You Can Now Embed Getty Images' Gorgeous Photos on Your Blog for Free

Getty Images is one of the world's premiere sources for amazing photos. But if you don't have the money to pay licensing fees, you can't use the images. Well now, Getty is making its photos embeddable. Read More >>

The Word Weblog Was Born 15 Years Ago Today

You call this blog a blog because 15 years ago today, a guy named Jorn Barger (aka @RobotWisdom) coined the phrase "weblog." Read More >>

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Report: John McAfee Captured After Weeks on the Run

According to John McAfee's official blog, the once anti-virus pioneer has been captured at the border of Belize and Mexico after several weeks on the run from authorities. Read More >>

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John McAfee Started a Blog About John McAfee

Can't get enough of the wild saga of murder suspect and anti-virus pioneer John McAfee? Great, because he just started a blog about his fugitive life on the lam in Belize. Bless you, internet. Read More >>

Do You Still Have a Personal Blog?

Once upon a time, it seemed like everyone had a LiveJournal, or Blogspot, or TypePad, or Wordpress, or ahem, Xanga. Then came the evolutions of sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr which took the focus away from the blog post and emphasized the sharing of short thoughts, links, photos and whatever else. Nowadays, it seems that nless you're a writer or some sort of public personality, you probably don't have a personal blog full of "entries." Read More >>

Did a Local Council Close Down a Girl's School Lunches Blog So It Could Grab Headlines?

The bizarre and rather popular NeverSeconds blog, which featured photos of the school dinners served up to a Scottish schoolgirl each day, has been told to stop publishing photos due to pressure from the local council. Twitter's up in arms about this crushing of a brave young blogger's enthusiasm. Read More >>

Blogs Are Way More Dangerous Than Porn

We used to say that if you'd managed to get a virus on your computer, you'd been visiting too many dodgy porn sites. Apparently that's not the case any more; porn is actually pretty safe, and it's those pesky blogs you have to worry about. Read More >>


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