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I read this fascinating and rather lengthy article about Amazon recently:

http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/955189-129/the-perks-pitfalls-and-paradoxes-of

I rather enjoyed reading the article, but it concluded with a negative note about the quality of self-publishing. 104 more words

Disqus Comments

Hor·ri·fic Po·et·ics

So I went and started a new blog. This one over at Tumblr. While I occasionally post poetry on here (and will continue to do so) I decided I wanted a virtual space dedicated to posting poetry, specifically that stuff I sometimes write with a darker edge to it. 196 more words

About Writing

Just when you thought they couldn't get any worse, here come sponsored comments

For something that was once a fairly revolutionary addition to the media landscape — imagine, a way to add your comment to a story without having to write and mail a letter to the editor! 504 more words

Conversations Across the Web

As I said in an earlier post, the comments feature on most blog platforms was what turned genealogy bloggers into geneabloggers. We went from being individual bloggers into a blogging community thanks to the comments section. 279 more words

Network

Joys of Geneablogging

This week I’m celebrating 11 years of blogging. Blogging has changed a lot over the years, but one thing hasn’t changed – the ability to make connections. 534 more words

Projects

Disqus Single Sign On

Disqus is a powerful tool to create a discussion on your blog, by which you can write comments and, eventually, share them.

How does it work? 1,159 more words

Programming

Plotting Social Media on the Political Spectrum

Prior research has pretty well established that people are segregated by political philosophy in terms of the networks of people with whom they are connected on social media.   35 more words

Politics