First let me say, one of the best ways to get authority links is to help people, or be the first to notify people about a possible problem. Thus a big thanks to James at Online IT Guide for sending me an email to let me know of a potential hack of my Twitter account.[Continue reading]
I first heard about Cloudflare when they presented at Techcrunch Disrupt. I am not writing about every startup that presented there, just a couple that caught my eye as something that I think will have a significant impact for my readers.[Continue reading]
As the Alpha of One True Fan currently stands it is just a fun game – a little like Foursquare where you can become the “One True Fan” of websites based upon a number of factors. I say that having never used Foursquare or any kind of location based social network. For me locations are the web pages I visit :)[Continue reading]
It has been announced today that 30M (million) live spaces blogs will soon be migrated over to WordPress.com in a “partnership” between Microsoft (MSFT) and Automattic.
Microsoft is dumping these blogs anyway, and maybe gaining some other value from giving 30M users to Automattic.[Continue reading]
The Deep Link Engine WordPress plugin was released back in March as part of the launch for a product “Auto Content Cash” by Brian G Johnson, Jared Croslow and Alex Goad.[Continue reading]
#Angelgate has been fascinating for the last week.
I have my own thoughts on the topic of course that I have mainly left in comments.
There was me thinking the whole point was to form a syndicate
A serious problem – I have 2800 “Zombies” that haven’t been fed for 11 days – they like eating my brains.. or the product of my brain, yet can’t get their daily dose.[Continue reading]
The website real estate around forms is both highly valuable and rarely used effectively.
But when I see the tech media oohing about a 3rd Party captcha service that uses ads, I feel I can add something to the discussion.[Continue reading]
It seems Cuil.com is dead.
Michael Arrington’s sources suggest this is permanent.
That is $33 Million down the drain in research, development, infrastructure for the search engine crawlers etc.
But that is a fair investment… the investors new there was a significant risk, and based on the Crunchbase profile there were a whole load of smart people involved.[Continue reading]