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Links 1 through 10 of 30 by Richard Lindahl tagged torsrants+blogging

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I sure wish PayPerPost had been around when I started this blog. I'd have never messed with Google AdSense or any of the others.

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If I were to overwhelm this blog with paid posts that weren't interesting, and let original, "organic" content dry up, my readership would go bye-bye, and all my advertisers would eventually go bye-bye as well, PPP included.

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So there you have it. Blogs can destroy, and they can uplift. Just like any other tool at the disposal of humans. I, for one, believe that the forces of good will eventually prevail, so long as the free-wheeling and free-flowing nature of the blogosphere

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I'll be paid by advertisers to write about topics (usually products or services) of their choosing, but the thoughts and words will be my own. Typically, they're looking for a link and some buzz.

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What I really want to know is, who are the folks who have been posting the hundred or so posts each day for the last three months, before all this happened? Must be some splogs.

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Wow, does Lance Dutson know how to get the word out, or what? The Boston Globe, the Portland Press Herald and Shel Israel, to name a few, have posted info about the Pay-per-Gate lawsuit. I've done a quick copy-and-paste from Lance's site to give a little

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First, I'd like to voice appreciation for Simon, a fellow in the UK who has recently launched a blog, Two Red Paperclips. He's allowing me to rent a spot on his blog for the week. I'm sure most of you are aware of the One Red Paperclip project by Kyle Mac

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Of course, the point of this lawsuit is not to win a jury trial. It is to get Lance to stop doing his privilege and duty as a citizen of the State of Maine, namely, criticizing government and its contractors when he perceives that they are doing wrong. Th

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