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Blogging for the Hell of It

Yesterday, in a class on “Blogging” that she was teaching as part of a course my company produced, Erika Napoletano said something to the effect that, “Nobody blogs just for the hell of it.” My first response was: “Actually, I … Continue reading

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This Post Has No Value

Philosophy simply puts everything before us, and neither explains nor deduces anything. – Ludwig Wittgenstein “Epistemology pays no bills,” Martin remarked drily. – Charles Stross, “The Singularity Sky” When I wrote about the “database of intentions” and linked that concept … Continue reading

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Two Thoughts on the Link Economy

This Sunday past, Richard MacManus published an article on ReadWriteWeb.com entitled, “Content Farms: Why Media, Blogs & Google Should Be Worried.” MacManus believes that Google et al. should be worried because ranking algorithms use in-bound links as an indicator of … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Money

Better a debtor than pay with a coin that does not bear our image! – Friedrich Nietzsche I’ve never been motivated by money. Well, that’s not entirely true. I have been motivated by money to the extent that having money, … Continue reading

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