2 long weeks of waiting… Sweet!
I think it’s in the veins. Please welcome my little warrior.
The list of interesting PeopleSoft technical blogs seems scarce. A few months ago, I came across Grey Sparling PeopleSoft Expert’s Corner as a good resource for tips/concepts regarding PeopleSoft reporting tools. Just this week while signing up in technorati, another precious find is manalang.com.
Other interesting blogs but not too much into technical tips:
Being a Google fan, it is hard for me to let go. But like most bloggers who did, my primary motivation for doing so is the lack of categories in Blogger. Blogger publishes to static html files, I think that makes it difficult to implement the said feature. I believe this is also the reason that publishing often takes a long time in Blogger. WordPress on the other hand publishes your blog posts to a database, hence there’s no need to refresh static pages, mostly everything in WordPress is dynamic.
You can include a list of your latest Flickr photos in your blog using the Flickr service called the Flickr badge.
To create a Flickr badge,
- log-in to your Flickr account
- go to http://flickr.com/badge.gne
- use the wizard to specify your preferences
- copy and paste the code to your blogger template
You may still have to customize the variables a bit to match your page setting. In my case, I’ve set the flickr_badge_background_color variable to transparent.
Additional tip: By default the Flickr badge is presented as an HTML table. The pictures will be presented as a single column. Adding
&raw=1 in the badge URL will remove the table formatting. You can then style your pictures using CSS.
Update: Flickr has more functionality lined up. Find out more in this thread