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The Perfect Product Blog

If you need to know how to do a product blog the right way. Check out Chitika – Since they started to ramp up eMiniMalls that blog has been the PERFECT example of how to blog a product.

Kudos to the team over there on a job well done…

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Testing Flock on WordPress.com

Are you receiving me?

hey it worked! How cool is that? I think im going to like Flock, it’s only a dev beta right now but so far it’s worked pretty well – All i really need to do is have it work with Drupal, then it’ll be saving me a fair bit of time and messing around i hope…

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Another damn ping service?

Really, who gives a fuck?

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Would have liked to have been at Blogon…

But seeing as i can’t be there, try del.icio.us and Flickr for starters. Saying that though, according to Rick he’s been underwhelmed at this years event. more here.

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Clueless PR People

I got a press release yesterday from this new medical search engine vertical that just launched – it came in about 24hrs after i’d began to see reports of it online around teh ‘sphere. Know what? That’s just too fucking late!

Let’s get this straight, you want me to post about your product, and…

  • you send me your press release well after the launch
  • which is insulting, as you clearly only sent it as an afterthought
  • you say if i have any questions “i can call you” – more insults? oh boy, you’re on a roll huh?

Let me tell you something, I could care less about a medical search engine, in fact, just the thought bores the living shit out of me, but if they’d sent me that release before it had gone out to the masses, and if they’d offered to call me and give a walk through, i would have blogged it.

Why would i blog something i don’t have much interest in? Well, some of my readers would be interested, and being only human, im as suceptable to a little nice treatment as anyone else. I would have (likely) returned the courtesy you know?

Morons…

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Tagyu

Erm.. So, lemme get this straight: The point of tagging stuff is to create a free taxonomy based on your own words, the way you perceive the world around you. And the point of shared tagging, is that you can find stuff tagged by others that think like you. Well, that’s the way I look at it anyway. So, what the hell is Tagyu? A tag service for sheeple?

Erik Schonfeld says

That’s where Tagyu hopes to come in, by suggesting tags for any given text. For instance, for this post it suggests “tagging,” “del.icio.us,” “tags,” “tag,” and “tools.”

Not bad, but isn’t the point of tagging to create a human association that cannot be replicated by computers?

Pretty weird for sure – probably some use for spammers though…

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Earning more than $20 from your Blog?

Well, are you?

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