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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Bos Kabout tagged blogs

Music blog focussing on disco.

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Kouwe once wrote, in an email quoted by Teri Buhl:

Things move so quickly on the Web that citing who had it first is something that is likely going away, especially in the age of blogs.

Anybody who can or would write such a thing has no place working on a blog. If it’s clear who had a story first, then the move into the age of blogs has made it much easier to cite who had it first: blogs and bloggers should be much more generous with their hat-tips and hyperlinks than any print reporter can be.

The problem, here, is that the bloggers at places like the NYT and the WSJ are print reporters, and aren’t really bloggers at heart. I discovered this a couple of weeks ago, after I posted a long and detailed blog entry on the court case between JP Morgan and Mexico’s Cablevisión.

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I was about to protest, "Dammit Jim, I'm a programmer, not a marketer!"

But that would be a lie. In this new open-source/cluetrain world, I am a marketer. And so are you. If you're interested in creating passionate users, or keeping your job, or breathing life into a startup, or getting others to contribute to your open source project, or getting your significant other to agree to the vacation you want to go on... congratulations. You're in marketing. Now go kill yourself.

The word "marketing" (and by extension, "marketers") has a bad rep for sure, as does "advertising" and "PR". But they all share a common goal--connecting buyers and sellers. Isn't that what we're doing?

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http://www.flexx.be/blog/

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Having too much choice.

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The rules are simple: I put the self-timer on 2 seconds, push the button and try to get as far from the camera as I can.

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Go away

this site contains none of your business
and is for my amusement only.

You do not have permission to access the content and by doing so, you agree to waive all rights.

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If you’re with me on this apophenia thing, then not only do we write our own patterns, but at any moment, we can willingly jump to a new one. We can look at the random numbers on that blinking sign and give them meaning. That’s incredibly empowering. And I think it’s the best we can hope to do, before we place our bets and the wheel spins again.

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they're selling "garages"? so, you mean, a place to store so much stuff my car won't fit in there? perfect. Thanks, Jon.

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