Think carefully before attempting to create, and maintain, a fake identity online. The technology is making it much harder to do this.
You ever have an idea for an article or even a set of articles and decide not to write about it? Or perhaps you wrote the article and decided not to publish it? This happens to me a lot, more…
It is easy to accumulate "friends" or followers online. How many of those people are truly reading what you write or watching your videos?
It is common for site owners to change the topic they write about over the years. If done, they should make it easier for readers to zero in on the content they are interested in reading.
Everyone starts of with zero readers so we have all been there. The point remains that sometimes showing those stats can cripple you instead of help you.
I read NxE’s list [link no longer online] of the 50 most influential bloggers. By the time I got to #1 I was laughing at the ridiculousness of it. If you read the trackbacks and comments it is pretty obvious…
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.
2007 predictions. The next week or so there will be many entries about it. When I read those, I think: who cares? Really, what shall be shall be. Occasionally I come across one that intrigues me. Mapping the Web has…
Comments are a direct reflection of the commenter's thoughts, personality, etc. and have zero reflection on the blogger/writer.
Lots of talk about blog networks. I have a pet peeve. Figured I might as well discuss it. First, what is a blog network? In my opinion, the network has to have ownership or some sort of control of the blogs. Not necessarily 100% control but some controlling interest. Given that definition, that would mean there are "blog networks" not being recognized as such.