I know I have been looking like a totally third class blogger (with DNN Blog) without the ability of notifying commenters when their comments have been replied to. Without the notification in place, nobody knows that you’ve replied to them and you cannot really build a meaningful discussion in the absence of a Notification. Even if people do come back and reply to you, the thought chain gets spread over multiple, in-between comments that make no sense to a passer-by. DNN Blog really needs a Notification. Oh well, DNN Blog needs a lot of things to be really up to par. Here’s my quick and dirty solution to add a ‘Notify’ solution to the DNN Blog module.
“We hates it.” “We loves it.” No. I think “we mostly hates it.” I’m so jealous of all the bloggers around me that I decided to put down my own list of top 10 must have features for DNN Blog. Bear with me, while I list down features that you have already been using for years, at LiveJournal, Wordpress, Typepad or the likes and I haven’t been. And I sure hope I can get to use some of these, at least.
There are tons of sites out there telling you how to prepare for impending doom -- the layoffs. Trust me, they know nothing. Let me tell you how to do things the riii..ght way. Read on for the bare minimums and must dos before the big day arrives
IDNs (International Domain Names) have been around for a long time. And Microsoft had an Office 2007 Language Pack available for Hindi more than a year back. Considering that Exchange Server 2007 is running post sp1, one would assume that something as simple as getting an email to an IDN email address would be straightforward. Fail.
Ok, I admit I didn’t see this one coming. What seemed like a harmless looking challenge turned into a long drawn out, 45 minutes plus of a total time waste. First thing in the morning!
Well, at least I have a much better I.Q than Dr. Einstein here. Don’t tell me you fell for the scam!
Too many spammers! Yep, I've had to take down any and every email address at this site simply because I get too much of spam. Unfortunately, it also means, those who need to get back in touch need to use the Guestbook (which btw, goes through aggressive spam filters too).
Of late, I've been getting a new kind of spam. I guess some a** gives an email address like his-first-name@subodh dot com and signs up for a new google or orkut account. I wouldn't know if the (verification emails or the forgot password) emails I received are spam or genuine efforts by some lame duck internet newbie trying to make a quick impression. Some of these emails even turn out to be sad but hilari
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