Monthly Archives: April 2005

XHTML Friends

XHTML Friends is a site doing some very interesting visualization of XFN data across the blogosphere, though it’s dataset is pretty new. Remember adding XFN info to anyone in your blogroll is simple as a couple of checkboxes, so you have no excuses! It would be great if XHTML Friends was the first service to suppor the “me” value for aggregating disparate identities. Some may have noticed that Technorati profiles now sport the “me” XFN value. I wonder why? 🙂

Ken Ham Blog

I tend to link to the more liberal organizations using WordPress because that’s what I hear about, but WP is becoming popular on all sides of the spectrum, which is fine by me. Stephen Steele wrote in that famous creationist Ken Ham has a blog now. He’s also video- and podcasting.

WordPress Theme Dissection

Dissection of a WordPress theme walks you through the default, step by step by step, available in Part 1 and Part 2. I hope the everyone writing these great guides considers moving them to the Codex at some point so they can live on as lasting and shared resource for the community..