November 01, 2005
Tuesday Q&A and Open Trackbacks I
Tuesday Q & A:
'nuff said. (and I stole it from here)
Okay... its Open Trackbacks...
What is an open trackback? Well, you trackback here and your link shows up at the bottom of this post. If your blogging software doesn’t have built-in trackbacks, then you can use the Whizbang Standalone Trackback Pinger.
Lots of people are doing weekend trackbacks, so the Political Teen and I are breaking new ground.
So? Pimp that blog!
Posted by LindaSoG at November 1, 2005 06:52 AM
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