I just noticed a wierd or misinformed post over on ZDNet.
Apparently, this spyware outfit is using ZDNet’s page rank on Google (also known Googjuice) to find some victims in a variation of splogging.
I just unsubscribed from the list of someone I am a customer of. It is quite likely I will also unsubscribe from their membership soon as well.
They thoughfully provided a feedback form on the unsubscription page.
I am making this post to give some “equal weighting” to the level of news coverage, that my previous post on the Worpress Trademark issue received.
This time around it is really good news
Sherman Hu’s WordPress Tutorials site has just received a massive facelift.
It might be thought that this facelift was due to recent perceptions of the site.
Unfortunately the timeline just doesn’t reflect on the recent situation.
I came across something a few days ago, and I have been itching to let the cat out of the bag.
I have finally got my redirects from blogspot working perfectly.
It is not as good as a 301 redirect, as it will not transfer pagerank.
There is also a bug I found which means I will have to go through my imported content carefully checking page slugs.
Blogging is international.
What you write about today might very well appear on a blog that is written in another language, and you shouldn’t be afraid of joining in the conversation even on a blog written in a language you have no hope of understanding normally.
Whilst working on an elevator speech suitable for non-technical potential seed investors, I was chucking loads of word combinations around and came up with two very unique definitions that describe what I am trying to achieve with my startup projects (I am looking for a CTO partner).