Not sure how many of you know about Aardvark (aka vark.com) but it is basically one of those tools to find answers from real people quickly. It has a very interesting approach, very interesting. In any event, I have been playing with it for a few months and it is very neat. They actually sent
As you know, I disabled comments on this blog and also my search blog. I am not sure exactly what is wrong, but it has nothing to do with comments. It appears that when a blog post is rebuilt (published as HTML), it doesn’t always produce the full html anymore. Every time a comment or
This is a quick technical note that I had to disable comments. I am not sure what is going on, but starting this morning, when comments are added, the post’s contents would disappear. So I have disabled comments for now. I’ll try turning them back on later to see if it was a temporary issue.
An hour or so ago, I Tweeted a question, “Am I a Twitter Snob?” People then asked me how would I define a Twitter Snob. Well, here is how I would define a Twitter snob, and please don’t take offense (I classify myself in some of these categories): Very hesitant to follow others Tries to
Last night I was thinking about my life and how I blog a lot (yea, very deep stuff) and it occurred to me that my wife married a blogger. I was blogging well before we got married. Not many bloggers I work with can say that. My blogging obsession (including my work obsession), was something
Last night I tweeted the following: Bloggers love Twitter b/c they aren’t afraid of blogging in it, but they are afraid to blog on a blog. I’ll explain tomrw. Let me know explain what I meant… Back in the day, when blogging was blogging, bloggers (for the most part) wrote as longer Twitter messages. Most
I have been on Twitter for over two years, but I have been annoying my Facebook friends for only about 10 months. Towards the end of May 2008, I connected my Twitter updates to Facebook via an automated manner. Then, I had 430 friends, now I have 730 friends. Yea, I am popular. 😉 Seriously,
Wow, it has been just over two years since I first started using Twitter. I signed up for Twitter on March 2007, just about 25 months ago. Twitter has become incredibly popular since then, and yes, I take full credit for Twitter’s growth. 😉 I have been a steady user of Twitter. I never really