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Even Pierre Omidyar’s blogs get censored by Google (and probably by Facebook, too)

I heard via the “No Agenda” podcast (#557, 1 hr 29 min 45 sec) that Pierre Omidyar is planning to invest $250 MM in a new media venture: Right now, I’m in the very early stages of creating a new … Continue reading
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If the title of your post doesn’t tell me what it’s about, why should I even bother to click let alone read it?

The same goes for the post itself: If your post is long-winded, then you had better convince me right away that it will be worth my time. I just saw an interesting blog post title and I clicked on it. … Continue reading
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Blogging is All About Being Read, That’s Why Some Bloggers Sometimes Behave Like Whores

If I were an “SEO hacker”-type blogger, I might put a neat-o picture here. But because I’m not that kind of blogger, I will just let your imagination run wild instead. The whole Twitter-twat mania to be the first to … Continue reading
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I want you to show me the way

Yes, when I decided to write this post, I thought of the song by that name, a “top of the charts” hit by Peter Frampton. I thought: this is the message — Peter Frampton was right… and yet: then again, … Continue reading
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Another Reason Why Demand Media is a Force to be Reckoned With

Demand Media created the RSS Graffiti app (to import blog posts to Facebook profiles + fan pages). There are actually several apps that do similar tasks, but I find this one to be quite sophisticated. What’s especially interesting is how … Continue reading
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RSS Feeds Update

I have created a separate feed for personal blogs — including this one (which is my personal blog, more or less). You can view the updates (and also post comments) @ http://members.tagseo.com Continue reading

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Is Ignorance the Only Reason for Internet Forums?

I don’t understand why Internet Forums need to exist — the only “feature” I can make out not included in most blogging software today is the ability to ignore another user (seems sort-of anti-social to me, but whatever). Does anyone … Continue reading
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The Bad Old Days of New Media

John Battelle fondly remembers “the way it used to be”, and goes out on a limb: I believe that the personal-site-based essay is making a comeback I won’t say that I totally disagree (after all, not only is remediary precisely … Continue reading
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