Monthly Archives: December 2005

Website Services Top 50 Site Development Resources

A few weeks ago I bit on a free subscription to a new magazine called Website Services and received the first issue a few days ago. One useful article was the Top 50 Site Development Resources. They didn’t review the … Continue reading

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The Next Sputnik?

Brad Feld (actually, his uncle Charlie) says “we need another Sputnik” to spur the next great wave of innovation, which in turn will keep us competitive with China and India. I predict it will be something around alternative energy. There … Continue reading

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MySpace acting Evil Empire-y

It looks like MySpace has declared war on YouTube. For some reason, they don’t want MySpace users to reference YouTube in any way, shape or form. They’re so absolutist about it that they even forbid the word “YouTube” – it … Continue reading

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Integrated Blogging Client for Firefox

Performancing for Firefox is pretty slick. It’s so cool I’m using it to write this post. Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right within Firefox. Just hit F8 or click the little pencil icon at … Continue reading

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Blog Photo Finder

Looking for a cheeky image to put in your blog post? Check out this nifty tool that allows you to search for relevant pictures on Flickr. It takes a given keyword (needs to be a single word in the prototype) … Continue reading

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Structured Blogging – give it a chance

Paul Kedrosky thinks structured blogging will flop. Having played around with the alpha version several months ago, I have to say I disagree with Paul and I agree with the comments of Tony and Pete. At least two things point … Continue reading

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Of Kryptonite and Blogs

Dave Taylor as an excellent interview with the Donna Tocci, the PR manager from Kryptonite, about the infamous Bic pen vulnerability and the role of blogs in spreading the bad news. Perhaps the best part about it is the fact … Continue reading

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Make a Shift for the New Year

I just received the email below from my friend Nicole (who also happens to be a client). I hope you’ll help us reach the goal of 10,000 visitors to their site in the next three weeks. Hi friends, After years … Continue reading

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My letter to the Denver Post

Last week someone named Anson Rohr wrote a letter to the Denver Post trying to justify torture (search for “Anson Rohr” to find it). I thought it was shortsighted and immediately dashed off a response. Imagine my surprise when they called … Continue reading

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Alternative LinkedIn invitations

These are pretty funny. My personal favorite is Mood Swing: I can’t tell you if you still like me. I know you’re busy, so don’t be mad at me for asking, but do you HATE ME or what? I’m sorry. … Continue reading

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