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Hugo :: A fast and modern static website engine
Hugo is a general-purpose website framework. Technically speaking, Hugo is a static site generator. This means that, unlike systems like WordPress, Ghost and Drupal, which run on your web server expensively building a page every time a visitor requests one, Hugo does the building when you create your content. Since websites are viewed far more often then they are edited, Hugo is optimized for website viewing while providing a great writing experience.
Static_Site_Generator  JRC_blogging_tools  static  cms  golang  website  site  blog  via:snipergirl  octopress  hugo 
november 2014 by rickcogley
Throwww - The Simplest Blogging Platform
Throwww is the easiest way to write something and share it.
Just start writing, post it, and share the url.
JRC_blogging_tools  blog  tool  throwww 
november 2014 by rickcogley
Site Re-Launch In Octopress - Rick Cogley Central
I decided to take steps to deploy a static or “baked” style of website this time, over anything dynamic, such as a server-hosted CMS.
RCC  blog  post 
february 2013 by rickcogley
teamwork’s blog
Blog for Teamwork, a web-based PM and collaborative work solution in Java.
teamwork  project_management  project  collaboration  blog 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Brandon Mathis :: Design Enthusiast :: Blog
I'm a design enthusiast who's passionate about my craft. I mainly design web applications, but I also love photography and print design.
Brandon_Mathis  Design  Blog 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Siena de Kanpai!
Friend Kiyomi Otawa's blog from her life in Siena.
Blogroll  Kiyomi  Otawa  blog 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Doc Searls Weblog.
Wants his epitaph to read, “He was almost finished.”
Blogroll  Doc  Searls  blog  harvard 
january 2013 by rickcogley
Squarespace - Simple, On-line, Website Publishing
Squarespace offers a turnkey way to build and publish a site and blog online from 8 USD / month, with some really good-looking results. Seems like it would be perfect for people who do not want to use software and upload via FTP. —Rick Cogley

|| From the site - In 2003, after being unable to find a way to elegantly publish his personal website, Anthony Casalena began work on the software that is now the Squarespace Platform. Since its inception, Squarespace has blossomed into a product that powers tens of thousands of sophisticated websites for businesses, bloggers, and professionals worldwide and currently serves hundreds of millions of hits per month. Squarespace has been mentioned in both the Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek, as well as on countless other blogs and news sites. Our small team consists of solely bio-worthy names, and due to our entirely organic revenue growth, we operate free from the restrictions and obligations of organizations controlled by outside investors.
squarespace  anthony_casalena  web  publish  blog  online 
june 2009 by rickcogley
Moving from Blogger to WordPress: Best Practices - jotsheet
Another blogger-to-wordpress migration plan. -- Rick Cogley |

From the site: I recently moved a friend’s medium-size blog from Blogger to hosted WordPress (on DreamHost, not WordPress.com), and I thought I’d share a few tips for making the transition smooth.
wordpress  blogger  blogging  blog  jotsheet  web 
may 2009 by rickcogley
FeedBurner - Google's Enhanced RSS Feed Re-Publisher, Enhancer, Optimizer
Feedburner allows you to optimize, enhance and publicize your RSS feeds. For example, if you have RSS feeds from a blog and from your Flickr photos, you can come them together by "burning" the blog feed, splicing in your Flickr photos, and then adding additional features and information to the feed to make it easier for people to use, and more interesting.
feedburner  google  blogging  feeds  web2.0  tools  feed  blog  rss 
december 2008 by rickcogley

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