28. February, 2002 - goodbye to another month
- I had a talk with a friend about Dave's Picks yesterday, and it got me thinking. No, I didn't strain anything, thanks for asking. Seems my
gun-nut freedom-fighter posts don't excite all my readers, and there have been more of them lately. All I can say is that you can't please everyone, so you got to please yourself. I think in the long run, if you expect the level of discourse here to be about what you'd get from me in a bar, you won't be disappointed. The problem is that I can't tell when you're bored and I should move on. Sorry. If there's something you really like (or really hate) about the links, feel free to drop me a note. I can't promise it'll change anything, but I'll listen. And yes, I'm still working on getting some sort of commenting system in place to make conversations possible, but I've been busy working on things that will pay the bills lately.
- Andrew Sullivan wrote A Blogger Manifesto. Part of it tells about how he's making money, which is interesting, even if it probably doesn't apply to me. [scripting]
- Megnut on articles on blogging. She points out that despite being written by professionals most of the articles get some facts wrong. [scripting]
- Dan Bricklin's Observations From a Weblogger. I don't read Dan much anymore, but he has some good observations on how the weblogging universe works. [scripting]
- Google loves blogs because they have lots of links which make for better google searches. [instapundit]
- Site reads Web surfers their rights. If you get a cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer, hie thee over to Chilling Effects to get informed of your rights. If a lawyer is threatening you (such as over a domain-name) and the claim is baseless and meant to harass you, you can also contact that lawyer's state bar association and file a complaint. [instapundit]
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