Opening a site is easy, right? Well, not exactly. It really depends on what kind of site you wish to open.
Before anything else, potential site owners must know what exactly he or she wants to achieve in opening one. Although many approach it in a trial and error method and somehow found their way in the system, it is still best to have a pretty good idea of the path one intends to take . This way there will be less error in anticipated areas and more effort can be exerted on areas where attention should be given.
A site can be opened with the barest knowledge in programming and technological tinkering largely due to the “ready-made” packages of many free platforms. Almost everything is covered by step-by-step direction in a manner that is quite friendly to newbies and still helpful to the more experienced ones. The information one needs to have is found all over the Internet that there is actually no excuse for not being able to open a simple site.
It is a good idea though to learn more about scripting languages so that site owners can tweak their sites to achieve a certain degree of personalizing that will still stand apart from the generic format. Opting to use a free platform will more or less cover the bases for the owner in almost all aspects. In time, site owners can choose to explore other options which will give them more control over their sites.
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Disney is one of the biggest companies in the world. It has a lot of different interests that make it the largest companies in the entertainment industry. But it’s surprising to know that despite being a huge company, Disney is not at the forefront of some emerging technological trends. For example, Disney didn’t have a blog for its parks, one of its biggest money making ventures.
Finally, though, the company has wised up. It recently announced the creation of a new blog for Disney Parks. The new Disney Parks blog is the newest kid on the blogging block and it looks like it is going to be a promising new addition to the blogosphere. Expect to see informative posts from the leaders in the field of amusement parks (a big business worldwide), a great social networking feature where you can participate in forums (moderated, of course). You’ll also get standard features like an RSS feed and permalinks. Of course, you can expect PR fluff from the site as well. But It’s a small price to pay for a blog that will finally give us the latest news on one of Disney’s most well known ventures.
Watch any kind of law enforcement show — whether it be a documentary type show or one of those fictional cop shows that are quite entertaining and exciting and you will definitely encounter accounts of snitching.
If you’re interested in the intriguing world of snitching then check out the new blog set up by Alexandra Natapoff.
Natapoff is a leading academic expert in the United States on the subject of using informants in aid of law enforcement. Her blog, snitching.org, deals exclusively with the subject of snitching. This is a must-read blog for especially for those who want to get into law enforcement or just interested in the inner working of law enforcers.
The Boing Boing network has added a new videogames blog to its roster by the name of Offworld. From the Blog Herald report:
Edited by Brandon Boyer, a familiar name for some of us that used to hail the Edge mag, it is bound to be something interesting.
The new blog gives ample attention to independent games but still covers the heavyweights such as World of Warcraft.
Go Offworld now.
The Blog Herald reports that The New York Times has launched Gadgetwise:
…a gadget blog that goes head to head with the likes of Gizmodo and Engadget (first and foremost), but so far in a less quirky and introvert style.
Visit the new blog.
The Beauty Blog Network has added a new blog to its lineup, ThisThatBeauty written by Felicia Walker Benson.
ThisThatBeauty is an online magazine dedicated to my passion for all things beauty related, as noted by ON MAKEUP magazine 2008.
Visit BBN’s new blog.
Glam Media, the brains behind the women’s network Glam.com, has turned its attention to the male market with the launch of Brash.com.
Quoting the Glam press release:
With close to 10 million US unique visitors a month at launch, Brash.com is going to “Change the Game”, with its edgy, upscale vertical network that caters to men’s desires and needs focusing on lifestyle, entertainment, automotive and gadgets, and news both from a national perspective and with local influence.
Visit Brash.com today.
Splashpress Media, owner of Blog Network Watch, has just launched Yurto, a “blog about living an eco-friendly life.”
From the announcement:
Yurto is a blog created for those who want to change their lifestyle into an eco-friendly one, but don’t quite know how to start. At Yurto we’ve found that the best way to start living green is from the most important place of all, our homes.
Visit Yurto today.
Envato, makers of the popular sites PSDTUTS and FlashDen, has lifted the curtains on the Creattica portal slash network. Design news blog Creattica Daily serves as the network’s first offering.
From Creattica Daily’s About page:
“…a site of daily news and links for creatives and designers. We cover a broad range of creative inclinations from graphic to product design, interactive to motion, advertising to articles…”
Creattica Daily will soon be joined by Creattica Sessions. Stay tuned to the main Creattica portal for its opening.