Update – this seems to have been a short term glitch in the fabric of the interweb and corrected itself just after I posted.
I just went to follow a link on Twitter and discovered it was blocked by OpenDNS
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Chris Cree spotted today that Friendfeed subscribers are now counted towards Feedburner stats.
It can make quite a striking difference with Feedburner if you have a few followers there.
Today we are going to face an avalanche of Technology bloggers who can’t help blogging about every intricate detail of Twitter in one way or another claiming that Google has devalued Twitter profiles in the search engine results pages (SERPs) or reduced the PageRank of profiles.
It is a significant step, though not as many seem to think unusual.
Afterall, Google started as a search engine, then monetized search, and finally introduced their own publisher program Adsense.
Here is a little olive branch for the guys at ePerks, an unbiased resource that could be used to present 2 sides of the current Vlad vs ePerks legal kerfuffle.
I am not going to portray Mahalo as some kind of “sacred ground”, and I have been a little negative about Mahalo in the past, but it does offer ePerks the opportunity to submit links, hopefully not from anonymous sources, of people happy with their service.
Michael Arrington in his boycott of Associated Press seemed to suggest that paid content is a dying business model.
I must admit I am not a huge fan of linking to articles from Associated Press, simply because it is extremely difficult to determine the original source when these stories “go over the wire”.
For a number of months every time I log into Facebook (or at least it seemed that way) Facebook would add a call for help with translation into my news feed. I think most of my readers are aware that I live in Poland, though those details are not directly available to Facebook, unless they look at my phone number.