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Very pretty site! Keep working. thnx!»

2006-08-17T01:12:00.000+00:00

Very pretty site! Keep working. thnx!
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Here are some links that I believe will be interes...

2006-08-07T02:22:00.000+00:00

Here are some links that I believe will be interested



Alex, You want it; you got it.I'll get on naming m...

2006-07-26T09:33:00.000+00:00

Alex,

You want it; you got it.

I'll get on naming my favorite soon.



Update: I think I ought to point out that when I f...

2006-07-23T21:47:00.000+00:00

Update:

I think I ought to point out that when I find myself on YouTube it is as a watcher of the videos - not starring in any of them!

Just so there are no confusions.



and I always vote my articles just to see if the v...

2006-07-22T16:30:00.000+00:00

and I always vote my articles just to see if the voting mechanism is working!



QUOTE: "I have uploaded two articles (the first on...

2006-07-21T17:15:00.000+00:00

QUOTE: "I have uploaded two articles (the first one was my own as way of an way of seeing exactly how 'New PR' worked."

yeah, yeah!



Ed,I'm delighted you are going to rise to the chal...

2006-07-21T14:21:00.000+00:00

Ed,

I'm delighted you are going to rise to the challenge! your points are valid about Blogger - I don't claim to love every aspect of it, but insofar as it is free and simple to use, I can only applaud them for making blogs accessible to all.

The commenting is true, but this is due to the preference of those who run the blog itself. I have allowed anyone to comment on mine, but there are a variety of settings that you can have - including members only.



I'd be delighted to oblige! There's something up ...

2006-07-21T12:51:00.000+00:00

I'd be delighted to oblige! There's something up at the moment on my now constant war on bloglines but I'll take 5 and think about what my fav's are.

The two main problems I have with blogger are: No ability to trackback. As Joe Thornley says, track backs are an essential part of the conversation (plus a good trackback can bring a lot of traffic to a young blog).

Secondly, the commenting process. Some blogs (Canadian Marketing Association) on blogger only allow comments if you're actually signed up and have a blogger blog which is kind of frustrating and again, doesn't facilitate the sort of conversation and interlcoking memes that makes the blogosphere such a powerful tool.

Ed