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1) Pages: Pages is a small site engine, ideal for people seeking to maintain
static web content in a simple, straightforward, and convenient
manner. It lets you manage your web site—whether it’s simple or
sophisticated—without the fuss of complex tools or blog-centric
3) The Register : So what's the best country in the world for IT? : So what's the best country in the world for IT? and to live...
Finland and Norway... - So we should visit these countries...
4) JD's Blog: When should blogs publish private e-mails?: I've been thinking the past couple of weeks about an issue I haven't
seen raised elsewhere. (If it has, enlighten me, please.) Here's the
When should webloggers freely quote from private e-mails they've
Given that everyone with a weblog is also a publisher, it's not just
a question of idle curiosity. I receive e-mails every day -- many in
response to postings in this weblog -- and most of them are from
total strangers. The common assumption, I think, is that e-mails are
meant to remain private, but if the information relayed is of
sufficient interest to others, it may be shared in a blog.