15. Mai 2004

Switched! MT Crossovers. Ein von-MT-Wegwechsler-Blog.

martin, 23:21 #

scriptygoddess: "All I'll say is - Too little. Too late. It's high time I moved to a PHP CMS - and this was just the kick in the pants to finally do it."

martin, 22:50 #

Blog Software Breakdown. Aktueller Vergleich von Weblogsoftware.

martin, 22:35 #

Das muss für die Ewigkeit dokumentiert werden. Grand Prix Eurovision de la... ähm, "Eurovision Song Contest", Istanbul, 2004, "Shake it", the Greek lyrics:

Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it mi amor
Crazy for love
Give me some more
Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it mi amor
Crazy for love
Give me some more
Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake it mi amor
Crazy for love
Give me some more
Danke. Danke. Ich gehe jetzt eine Runde weinen.

("amor" auf "more" reimen. Ich glaub's nicht.)

Ein schönes Detail entdeckt in owrede_log: What's the blogging point?

But what - instead - I have seen were student initiated discussion groups that were completely unknown to the teachers. In fact, there is good reason for students not to display learning progress but rather to surprise teachers with more or less polished results near the end of a course. It's a seductive strategy to keep the benchmarks low. This is especially true if students are skeptical or unconvinced about the professional skills of teachers - which happens to be part of the changed image of formal learning nowadays.
martin, 19:14 #

Lyssas Lounge - Dinner mit de Klerk. Wow. Danke.

martin, 13:20 #

Aus dem Feuilleton der FAZ vom 6. Januar 04: Bildung: Die Lösung als Problem

Wenn "zumindest eine" (Olaf Scholz, SPD) oder mehrere (Franz Müntefering, SPD), also mindestens zwei, oder "vier bis sechs" (Karl Max Einhäupel, Wissenschaftsrat), vielleicht auch sechzehn (Kultusministerkonferenz) oder doch wenigstens "einige" (Ernst-Ludwig Winnacker, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) deutsche Eliteuniversitäten die Lösung sind - was war dann eigentlich das Problem?
martin, 13:16 #

Many-to-Many: MT 3.0: Backlash and Trackbacks

I think we’re watching a significant moment in weblog history. Justified or not, the anger among MovableType’s users will push many of them to new tools, and has permanently changed the perception of SixApart by its customers. The users have spoken, and the landscape has shifted.
martin, 11:22 #

Six Log: Movable Type 3.0 Developer Edition oder: Wenn der Dialog mit der Community zu einem Nomic-Spiel wird.

What is a "weblog" defined as? What if I have multiple "Weblogs" in Movable Type all used to create 1 site?

The question of what a "weblog" is is somewhat muddy, but the basic answer to the first question is that, if you're using multiple "Weblogs" in Movable Type in order to build 1 site, that only counts as 1 weblog towards the license limits.

In our licenses, we now address this with this language: "Weblog" means a single Web site viewable at a single URL (Uniform Resource Locator), consisting of one or more weblogs as generated by the Software via the "Create New Weblog" function of the Software.

[Nachtrag] Eigentlich war's ja nur als Scherz gedacht, aber das artet wirklich zum Nomic aus:

martin, 11:02 #

Magnetic poetry online

martin, 2:11 #