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Dave Winer and Doc Searls are talking about a mixup where Doc quotes Winer via a spam blog named Joape . Doc didn’t immediately recognize Dave Winer’s comments which had been “repurposed” (as Dave charitably describes it) on a blog of “unclear ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 29 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
I know the term ping spam has garnered some currency already, but given the ascendancy of the term splog – short for ‘spam blog’ – over the last couple months, I think the term sping – short for ‘spam ping’ – might just win out, for ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 29 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
We’ve been socializing the idea of digital signatures for pings for some time now, and have had to hone our arguments in the face of inevitable and understandable push-back we get in some quarters on this issue.  On the one hand, there’s a clear value ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 29 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
One thing I’ve noticed is that Blogger.com seems to have a pretty good handle on which of their own blogs are in fact splogs – spam blogs. As I mentioned in a previous post, an analysis of the ping traffic that comes into Weblogs.com’s ping ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 27 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
Colleague Billy Sylvester has an interesting idea for RSS feeds and pings – patchcasting. It’s not quite as media-hip as podcasting, but could be a nice new part of the blogosphere on its own.  The idea is to host a “feed portal” where software ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 26 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
Eventful (aka EVDB.com) is a good example of both a useful network service and a source of ping/feed data that not blog-oriented. I've subscribed to their feed for the Target Center , which has at least been useful to keep me informed of ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 26 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
SixApart is talking about Comet , their new blogging platform. Given the simplicity of the tools already out there, like TypePad.com and MovableType, also from SixApart, how much easier can Comet make things? Apparently Comet will let you do more, ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 25 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
One of the intriguing ideas offered by the RSS Ping proposal is the concept of “tokenized” content being submitted as part of a ping.  The goal of this idea is to enable publishers to submit a full content payload as part of a ping message to a ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 25 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
I spent some time this summer talking with Bob Wyman of PubSub.com about “structured blogging”. While we’ve come at from different angles, we both see potential for some exciting innovations in the way posts might be structured in the future. Bob has ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 23 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
I’ve spent some time using the Rojo service lately.  I haven’t invested the time to configure it for what it’s meant for – social networking as blog-reading aide – but am planning on it. However, I have been using a handy feature they offer: the ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 23 Sep 2005 | 0 comments