Tag Archives: Technorati

Instant Blogs

Instant blogs were first marketed in the USA in November 2002 under the brand name Technorati. The Technorati platform was founded by Dave Sifry, with its headquarters in San Francisco, California. Tantek Çelik was the site’s chief technologist – obviously … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Not To Blog

1. These days most of those surfing the web prefer reading status updates to blogs – it takes less time. 2. You can’t see the trees because of the astroturf. Likewise, you’ll get way more link spam than comments from … Continue reading

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Another banned YouTube video is now available via Vimeo

I reported on an earlier YouTube banning of my work in a blog I posted in September, and shortly after I’d written that YouTube pulled another video of mine, Nude In Melbourne. The point of the second piece, which was … Continue reading

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Nick Hornby never had days like these!

Recently a friend suggested I try to acquire some Russ Henderson vinyl I wanted via Discogs. I’d landed on this site a few times but had never really investigated it. When I checked it out, I was disappointed to find … Continue reading

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