If you are reading my blog, you may notice that I have subscribed some online services and I am using different icons to group my blog entries. I'd like to give some simple explanation for those icons.
The services I am currently using:
|Click the icon to subscribe my blog to your Newsgator online RSS reader (you should have a Newsgator account first)
|My blog is aggregated by JavaBlog. JavaBlog is a RSS feeds aggerator.
|I registered my blog to FeedBurner. If you are using RSS reader to read my blog, you may use my feed on FeedBurner to subscribe. If I change my blog to other vendors, I will update my feeds on FeedBurner and therefore you won't change your subscription.
|Search the post's URL in the Technorati, to see the post listed in the Technorati.
|Ping the Technorati, to inform Technorati that the post was changed.
|This icon indicates that the post is tagged using Technorati tags. For each post in my blog, I tried to associate it with one or more Technorati tags that I use to categorize my posts. This icon (the first character of Kukoo) and the tags appears at the end of each post to indicate which tags are associated with the blog post. For more on Technorati tags, visit http://www.technorati.com/tag.
|365Key is more like the del.icio.us. When I read interesting or useful articles on the Internet, I will bookmark it into 365Key.
|Ads by Google
|Just for fun, I don't really want to gey money from Google...
The icons in my blog entry:
|This image links to all entries related to the Eclipse category, my favorite IDE and platform.
|This image links to all entries related to Programming category (ie, Java, Web).
|This image links to all entries related to the Design Patterns category.
|This image links to all entries related to Blogging category
|This image links to all entries related to any other categories
|Everyday's digest and links on 365Key
|The books I am recently reading. I usually will put the books image there.
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