MovableType released a tag plug-in. In this post Anil referred to a post by Jeffrey Zeldman about tags which I agree with 100%. Here is an excerpt: The less brainy and more pressing problem is that with tag clouds, topics either gain immediate, widespread traction with the public, or they disappear from the cloud. Once […]
Robert Scoble responded [website no longer online] to my post about embarrassing yourself. His comments are down, so I’m going to post about them here, with confidence he’ll find this post. 🙂 I agree 100% about getting to know a blogger and a personal blog is a good way to do that. However, a business […]
I separated this because it’s a different topic. Robert Scoble posted this on his blog [radio.weblogs.com no longer online]: By the way, what’s wrong with embarrassing yourself? If you really are going to be transparent and react to a global conversation that happens within minutes you’re bound to embarrass yourself. It’s what you do after […]
I found out about the FeedDemon Newsgator deal because I was looking through my feeds yesterday catching up on news. The first thing I did was check my email to see if there was some sort of announcement from Nick. Nothing. The next thing I did was contact a couple of people who I know […]
AOL is offering free email: yes another company offering 2GB storage. The only difference (supposedly) is that paid AOL users see an ad at the bottom and AIM users see an ad at the top. WRONG! Screw up #1 – As a paying customer I should see an ad at all. Screw up #2 – […]
How much personal information should you share? The true answer is: it will be different for everyone.
J.K. Rowling said she feels guilty about being rich. Yet she continues to pursue making money.