Monthly Archives: November 2004
Journalist tires of comment spammers because of bandwidth costs – so decides to cut access for offending IP addresses! That’s one original move.
Google Sues AdSense Publisher for Click Fraud: Google has filed its first click fraud lawsuit, charging a Texas-based Web site and its owners generated fraudulent clicks on ads in its AdSense program, causing Google to pay them for useless traffic … Continue reading
I’m late to this but Military.com has bought the blog DefenseTech.org. What this means is that we are on the start of the real curve. Forget the Guardian getting DailyKos to blog – smaller and specialist media companies are starting … Continue reading
Looks like a few people have noticed what we are doing. I’m happy to oblige with a few quotes.
No Need to Click Here – I’m just claiming my feed at Feedster
I went to the IMMA awards on Wednesday. How many interactive advertising and marketing awards can the UK/London take? Three apparently, all from the same publishing company (New Media Age, Marketing Week).
Is this the best example ever for social software? Without the web, probably most Democrat-voting Americans would never have known that most of the world wanted Kerry not Bush. It’s now clear they all knew what we wanted.
I’m a Christian, and I ought to know one when I see one. And the religious Right in the US, which basically now rules the country, are not Christians, they are the new Taliban: Web sites at the Centers of … Continue reading
Check out the staff of the Londonist, published by the Gothamist. They are all in NYC, and all too hopelessly good looking. Haven’t they heard London people are ugly? Get with the programme guys.