How do you embed a wordpress.com hosted blog in your website? Search the web and you'll find two primary approaches: either make your wordpress.com blog look like your website or embed it through an iframe.
An effective alternative is hosted here on www.infodrivenbusiness.com. You will need to include the following PHP code in your page:
$lnk = 'http://www.infodrivenbusiness.com/getpostraw.php?post=http://www.infodrivenbusiness.wordpress.com/012/05/26/the-evolution-of-information-standards/';
$post = file_get_contents($lnk);
Replace the URL in $lnk with your own wordpress.com blog. Of course you can you equally use any server or browser-side script using the same approach.
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