Monad information and Monad Bloggers

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by Thomas Lee, Sep 4, 2005.

  1. Thomas Lee

    Thomas Lee Guest

    With the move to this newsgroup for monad related posts (and it wasn't
    my idea!), I thought it might be useful to setup a couple of links for
    folks coming here to get more information regarding monad.

    I've got a couple of pages at my www.reskit.net site around Monad.
    www.reskit.net/monad contains pointers to more information about Monad
    and it's various aspects. http://www.reskit.net/monad/sadmplescripts.htm
    contains a bunch of sample Monad scripts for you to work with and play
    with. Please mail me any scripts you want added and I'll post them!

    Today, I've also done a couple of more things:

    First, I've set up a monad bloggers referral page at del.icio.us:
    http://del.icio.us/tfl/blog+monad. This page lists all the monad related
    blogs that I know of. This list is based on the list of Monad bloggers
    at http://www.reskit.net/monad. If you know more, mail me and they'll
    get added!!

    Second, I've taken this list and created a feed at Kinja.com. This page:
    http://kinja.com/user/monadblogs has the latest blog entries from these
    monad bloggers.

    NB: not all the entries at Kinja.com or the posts from blogs at
    del.icio.us are all going to be about Monad! The authors of the blogs do
    have other things on their collective minds (well some do at least).
    Enjoy anyway!!!

    Thomas
     
    Thomas Lee, Sep 4, 2005
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  2. Thomas Lee

    Jean Guest

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  3. Jacques Barathon [MS], Sep 5, 2005
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  4. Thomas Lee

    Thomas Lee Guest

    LOL!

    So my typing is, umm, sub-optimal... The key thing is that Jean did know
    where to look! <grin>

    I wonder if there's a way to get hit counts from kinja.com??

    And do you know any other MSH/Monad blogs that should get added?



    Thomas
     
    Thomas Lee, Sep 5, 2005
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