A new syndication spec, combining what looks at first glance like some good reasonable ideas with the grace and tact of an elephant. With diarrhea. Fun ensues.
Archive for April, 2004
When you start overthinking whether to report a spam notification as spam, it’s time to just give up on email.
AdSense may not make much sense if your ads end up on your enemies weblogs, where their readers will click them just to give your money to a blogger who hates you.
Everybody’s happy about some new switch, and I’m in a rut. Poor, pitiful me.
Google’s giving out invitations to beta test Gmail to “active users” of Blogger. Turns out, active doesn’t require very much activity at all.
If you value your precioussssss PageRank, use dashes rather than underscores in file and directory names.
Rather than link your every post to Technorati, why don’t the interested people just save themselves a Technorati bookmarklet that shows the cosmos for the current page in their browser?
Pick up the nearest book, turn to page 23, type out sentence 5, then ask yourself why on earth you just did that.
For me, it’s not the numbers, it’s the numbers who show that they read, and understood, whether or not they agree. It’s not my pulpit, you’re not my audience; it’s a message board where only I get to start threads.
Tracy Grammer’s going to have to replace her violin. You can help.