Category Archives: Blogging

Tiger Woods Finally Admits to his Infidelity

Unless you never get on the internet or you’ve been living under a rock, Tiger Woods and his cheating ways have been dominating the headlines and causing page view increases at every site on the internet that features any of … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging | Leave a comment

Dullard Calls Bloggers Wackos Who Don’t Get Any

When I first read Name and shame offensive bloggers by David Bullard of the Sunday Times, my first reaction was what a dickhead. Obviously this guy has strolled around Technorati, saw some of the crap that is pumped out and … Continue reading

Posted in Annoying Websites, Blogging | Leave a comment

Chikita Blog Bash 30 Days of Blogging

30 days of blogging from thirty different expert bloggers, including Chris Pirillo, someone from Gizmodo, some from problogger, someone from the gadgeteer, and many more, 26 more as a matter of fact. Thirty blogging gurus will be taking over the … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Online Marketing | 1 Comment

Pron Prank and Your Image

I have been reading the little episode between the Microsoft RSS Team Blog and Niall Kennedy with some interest, it appears Sean Lyndersay posted an image of Niall’s from Flickr and did not post a link or attribute the photo … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Microsoft, Mistakes | Leave a comment

The Web 2.0 Magnifying Glass

Or, how we should be selling the stories. If you have been blogging or reading blogs for awhile I don’t think you can miss the incestuous nature of blogging, meaning, all blogs link to other blogs which all link back … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Web 2.0 | Leave a comment

Highschool 2.0

Hope Dave, a commenter from TechCrunch, doesn’t mind me borrowing that, that’s what he called this post on TechCrunch by Michael Arrington, Blogger Wars: How Jason Calacanis Gets Even. This kind of reminds me of some YouTube videos I have … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, TechCrunch, Web 2.0 | Leave a comment

Jason Calacanis Leaving AOL

It’s official, [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag] is leaving AOL, and after reading his post about Jim Miller, I would say it is largely because of his departure as well, although it could just be an easy time to say adios. This appears … Continue reading

Posted in AOL, Blogging, Netscape, Paid Blogging | 2 Comments

TechCrunch Burning It Up

You can tell when a website starts getting pretty big and popular, they start becoming the news and in the headlines. TechCrunch.com has been in a lot of headlines and stories recently as well as making lots of headlines with … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, TechCrunch | Leave a comment

100 Million Websites – The Good Old Days

Okay everyone, pat yourselves on the back, Netcraft says we have passed 100 million websites. Netcraft, an Internet monitoring company that has tracked Web growth since 1995, says a mammoth milestone was reached during the month of October. “There are … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging | Leave a comment

More Uproar Over Paid Blogging

I know at least two full time bloggers who are really upset with PayPerPost and the new model they are promoting, getting paid for specific blog posts about products in their inventory. One is Jim Kukral from Revenews.com, an online … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Paid Blogging | 1 Comment