How many times have you noticed someone start a conversation online and was shocked by the obvious response by those commenting?
What would you consider true failure? The answer might surprise you.
Do you truly understand, and accept, who you "really" are? Understanding this will save you a lot of time chasing the wrong things in life.
Everyone makes mistakes, some larger than others. How people handle them is what people usually remember.
Since it has been stated that bloggers are legally liable if they edit someone's comments, it is odd that a blogger would knowingly take that risk.
Comments are a direct reflection of the commenter's thoughts, personality, etc. and have zero reflection on the blogger/writer.
Wanting something does not mean you will get it.
As a business, is it possible to "fail" and make millions in profits? Or is it that the people who say a company has failed (when it is profitable) aren't the company's target audience?
Dave Winer poses an interesting question: Wouldn’t it be interesting if every certified A-lister, by convention, didn’t blog during the third week of every month. What if that idea caught on? Yes Dave, that would be interesting…in an amusing but…
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…