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    BlogThis, big deal

    Since I opened some time ago a blog in Blogger, and my Linux computer was out of order, I downloaded the Google toolbar, and set down to work with it.
    First of all: my Blogger blog was not up to date; I had to log in and update it. No big deal here. Then, I could finally use the "blog this" button. I went to the google toolbar itself, clicked on blog this, logged it to blogger, and I got a text slot with a link to the page I was in, and the title of the page.
    Big deal. I can do that with a couple of lines in JavaScript.
    However, I guess not everybody can do it, I guess... so it will make easier to blog to people that don't do it already. At least they will get curious about the phenomena.
    This subject still seems to be popular, but nobody seems to actually have used it. Some say they are testing it, at least.

    2003-07-05 00:46 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in

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