Blogs are more permanent than posts to an online discussion list, more dynamic than older-style pages. They are more personal than traditional journalism, and definitely more public than diaries. A blog is often a mixture of what is happening in the life of a person and what is happening on the Web, a kind of hybrid diary site. Therefore, there are so many unique types of blogs as there are people. Blogs enable interaction and invite others to reward the creative efforts of a person with feedback. They weave new social networks, introducing people with common passions. Another reason why it should start blogging is dissemination of "micro-opinions" important to a small audience? opinions that would never do in newspapers. Weblogs, ultimately, are the rebels of the online world.
Two of his greatest strengths are their ability to filter and disseminate information to a widely dispersed audience, and their position outside the mainstream main means of mass communication. The XHTML family can accommodate extensions through XHTML modules and techniques for developing new XHTML compliant modules. These modules permit the combination of feature sets, existing and new content development and design of new user agents. With so many different ways to access the Internet, the XHTML family is designed keeping in mind the general user agent interoperability. Document through the profiling mechanism, servers, proxies and user agents are able to create the best effort content transformation.
This language is both RSS and XML compliant. Content can be easily viewed, edited and validated with standard XML tools. XHTML documents can utilize applications (eg scripts and applets) that depend on both the HTML Document Object Model or the XML Document Object Model. InstBlog InstBlog appeared as a result of two things: answer the simplest possible way to maintain a weblog, and test the very cool Perl MSN IM client. InstBlog functions as follows: it runs in the background on a computer with Internet access. With its own Passport identification it is constantly connected to the MSN Instant Messenger service. OpenJournal OpenJournal is a completely Web-based interface. Software Features include: automated file creation, automatic update rate, editing of all files through a Web-based interface; entries with or without titles and time available, automated archiving based on a weekly format or monthly. All done through ordinary text files and no additional perl modules are needed to run it. Basically, the software allows users to keep an online journal, customize and configure. Everyone had to do after installation is to write to him from time to time. BlogBack commenting system which requires no server installation. Enetation? Free hosted commenting system BloggerBot AIM client for Blogger. Free PHP dotcomments a system based on a review for use in Blogger and supported by other weblogs. Christos Varsamis is an Internet marketing consultant and publisher of &