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Monday, August 07, 2006 

Blogging Improvements from Performancing.com

There is nothing in the news today that I wanted to post about, so I thought I'd give another site I visit occasionally a free plug.

Preformancing.com is a website authored by a series of bloggers who have special expertise on the subject of blogs and blogging. They've produced a couple of products to use specifically for
blogging, to include the one I used for this post. It is a plug (for Firefox only!) in that allows you to post to your blog directly from your internet browser... without visiting your blog's website.

So imagine you are scanning other blogs, or news sites, and you find yourself with something you'd like to post about. You no longer have to open a new window and begin the cut/paste process. You can blog that information you're reading in the same window pane that you're reading the information from. It comes with all the standard text editing functions of most blog
software, and is easy to use. The only problem I see with it is that it has no spell checker functionality, and if you're like me, that is a real problem. Thank goodness for Microsoft Word.

They have a plethora of other suggestions, tips, tricks and other information specifically geared towards bloggers and blogging. I suggest you pay them a visit.