Welcome to Geeklog Saturday, May 25 2013 @ 09:09 AM EDT
There's more where that came from - no one has asked us for any of these, so we never published them until now.
We have several that we did custom mods to for clients, some for our own sites, and that's what these themes represent - mainly colorizations and some layout mods of existing themes you may recognize, some major HTML fixes to one theme.
Being able to colorize existing themes is a great savings of time and money for people who want a different look.
We'll publish more variations as we have time. check back. We'll also try to push some up to the other GeekLog theme repositories...again as time permits.
With a Catalan version Geeklog could be included in the very popular directory of SoftCatalà, which will help to spread this great piece of software in this side of the Mediterranean.
Received the July '03 issue of Macworld magazine and wanted to let folks know that it features a 5 page article (starting on page 77) comparing "the top 7 Weblog systems", which includes GeekLog. It doesn't look like they've posted the latest edition's reviews on the site, so you might want to sneak a peak at your local newsstand.
The article is pretty thorough and compares Blogger Pro, GeekLog 1.3.7, iBlog 1.2.5, LiveJournal, Movable Type 2.63, pMachine Pro 2.2.1, and Radio 8.0.
It highlights GeekLog's strengths and weaknesses compared to the other systems. GL makes it to the top 4 and is recommended for its power and collaborative features (although they note that it does require more technical skill to set up and operate). As a whole I thought it was fairly accurate and well-balanced. Kudos to the GL team!
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