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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

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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