Month: May 2003

Tim Jarrett has run some numbers based on the high water mark on Weblogs.Com, that suggest exponential growth of the Blogosphere. Check out this logarithmic graph of the high water mark since November 2001:

  
Tim says “we could be on the cusp of an exponential explosion in weblog activity, driven by the virtuous cycle of blogging: publish – subscribe – read – comment – publish.”

In related news, Phil Wolff is running a service called blogcount that tracks various counts of weblogs. On Wednesday he noted that according to Blogómetro, there are more than twice as many Spanish language weblogs today than there were only six months ago.

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UserLand has announced a May 19, 2003 release date for Frontier 9.1.

See this page on the Frontier site for a list of changes since the last major release.

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Manila’s Easy Navigation Links Editor now supports links which are specified by shortcut name or message number.

Thanks to Joseph Frichtl for the feature request.

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Eric Soroos has released a beta of an FTP filewriter for Manila’s static rendering. Instructions for installing and testing are in this message on the manila-dev mail list.

Keep an eye on ProductNews.UserLand.Com for announcements of new features.

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