    • Sergio

      thanks for the post !!!

    • –Deb

      Great links–I love the evolutionary one. It’s like looking at baby pictures of celebrities and being able to see what they’re going to grow up to be (grin). Now I’m off to read the link about separating the trackbacks from the comments, which sounds really interesting….

    • CompuWorld

      I did read the separate the trackbacks articles and it was really a necessary one for me..

      I implemented it and in 5 minutes my comments were separated from trackbacks..

      it looks so clean now..

    • Dawid Michalczyk

      🙂 This one made me laugh out loud:

      “Productivity Tools: Extensive list with tools that are supposed to boost your productivity, from email to instant messaging.”

      I’m thinking of the “are supposed to”. The thing is, there are so many tools that look good on the outset until you start using them and then you find out that you are better off without them.

      Good links anyway.

    • TipsoSaurus

      hey loved the press release and productivity tools links.
      Others are also good but its just that I’ve read them already 😀

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