Category Archives: Blogging

WordPress Vulnerability

There is an unspecified flaw in WordPress that could result in unspecified problems if exploited. I know that is rather hazy but the post on WordPress’ Development Blog simply says this: We have a pretty important release available for everyone, it includes an important security fix and it’s recommended that everyone upgrade. That is good […]

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PayPerPost and Performancing Deal Off

Nick announced on the Performancing site that the PayPerPost / Performancing Deal is off and Metrics will become Open Source. In Nick’s words: After much discussion, we’ve decided that the deal proposed by PayPerPost just isn’t right for us or our community. It’s regrettable that we should part ways as I still feel that Dan […]

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Blogsmith to Release Soon

Nick at The Webpreneur alerted us to an announcement about a new blogging software that will be hitting the ‘net soon. It appears that Blogsmith will be entering the blogosphere with their product designed to compete with PHP based WordPress and PERL based Movable Type. These “all-in-one” blogging packages have made it easy for anyone […]

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WordPress Vulnerability

I was reading Reaper-X’s blog yesterday when I came across the post about the latest WordPress vulnerability. Naturally, since we use WordPress, my ears perked up. As it stands, here is a description of the problem from the SecurityFocus web site: Attacker-supplied HTML and script code would execute in the context of the affected site, […]

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PayPerPost Aquires Performancing.com

PayPerPost (possibly trying to get in one last tax write-off this year) has shelled out some money for some of Performancing.com. Performancing has been around since 2005 and has quickly become a valuable resource for bloggers. PPP gets Performancing Metrics which is a free service tailored for bloggers to track visitor stats, including AdSense auditing, […]

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My Blog Log

First, a little housecleaning: In November, we posted about Yahoo! purchasing My Blog Log but actually that was wrong. Yahoo! is apparently in discussions with the owners of MBL and the deal has yet to be finalized. If they do make the purchase, that will be money well spent, IMO. If Yahoo! does not buy […]

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Write for the CCT Blog

Are you a “techie”? Do you love all things related to technology? Do you know what CPU stands for? Did you tell all of your friends when you got your Gmail invitation? If you answered yes to any of these questions (ummm… even if you answered “no”), we want you! (No, not like that…).We are […]

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