Lifehacker points to these two useful posts today. The first is a blog software comparison chart from the Online Journalism Review. If you're thinking about starting a blog as your New Year's resolution, this chart may be helpful in deciding which software to use. One thing it doesn't include is the cost though, so you'll have to do some additional research on that front. I guess you won't have to do much research though, as the chart accompanies an article that does include pricing and additional useful information.
The second post looks at 50(!) free file sharing services. Long ago I looked at YouSendIt, which can be used to send very large files (poor-man's electronic document delivery) to other people w/o breaking an email inbox. Turns out there are at least 50 of these services, and they're all free! This list comes from the CreativeGuy, who notes, "Today, I have a list of 50 similar services that are absolutely free and require no e-mail registration to use. Included in the list are file size limits, download limits and the amount of time the file remains on the server for download."
Excellent - definately keeping this one tucked away for future reference.
As an aside, I'm posting this using Performancing for the first time - it's pretty darn slick! The only thing I don't see here is the ability to trackback, so I may have to enter with the native interface to plug those in...
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