September 28, 2002
My Name Is Blog - Flash Blog

Whilst outside my window the autumn wind does its blowjob on the trees' leafs, in Flashland it seems to be springtime: I count the arrival of two new sites.

- Daily Bread is a Flash based Flash Blog RSS aggregator. Samuel Granato has created a slick tool here. Its key benefit is that you can choose yourself which feeds you want to read. Hmmm.. wait a minute. I just wondered why his personal blog design looks so familiar to me. Surprise surprise - it's based on my css.

- Mysteriously unnoticed until now (at least by me) well-known Flashcoders contributor Aral Balkan joined the blog community already two months ago with his clickwhere? blog. (Two months? Oops, there goes my spring metaphor)

Posted at September 28, 2002 03:54 PM | Further reading

Big up for the link. Btw don't know if you care or not,
but while entering your site I noticed that your trackback system doesn't work in your archives.

Posted by: Sam Granato on September 29, 2002 04:05 AM

aww nevermind, it seems to be working now..
sorry about that.

Posted by: Sam Granato on September 29, 2002 04:08 AM

arrival to mobile phone download go to main manu no! .( ıt is arrival to digits which you received at the time of purchase??? cd code :- - - - l- - - - l- - - - ??????????????? its a my problem

Posted by: mustafa on September 7, 2004 09:31 PM
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