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What is Blog?

If you are not familiar with the term, Blog, I think the following introduction will be of help: Introduction to Blogging

How can I subscribe articles?

Firstly you need an RSS reader or just an aggregator. It can be a form of independent application or add-on of a browser, mail client, or web based service. Once you install or register one of the aggreators, all you have to do is just copy the URI of RSS feed of this site to your aggregator. Refer to the explanation of Web feed in Wikipedia for more instructions.

What is Tag?

Tag is a kind of metadata and is similar to keyword in general. If you want to know more about the tag, refer to the article about Tag in Wikipedia.

What is social bookmarking?

For my bookmark management, I am using one of the social bookmark services, del.licio.us (pronounced delicious). Find some advantages of social bookmarking in Wikipedia’s Social Bookmarking article.

What is Web accessibility?

Web accessibility means that people with disability can use the Web. This site was built with the accessibility in mind. If you also have an interest in accessibility of web, read Introduction to Web Accessibility by W3C WAI.

What is Web standards?

Web standards incorporate several technologies from HTML, XHTML, CSS, DOM, JavaScript to XML and others. There are numerous beneficial rewards if you keep those standards in your site. Visit The Web Standards Project to catch up-to-date activities in standards world.

Why some odds with my Internet Explorer?

Because Internet Explorer 6 and even 7 do not support CSS 2 web standards, the Internet Explorer users will see some odds: the blog title would be disappeared in a specific condition, and colors, links and sizes of the text are not properly displayed. Some of these troubles can be fixed with the help of Internet Explorer Hacks or JavaScript. Unfortunately I am not familiar with those techniques and even more, I have little interest in them. Although I do not think this incompatibility could be a great block to navigate the site, I feel sorry for the inconvenience. I would rather recommend you to use an alternative, modern browser such as Safari, Firefox, Opera or Konqueror. Read other success stories about people who shifted from the old school Internet Explorer to the modern standard-compliant browser.

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