Posts Tagged “slogger”

  • Slogger with Day One 2

    Day One 2 is out, and I'm very happy to say that the team there has offered an easy way to keep Slogger working with it. If you're not familiar with either, check out Day One on the App Store and Slogger in my projects.…

  • Slogger gets oAuth, Twitter starts working

    I pushed a new version of Slogger to the GitHub repository this morning. For those who don't care about all the nitty gritty, just head for the main page and download the zip.…

  • Most popular blog posts and other new shiny in Slogger

    If you're not already in the loop, Slogger is a "Social Logger" that pulls in feeds from a wide range of social services and creates entries for them in a Day One journal. It can run itself each day and create an automated collection of everything you're already putting out there on the Internet, including photos (Instagram, Flickr, Twitter, etc.), Tweets, music you listen to, miles you run, blog posts you share and more.…

  • Gaug.es fun for Slogger and GeekTool

    Mostly because of Stephen Hackett's endorsement of it in Systematic #11, I'm giving Gauges a try for my blog analytics right now. One thing I immediately appreciated about Gauges was the simplicity of the API. You can easily incorporate it into scripts, tools, even things like Status Board, with a little output formatting.…

  • Slogger update and BlogLogger fix

    Slogger has had a couple of small but important updates this week. You can update from GitHub manually or using git (if that's how you installed it). You can overwrite everything, but if you've customized your plugin setup, you'll need to move plugins around again to enable/disable them, overwriting with the new versions.…

  • Slogger tags and other developing stories

    First, Slogger now has the native tagging I mentioned previously. Here's how I chose to implement it (though this is up for discussion):…

  • Day One tags, Slogger lags

    Day One recently got real tagging in the iOS apps, and it will be on the Mac version soon, as well. Slogger has been dutifully saving tags for you all this time, but I got it wrong. I used "@tags" and not the "#tags" that the developers eventually settled on. I should have known Twitter would win in the end.…

  • All the news that's fit to Slog

    There have been a lot of updates to Slogger since I last mentioned it here. The support from users has been awesome, and there are new plugins popping up pretty regularly (as well as bugfixes). App.net is logged now. There's a fully-fledged Github logger that replaces and improves on the previous Gist logger. You can log RSS feeds as digest posts, Last.fm logging grabs everything you listened to, your GoodReads books and reviews are included... the list goes on.…

  • Slogger 2 is up, wanna pitch in?

    I've posted Slogger 2 to Github. It's not finished, polished or perfect in any way, but I'm low on time and wanted to at least make it available if anyone wants to pitch in. If you have no idea what Slogger is or why anyone in their right mind would name something that, here's the origin story.…

  • Social Logging by any other name would have a better name

    I'm prepping for a very busy week next week, and I won't be able to put any more time into this project for a bit. I wanted to share it, though, so I present to you---in a beta state---Slogger.…