Hello hello everyone! Another weekend has come and gone. This weekend was another “relaxed” weekend for me. No special programs or activities to attend to and just spent time with family and friends, went to church and visited a friend’s new house. Although its the total opposite in terms of blogging because as you can see in my weekly recap, I’ve been pretty busy posting 7 posts last week. Btw, this will be the 50th edition of the Weekend Roundup. It would have been more than that if I haven’t gone on hiatus a couple of times. Anyways, hope you guys enjoy this week’s roundup of links, articles and stories from around the web.
- How To: Become A Blogging Ninja
- Your Blog is Your Mothership
- Let me Show You Inside a Secret Blogging Alliance
- 3 Tactics to Increase the Number of Retweets on Your Blog
- Skype Trojan can log VoIP conversations
- WiFi on steroids? First “WhiteFi” prototypes hit testing stage
- Australian Defence Force spends $1.7m on ultimate Linux flight simulator
- China game boss sniped rivals, took down Internet
- ‘Spacebook’ Laptop With Two Screens on Sale by the Holidays
- Qualcomm’s FLO TV Gets a Handheld All Its Own
- Nikon D300s gets the hands-on treatment in a Best Buy
- Logitech Squeezebox Touch Desktop Audio Player Looks Lickable Too
- Foolproof Way of Earning a Guest Posting Stint
- Logitech’s Illuminated Keyboard is expensively stylish
- What should be your Blogging Routine?
- PS3 Slim gets torn apart
JaypeeOnline Weekly Recap
- Blog Updates 08.09
- Nokia N900
- Google Certified Ad Networks
- WP Theme Review: Monograph
- Nokia Booklet 3G Mini Laptop
- PhotoRec — Recover Lost Digital Pictures & Files
- WP Plugin Review: Comment Info Detector
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If you have any questions, comments, suggestions or want your article or find an interesting story that you want to be featured in the next Weekend Roundup, feel free to leave a comment or send me a message via the contact page.
Thank you for your time and hope you guys have a great week!
@jan – Thank you! I try my best to provide you guys with useful and informative articles for the Weekend Roundup.
Me too, I dream of becoming a blogging or WordPress ninja/rockstar someday. Yes, you need to check that story, good read.
Haha..well, you’re still a ninja-in-training so you’re excused. ;)
@elmot – Yep, next time its gonna be yours. Thanks! ;)
Wow, cool finds, Jaypee. Top of my list is how to become a blogging ninja. Great title. And my Jedi training compels me to check out your blog is your mothership. Well, I know that already, but let’s see if the author has something new to say.
Hayun o – kasama pala ako. Ahehehe. Gosh – how can I be a ninja when I’m the last to know! :)
Wow, Jan’s post is included here, ehehe! Nice round up Jayps. :D
@K – Blogging routine defers between two different people. What works for one might not work for another. I’m saying, see what works for you and stick to it.
Thanks for the suggestion K! I do have a Sideblog where I publish posts under the Asides category. These are posts that aren’t related to my main blogging topics. But most of these posts aren’t personal, so I guess I’ll add posts about my personal life too if you guys would be interested. :D
Nice tips on blogging routine thought there are many who actually breaks the rule. Today, I can be techie, the next day I’m a fashionista, a week later, I am emotional – it varies so it really depends on the “what’s-going-on” with me thoughts.
For techie blogs like yours, I suggest you can also squeeze some days to being “personal” (like an ASIDES) para icebreaker din sa ibang readers or a PHOTO of the day capture related to gadgets.
@Jhay – I know. Its the first time I heard or came across WhiteFi and it sounds very promising. Although here in the US, they’re already opened WiMax networks in about 14 cities. :)
That story on WiFi on steroids is a real good one. And I thought that WiMax was the next WiFi. ;)