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Yet Another Blog Suite

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Tired. Lots of yard work done this weekend, not much interesting to write about. I spent some time on a blogging system similar to Blogger where everything is published as static HTML. Got a template system up and running, got database structure figured out. It creates an index with the last X posts on it, and post pages for each individual post. I took a few lengthy posts with embedded HTML from this blog and inserted them into the test database, as well as *this* sites template with a few replaced special tags and vualah.

08/27/2006 09:59 PM 46,241 index.html
08/27/2006 09:59 PM 36,745 Lies_Damn_Lies_and_Statistics.html
08/27/2006 09:59 PM 14,762 No_Really_Thats_Not_Funny.html
3 File(s) 97,748 bytes
2 Dir(s) 23,195,168,768 bytes free

Not bad for a little bit of work. I'm wondering how well this would go with another idea I had: a public rating system for movies to supplement/replace the MPAA's ratings. Something that more accurately reflects actual values, not what the MPAA values. YourSay blog+YourSay ratings? Might be a nice jumping off point for other people-powered projects as well.
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Aug 28, 2006, 12:39:00 PM
I can see the RIAA/MPAA hiring companies to 'exaggerate' whatever's new regardless of however good it really is.

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