My wife has a blog. we use it to share photos of our daughter with our friends. rather than mail a dozen 1meg images to 30 or 50 people, we post them, and send an email saying "new photos published". Then, people can look at them when they have time, or ignore them.
[geek]we're using it to implement a pull method, instead of a push method, of our publisher/subscriber pattern.[/geek]
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors
Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger: You don't understand blogging yet you'll come into MD and discuss meaningless crap in a public forum?
Say thanks to me that heading was not "I have doubt about blogging"
R K Singh
Joined: Oct 15, 2001
Originally posted by Angela Poynton: I have two blogs. One public on www.angelapoynton.com One private - NOBODY but me reads it.
I use Blogger.com which gives you the option to make a blog public or not.
Thanks Angela, let me try to make blog private..
Correct me If I am not wrong that what I know is that by making blog private it would not only display the blog address to the public. But if someone knows the URL of your blog then he can certainly view your blog. Is it correct ??
Joined: Mar 02, 2000
I've actually just moved my blog to typepad.com (nothing again blooger, it just didn't have some features I wanted to use) and you can password protect your blog there. Maybe you can on Blogger, I can't remember to be honest.