This blog is ranked 38th for &#133 cars!

I was pretty stoked to find that this blog ranked so highly in Technorati on the subject of cars, considering it’s not a core focus, even if it is a passion of mine.    I was visiting the site in order to update the Medinge press room URL, which shifted late last year when we […]

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As the 2010s dawn, there’s a vacuum on the internet

Rick Klau’s action today in restoring Vincent’s Social Media Consortium blog got me putting things into perspective.    We know sites like Blogger and Vox are free, but what happens when they fail?    Vox, the Six Apart blogging service, had been where I had put my personal posts—as well as a bunch of private […]

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Reuter requires Internet Explorer 5 or 6 for privacy queries

I wanted to add a comment to the Reuter post from Felix Salmon (see previous blog post), and, as always, I read the small print.    The Thomson Reuters terms and conditions have this, inter alia: If you have agreed to such contact, the Reuters Group may contact you about those of its other services […]

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What we needed was our own Felix Salmon

Fascinating, isn’t it? If you happen to have a Blogger blog that was wrongly deleted, and one of your readers is Felix Salmon of Reuter, then of course Google is going to come to your rescue within a day. (The link, and an important detail below, was found by Josh Forde and Tweeted to me […]

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