Archive | April, 2007

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Google Disasterous with the Letter D

Apparently Google has considerable trouble in regards to the letter D. First the Dmarc founders left Google. Now http://www.dodgeball.com/ (dead link 11/2010) founders, Dens Crowley and Alex Rainert (please drop me a note if you read this guys), not only have left Google but they posed for a thumbs down photo that they have posted […]

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Twitter

OK, I finally signed up for Twitter. Please feel free to add me if you’d like. If you have any tips on how to best utilize Twitter – for networking, recruiting, driving traffic or otherwise – I welcome your contributions to the conversation. If you are reading this and you either have no idea what […]

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Virgina Tech Shooting Tragedy – Potential Mobile Implications

Many times during yesterday’s unfortunate events at Virginia Tech, the problem of many of the people needing communication being in transit was discussed. Mobile text messages(sms) and potential alerts were mentioned on numerous occasions as something that could have improved communication. While I firmly believe in the potential of mobile search and mobile communication combined […]

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Live.com Search Interview and Some Questions I Still Have

Rob Murray put up an interview with Derreck O’Connell on searchengineland.com. It was a nice interview but it didn’t get some questions asked that I’d love to know the answers to! When will Live.com have a blog search engine product offering? In the main Live.com index, many assertĀ  that blogs don’t receive as much weight […]

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Increase Blog Traffic With YouTube Videos

Easton Ellsworth put together a awesome post on this subject. You should check out his thoughts.

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Microsoft: now about 4,500 bloggers

The figure comes from Product Manager Darren Strange. If accurate (I’d love to see a complete list), that means that about 6.3% of Microsoft’s workforce now blogs. Interesting to see the numbers continue to grow.

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WordPress 2.1 Compliant Theme – Customized

Thanks to cshel for customizing this awesome WordPress 2.1 theme! Bill Slawski also contributed useful ideas. Neil Patel gaveĀ me a few tips as well. Thanks to all of my other friends who contributed feedback. Hopefully this WordPress theme will work through versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.3,2.4,2.5, etc…

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