What is an easy way to play amazon s3 audio files on your blog?

I did a little research, and if I am not misunderstanding what I read, this is what I found out for you on audio streamed from Amazon S3: you set up your audio as usual, but you put the whole Url, complete with http:// as the source of the audio. Robert Plank In my research I found one paid and one not paid resource. The paid is Mike Stewart's software, S3 media player, you must become a member of his paid site or a plugin called micro audio for wordpres I like the last one, very small …

The Best and Easiest Google-Friendly Change to Your Web Site

… Open a new text file, paste the text from the clipboard in, save the file as "layout.css" then save and upload to your web server. Now, back on your HTML page, place HTML code like this: (link rel="stylesheet" href="http://www.example.com/layout.css") When someone loads your page in a browser that tells them to look to the Url http://www.example.com/layout.css for the CSS info. But when the search engines crawl your site they will see a nice, clean, simple layout. You can do the same thing with …

Follow up to "Trojan on WordPress Blog" article

… height=1 frameborder=0></iframe> <!-- End Traffic Statistics --> Now, I haven't checked if they infected wordpress own traffic checker program, or got into my site... yet. I'll do that and follow up again. The removal was easy... I went into "manage posts" and made a search for "iframe" and it gave me one blog post, I went into the html format and just simply deleted it. I checked the "src" Url in my browser and indeed the trojan was coming from there. I'll continue the saga... …