ScribeFire: Blogging made easier.

I’m assuming that you’re reading this in Mozilla Firefox. If not, click THIS, download it, say YES when it asks you if you want to make it your default browser, then douse Internet Explorer with digital gasoline and light a match.

Okay. Now that we’re all on the same page here, let me rave about ScribeFire. If you blog fairly frequently, and like to include lots of links to pages you visit, then this little tool helps you to do so with a few easy mouse clicks.

After you download ScribeFire and get your blog settings squared away, be sure to click the little arrows up at the top left of the editor window, click the “settings” button that pops up, scroll down in that window, and uncheck the “automatically insert ‘Powered by Scribefire'” option.  Heaven forbid that you look like a geek…

You can download the ScribeFire add-on HERE. While you’re at it, go ahead and pick up a few other add-ons which come highly recommended (by yours truly):

Happy posting. Geeks.


1 Response to “ScribeFire: Blogging made easier.”

  1. 1 Dee
    October 6, 2007 at 10:30 pm

    Interesting, although I stopped using scribefire(when it changed from performancing) as see it is no longer a high priority project. When performancing metrics was still running, there seemed to be a lot happening for this project. Now I prefer using flock(web browser) and use the simple built in blog editor.

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