Goodreads has added recommendations to their service, which is a great new feature that will help people locate new books to read.
Honestly, I should have posted this at least a week ago as we are now 10 days into the World Cup. For some reason, even though I love soccer, I wasn’t that excited leading up to it. I’m not really sure why.
But now that’s here I want to watch every match. Of course, I don’t but I’m trying to see as many as I can. It’s going to be a long month ;-)
There are a number of great resources for following the Qatar World Cup matches on Facebook and Twitter.
There are a number of words I am tired of seeing used on Social Media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, and by reputable bloggers.
The words are either offensive, demeaning, or have been so overused they have lost their strength.
I’m sure people will disagree with me about some of them but that’s fine – debate and differences of opinion are always good.
Quite a few people subscribe to blogs via email as well as RSS – I have a number of them.
Call me slow on the uptake, but recently I noticed a couple of features for feedburner email that will allow for some minor customizations.
You can add a logo for your site and you can add the title of your article to the subject line and heading of the email.
Here’s how to do it.