ls saw that I claimed my feed in Feedster and asked me to check out some stuff on his blog. The search seems to be working fine for me. He wonders, too, if Wendy’s picture is really supposed to be next to his search results in Feedster. According to earlier conversations (as noted particularly in [...]
Archive for November, 2004
People can never say thanks enough, so I want to take some space to mention some things I’m thankful for. You blog readers and the community surrounding this blog All of my speaking engagements and teaching opportunities this past year and everyone who helped me do them and participated in them The new contacts and [...]
Bill Ives reports his article about blogging in business in Portals Magazine is available online.
I usually listen to CDs when I work, but I’ve been in kind of a slump recently and I haven’t been playing them. When I worked on Saturday, I needed to know when the football game was over, so I dug out the radio and turned it on. Seeing it there on Monday made me [...]
::flicks crumbs off the keyboard:: mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Addendum: So like right after I posted that note, my penpal just happens to bump into me in cyberspace. me: dude check this out:http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/jkbaumga/2004/11/24#a2648 penpal: you’re wrong me: what do you mean I’m wrong me: no way, man penpal: /I/ have the best penpal ever penpal: hee good thing [...]
During this week of seemingly random inquiries, I’ve been very tempted to ask certain customers how they decided to contact me or if they were referred by others. Sometimes I do that, especially if their need falls far out of the scope of what my office does. Every now and then, we find another agency [...]
I’ve been pondering whether Feedster has too many stop terms because of a post on the Feedster Support blog. My name happens to be a stop word, so it’s not possible to search for "j Baumgart." I might be a bit biased because of that. I think a long list of stop words is only [...]
Rich Allen nudged me about going to Computers in Libraries 2005. The many sessions on weblogs, wikis, instant messaging, and other cutting edge technologies look exciting. Speakers include Gary Price, Steven Cohen, and Blake Carver. Steven writes more about CIL.
Are you a member of this blog? Do you want to change your password? A blogging friend showed me how to do this. Log in. (Forgot your password or need one? On the Log in screen, type your e-mail address in the top box, then click Login and it will e-mail a password to you.) [...]
Blake of LIS News reminds us of the real purpose of Google ads on blogs: to support the blogger.