MicroISV on a Shoestring Reader

When folks ask me “So how exactly did your uISV come about?”, I generally tell them to go to the start of the blog and start reading.  Unfortunately, blog software is generally designed to be read from most recent to oldest.  Anyhow, a gentleman named Rizal mailed me today and said he created a “MicroISV on a Shoestring Reader“, which is a mashup that displays the blog organized in chronological order.  Its simple and effective.  Thanks a bunch, I’m sure some folks will find it useful.

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3 Comments on “MicroISV on a Shoestring Reader”


  1. MicroISV on a Shoestring Reader

    When Patrick McKenzie started his MicroISV business somewhere in the middle of 2006, he also set up a blog detailing every step of his journey. Word spread quickly amongst the fledgling uISV community. Readers who were lucky enough to join Patrick from…

  2. Arik Says:

    I wish there could be a way where one could get an offline version of the posts in the blog in chronological order. Kind of like a book.
    What I ended doing was opening the 20 something pages and then reading them from botton up. It is a pain. Does anyone know of a better way?


  3. Amazingly I was just thinking the same thing, but from a different angle: how to preserve our blogs for all eternity. Once we stop updating our wordpress.com or blogspot.com blogs, or stop paying those webhosting fees – blam, our blogs might well be deleted, completely wiped out.

    So what we need is a software tool that converts blogs to PDF, in chronological order. These ebooks can then be printed out, emailed, archived, and read offline, independent of web servers or blogging systems.

    But to solve your problem, Arik, we need not go that far. Blog engines could easily incorporate a feature that toggles the reading order. I think I’ll suggest this to the WP Team.


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