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Manila: Five Years Old. Dave Winer reminds us that five years ago, Manila shipped. [house of warwick]

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Thu, 02 Dec 2004 15:36:42 GMT
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house of warwick
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Steve says it, it has to be true.
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Thu, 02 Dec 2004 15:36:03 GMT
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This made me laugh.

The Dowbrigade Comic of the Day - Worth Repeating.

Comic of the Day - Missing Rather. missrather: [Dowbrigade News]

[Scott Young's Radio Weblog]
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Wed, 01 Dec 2004 18:08:06 GMT
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Scott Young's Radio Weblog
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Must visit Second p0st later today for the review of the interviews.
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Wed, 01 Dec 2004 18:01:48 GMT
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Supreme Court Ponders Medical Marijuana Case. The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in a case that will determine whether federal drug officials can crack down on patients who grow and smoke marijuana even in states where the law allows its medical use. [WebMD Health Headlines]

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Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:56:21 GMT
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WebMD Health Headlines
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Creating mood boards - blogs as playground (3).

A picture named kurti.jpgHere's another in my mood board series :

What is this picture saying to you?

What senses does it evoke in you ?

What sounds, images and smells come to mind ?

What or how does it make you feel ?

 

 

 

 

[Conversations with Dina]
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Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:55:57 GMT
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Conversations with Dina
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Frontiers of viral marketing.

Happy birthday to Manila. Just realized I started blogging on Manila even before it shipped.

Bonus link: the Frontier Kernel blog.

[The Doc Searls Weblog]
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Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:55:18 GMT
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The Doc Searls Weblog
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No shared space no collaboration.

"It takes a shared space to create shared understanding. If there's no shared space, there's no collaboration. Period." 

                                                               - Michael Schrage

[Conversations with Dina]
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Mon, 29 Nov 2004 15:49:12 GMT
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Conversations with Dina
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Blogging at HP.

HP quietly begins Weblog experiment. Hewlett-Packard Co. has become the latest IT vendor to dip its toes in the wild world of Weblogging, or blogging. Over the last few weeks, a handful of developers in the company's software development group have quietly begun publishing their regular musings on such technical issues as service-oriented architectures and XML (Extensible Markup Language). But the company is now showing signs of following competitors like Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. and opening up its blogging efforts to a wider range of company employees. [MacCentral News]

[Scott Young's Radio Weblog]
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Mon, 29 Nov 2004 15:48:34 GMT
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Scott Young's Radio Weblog
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Brent Simmons explains why weblog editing is complex. [Scripting News]

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Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:54:02 GMT
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Scripting News
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Study: Role of Search in B2B Buying Decisions.

Marketing Sherpa has published a new, extensive study of the role of search in B2B research and buying. Among the conclusions:

  • Search-oriented research generally occurs in the first phases of the research/buying process.
  • Research precedes purchase by one or two months; longer with larger budgets.
  • Organic listings draw 70-80 percent of clickthroughs.
  • Over 60 percent of clickthroughs occur on the first three listings, both organic and sponsored.
  • Over 60 percent os searchers make a click decision within a few seconds of scanning a SERP.
  • Data are mixed on the question of whether top-of-page or side-of-page ads are preferable, but the final advantage is on the top.

The entire published study (PDF file) is here.



[The Search Engine Marketing Weblog]
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Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:45:15 GMT
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The Search Engine Marketing Weblog
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87% of Americans Participate in Online Communities.

A New survey by ACNeilsen: 87 percent of all Americans say they are a part of an online community, and while shared personal interests, hobbies and health-related communities rank very high, 49 percent of Americans also say they participate in public issue sites. That's more than who say they belong to professional groups (37%) and school volunteer groups (30%). Online community members are also about four times as likely as offline community members to say they interact with each other on a daily basis. [from Smart Mobs]

[Scott Young's Radio Weblog]
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Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:44:41 GMT
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Scott Young's Radio Weblog
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Instant Messaging Gets Personal at Work. A META Group survey finds that more than half of people in the workplace use instant messaging for personal matters. The tool "can have a viral effect when not regulated," an analyst says. [eWEEK.com Messaging and Collaboration]

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Thu, 18 Nov 2004 15:44:10 GMT
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eWEEK.com Messaging and Collaboration
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Row over peer-to-peer ads. Well-known brands advertising on eDonkey raises questions about the popularity of free downloads. [BBC News | Technology | UK Edition]

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Tue, 16 Nov 2004 15:49:28 GMT
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BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
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Blog study for me to read later.
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Mon, 15 Nov 2004 21:30:23 GMT
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Old school rules at new-media meeting. Nation's leading Internet journalists wrap up annual meeting with news that old-media habits die hard. [CNET News.com]

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Mon, 15 Nov 2004 17:02:52 GMT
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CNET News.com
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Some notes:
re: autodiscovery... some of the blo.gs entries actually already have the rss link included... and I'm currently thinking about using a AmpetaDesk like bookmarklet to add geeds to my list

re: sorting of feeds:
The reader itself 'remembers' the feeds I've viewed and ranks them after the last time I accessed/viewed them. It's a very simple form of interst filtering. Feeds I don't view go down, the ones I'm really interested in go up.


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