God I love sundays!

Woops I first spelled it sundaes! :. And that was correct too! :))

Actually, the cool thing about sundays is that the day before is Saturday... and that gives beta testers a lot of time to test b2evolution!

I sure wasn't expecting that much positive response from all over the world today!

This is really nice! Thank you all for your support. I'm working on rolling out a release ASAP! ;)

Coding vs. Blogging :(

I have been realizing lately... it is very hard to blog while you code :(

Guess what? I have been coding like mad for the last week! :>> Reminded me of high-school days :))

Clean permalinks on the way

Okay, as I have said before, permalinks should point to single posts. I have implemented this into b2evolution today.

New permalinks look like http://fplanque.net/Blog/devblog/2003/05/20/p201. They link to a single post, including its comments, trackbacks and pingbacks.

I also took the opportunity to make them look cleaner using URL extra path info instead of a querystring. Later, I will also remove the post-number at the end and replace it with something more significant and less "crufty" as mpt would say [broken link]! ;)

Quote of the day - Crazy

"7 out of 10 voices in my head say I'm not crazy!"

-Anonymous

Google & BlogNoise: an advertiser's perspective

Ray Ozzie writes [link gone]:

Scoble says [link gone] Google is getting a lot of pressure from its advertisers to push down weblogs, who might lower their search result rankings. This seems counterintuitive to me. By diluting the commercial effectiveness of the first N search results, don't blogs actually increase the value of Sponsored Links?

=>I guess advertisers don't believe in color boxed sponsored links themselves! :>>

By the way, Robert Scoble [link gone] mentions this about advertisers:

The fact that when you search for "NEC Tablet" and you find me, for instance, might really piss off NEC. Since NEC advertises on Google, [...]

=> It seems to me that Microsoft are the ones playing this one the smartest way again: they send info, demo, invitations, etc. to bloggers in order to try and get positive "independant" press on high-visibility blogs! Evil but smart! :>