More links, more fun, and some tools for your blogging enjoyment.
SemioLogic: WordPress is a wonderful tool, but if you’re looking for a CMS, by itself WordPress just isn’t enough. The SemioLogic WordPress plugin turns your blogging software into more of a content management system, allowing you to set up both static content sites and dynamic content sites from your WordPress install. As of this writing, version 3.2 for WP 2.0 just came out, so go ahead and try it out.
Pizza Guy Delivery Stories: It seems the more your job forces you to deal with people, the stranger the stories are you’re able to tell. This collection of stories comes from pizza delivery drivers all over the country. If you’ve ever worked customer service or tech support (or in delivery, for that matter) you’ll enjoy this set of tales and not feel bad at all for these people, because you’ve been through similar, if not the same. Funny, funny stuff.
How Readable is Your Site?: If you run a website (likely a blog) then you’d probably be interested in seeing how readable your site is. This tool will help you figure out if you’re writing for the masses or if you’re better off saving your words for top secret government. Overall, my site’s just a bit more complicated than Mark Twain, but less so than TV Guide. Still, some posts should have been academic papers instead.
HUGE list of linux commands. On one page: This page just warms my command line-lovin’ heart: it’s a massive collection of a buttload of Linux commands, with a short explanation of each one, organized alphabetically within sections. (This link provided to you by Digg.)
If you have any seriously interesting links you think readers should know about (no cas1n0 or p)rn sites, please), drop me a line in the comments section.