One more time

One more time

Summary: I may be wrong, but it appears that Tom Foremski has snuck behind the partial text wall in search of page views. Here's the post from Rojo: Tom Foremski, Silicon Valley Watcher There's no doubt about it, Google's patina of goodwill is being dissolved away.

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I may be wrong, but it appears that Tom Foremski has snuck behind the partial text wall in search of page views. Here's the post from Rojo:

Tom Foremski, Silicon Valley Watcher There's no doubt about it, Google's patina of goodwill is being dissolved away. I'm hearing a fair amount of anti-GOOG chatter from all over the place. Personally, I still like Google. I still feel that I get a whole lot more out of Google than Google gets out of me as an internet user. In many ways, Google exemplifies what I call one of the new rules of the new..

Nice setup, went for it, not much there, won't be doing that again.

And one more time to Jeremy, who should know better:

As of today, it's official. You can get MovableType on Yahoo! Web Hosting. And I'll let you in on a little secret. Even though it says "Yahoo! Small Business Web Hosting" you don't need to be a small business to use it. Individuals and Big Business can use it equally well. It's MT for anyone. Given that blog hosting services seem to be a dime a dozen, why would you bother considering Yahoo? Here are a few reasons (thanks to...

Nope, not gonna go there. Tear down that wall, Jeremy. Even the new RSS in your new mail client has gone full text. Ask not what your gesture can do for you...

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  • Thanks for the mention Steve :-)

    It's an old trick to bring *attention* but I'm a newbie, so you got me-won't be doing that again.

    Smiley's aside, like Dan F, I don't have the foggiest what your attention gesture stuff is about, but I must admit, I haven't tried that hard, I must try again once I get a spare moment. Or I'll ask Dan to explain it to me once he's got it figured.

    Here is my contribution on the subject of attention:

    Old Rules: In business, your competition is your competitors.

    New Rules: In business, your competition is not your comptetitors it is someone's grandmother--because she competes for attention. So you'd better give a lot of value away because you are competing with Grandma.
    foremski