Category: Blogging

Twitter Thoughts

According to my profile on Twitter, I signed up 29 days ago, during which time I made 188 tweets. As I wrote a few weeks ago, I had my doubts about Twitter, but decided to try it based on others I know saying that it proved its value after a few weeks.… more »
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Can't Comment to The RSS Delimna

Another instance of not being able to leave a comment at a WordPress powered blog happened today. I tried to leave the following... The primary reason that I click through to the web site from a feed, is to read comments or leave one... As now. Full… more »
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Advice to the Very Small by Seth Godin

04/18/07 | by Joseph A. di Paolantonio [mail] | Categories: Blogging
From our own experience with a Squidoo Lens, we can agree with Seth Godin's recent advice to very small businesses, that a lens can drive traffic to your blog. Our Open Source Business Intelligence lens is #8 in Computers with an overall LensRank of #15… more »
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My Comments Go to Dev Null

04/14/07 | by Joseph A. di Paolantonio [mail] | Categories: Blogging
/dev/null on a *nix computer is the bit bucket, the place where things go to disappear, the black hole of the computing universe. It appears that any comments that I try to write recently just disappear. This is mostly happening with Wordpress and Type… more »
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DigBack

01/13/07 | by Joseph A. di Paolantonio [mail] | Categories: Blogging
I noticed that GoBloggit has a single post from their blog trackbacked to two of my blog posts. The first one to which they trackbacked was somewhat related, at least to part of my article, the second trackback, not so much. I almost deleted both after… more »
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This Web Log (Blog) is intended as a discussion of the business processes, life choices, management challenges, wireless networks, mobile devices, collaboration software, social networks and technical issues facing organizations and individuals: distributed workgroups, digital lifestyle aggregation, telecommuting, road warrior and all ways in which you can live the TeleInterActive Lifestyle™. It is a service of InterActive Systems & Consulting, Inc.

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