For many Internet users, blogging in its many forms is an extremely appealing prospect, but we imagine thousands are put off by the prospect of turning their world into a multimedia journal because of the nature of uploading data to various sources. Gelato CMS, however, hope’s to change all that with their venture into the world of tumblelogging.
Tumblelogs offer users the chance to throw up mixed media content in single posts (photos, videos, links, quotes, music etc.) with the greatest of ease. Although similar to other tumblelogs already out there such as Bazooka and Tumble, Gelato’s open source project’s one key difference is that it lets members own their own code.
Installation is short and simple, and once installed you can post up text and media in just a matter of moments. Images can be uploaded from your desktop or via a URL, while mp3s and streaming videos from YouTuve or Vimeo can be sourced to via direct links.
Unfortunately, like its rivals, Gelato’s tumblelog does not support user feedback in the form of comments, but for a savvy user with a lot of life to share and not a lot of time to do it in, it might just be the fix they’ve been looking for – and most importantly, they own it.
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