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Archive for March, 2004

Group Dedicated to Social Network Analysis

Sunday, March 21st, 2004

Interested in the science of Social Networking? Then go to the International Network for Social Network Analysis. Interested in anecdotal information on the power and benefits of social networking? Then read on.
Dan Gillmor writes that he is “not blown away” with what’s happening in the social networking sites. I agree. Tom Mangan invited [...]

Bike Riding and WiFi Thoughts

Saturday, March 20th, 2004

I went for a nice 46-mile bike ride today on the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County, Georgia. It’s a rails to trails project, which eventually will go all the way to Alabama. It’s always filled with people, plus now lots of new housing development are being built adjacent to it. The trail is, of [...]

Is It Time for Free Public Access WiFi?

Friday, March 19th, 2004

A couple of weekends ago, just before the MediaMorphosis conference, I visited af friend in Venice Beach, California, whose ideas about computing reside back in the 1970s. However, when I opened my laptop, pow, her house was hot with WiFi, probably spilling over from the other tenants in her duplex. A weekend of free and [...]

Improve Your Google & Web Visibility

Thursday, March 18th, 2004

Griff Wigley sent me an excellent link, Google Information for Webmasters, to learn more about getting your URL higher visibility on Google and other search engines.
I especially liked this information:
You can submit to Yahoo! by visiting http://docs.yahoo.com/info/suggest/. You can submit your site to Netscape’s Open Directory Project (DMOZ) by visiting www.dmoz.org. [...]

When Copy Editors Meet, What Do They Talk About?

Thursday, March 18th, 2004

A while back I did an IM Interview with blogger and copy editor supreme Tom Mangan. Today ACES, the American Copy Editors Society, meets in Houston.
I have been monitoring Mangan’s website to see what copy editors talk about. So far we have learned about the high food prices in Houston. But keep watching Mangan [...]

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