• meta—ging

    B—ging about b—ging…

    I have a spam comment – let me show you it.

    by  • 8/30/2011 • meta---ging, spam • 0 Comments

    I wrote a post that listed 10-12 songs that appeared in a film, and I received an excellent spam comment that I couldn’t just delete. It has absolutely nothing to do with the post I wrote, other than being about something music-related. No Beatles song, no Simon and Garfunkle, and not talking about favorite songs. […]

    Read more →

    Silly WordPress Feeds

    by  • 1/12/2006 • geek, meta---ging • 1 Comment

    So, somewhere between versions 1.5 and 2.0 they decided to handle all of the redirection and permalinks internally rather than leave it to the fully functional .htaccess file to deal with. At roughly the same time they made a permalink out of /wp/feed/ and they also made the real file /wp/wp-rss2.php stop working properlly. I’m […]

    Read more →

    Feedmap – Blogs in Meat Space

    by  • 11/26/2005 • life, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    I’d forgotten about Feedmap, but managed to stumble across my own site in the index when checking search engine results. I was a bit surprised that MSN’s search results look better, though I suppose part of my dislike for their search is the horrible looking results page you’d normally get…. though, that’s another story. Meet […]

    Read more →

    w00t? What, are you five?

    by  • 11/8/2005 • geek, meta---ging • 1 Comment

    There’s nothing I love more than unsolicited email; well, except email that appears unsolicited in addition to being penned by a 13 year old. Now, I actually may have signed up to beta test this product, but I honestly don’t remember the name of the product, and I have no idea who this Burton guy […]

    Read more →

    It’s $Generic_Award_Name Time Again!

    by  • 11/1/2005 • geek, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    Oh boy; the Canadian Blog Awards have started taking nominations. It’s another award for “Best Blog” in a number of categories, and if other virtual award shows are any indication, each category is going to feature on or two sites that abuse the voting process. This is the sort of thing that makes web and […]

    Read more →

    Donald Trump Blogs from Trump U.

    by  • 8/10/2005 • meta---ging, news • 1 Comment

    It’s not as luxurious as I’d expect, and there’s hardly any 24K gold to be seen. This is not what I would expect to see from this modern day corporate royal named Donald Trump. It’s actually a rather boring looking web page; even Harvard’s Law Blogs look more interesting, and they’re Harvard; not exactly known […]

    Read more →

    Jeremy’s Book for Bl0gging Wannabes is coming…

    by  • 8/8/2005 • geek, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    “Bl0gs will soon become a staple in the information diet of every serious businessperson . . . . Bl0gs offer an accelerated and efficient approach to acquiring and understanding the kind of information all of us need to make business decisions.” — John Battelle, Business 2.0 Go buy Jeremy’s book; buy it from him directly […]

    Read more →

    Advertising dilemma

    by  • 8/7/2005 • geek, meta---ging, movies • 0 Comments

    I decided to start advertising my film site a bit to try to push a couple more people there, and picked a couple rather popular sites to place test ads on. I recieved an email tonight that my ad had been approved by one of these sites, and that it was now in rotation. The […]

    Read more →

    Are you paying attention, Rojo?

    by  • 8/2/2005 • geek, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    I’m using Rojo to read news this week, and it’s taking a bit of getting used to. I’ve managed to tag many of the feeds, though I tend to prefer the way I had them in Bloglines or in Sage; one massive long list. With one big list I can see immediately which feeds I’m […]

    Read more →