Monthly Archives: June 2005

Permalink Example

(Pardon the interuption. This post is used in my WorldWIT Blogging Teleseminar on June 29, 2005. If you’re not attending, you can safely ignore it.) This post demonstrates how permalinks work. If you’re viewing this on the home page, click … Continue reading

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Trackback Example

(Pardon the interuption. This post is used in my WorldWIT Blogging Teleseminar on June 29, 2005. If you’re not attending, you can safely ignore it.) This post will demonstrate how trackbacks work. Here are the steps to posting a trackback. … Continue reading

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I wish all VC funds did this

The blogging phenomenon has been great for entrepreneurs looking for venture capital. For the first time, aside from the occasional Harvard Business Review article or the odd (usually fawning) profile in Business Week, entrepreneurs can learn a lot in advance … Continue reading

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Important Announcement about the Upcoming WorldWIT Seminar

(This post is really for people who are attending my WorldWIT Blogging Teleseminar on June 29, 2005, so feel free to ignore this if you won’t make it.) (But we’d love to see (hear?) you there if you can make … Continue reading

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The Emotional Inbox

Fans of Getting Things Done (aff.) know that the inbox is the all-important first step in the art of stress-free productivity. By this I mean, whenever a potentially actionable thought crosses your mind (“Do something about the junk in the … Continue reading

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Google’s “Summer of Code”

Today Google announced their  Summer of Code initiative, which seems like a nice gesture toward aspiring programmers to bring them into the world of open source. But I suspect it’s a lot more than PR. This actually feels like a strategic move … Continue reading

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