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Threadwatch has this today about Matt Cutts’ blog being googlewashed – virtually removed from results pages by the presence of a large number of duplicates of the same article on other sites. This is problematic for Google, and all the ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 06 Oct 2005 | 0 comments
Acquisitions like this signal the increasing inertia towards consolidation in the "Web 2.0 space" -- for lack of a better term. Upcoming.org is an example of the trend toward participatory software. Back in the day, when software was king, ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 05 Oct 2005 | 0 comments
Currently, the blogosphere is unable to defend itself against the onslaught of trackback spam . One of the most useful and under-utilized aspects of blogging is increasingly being disabled across the blogging landscape as popular blogs succumb to ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 05 Oct 2005 | 0 comments
This seems like a problem that must have been solved already: How does one create a URL that links to a specific frame/time in an audio or video stream? HTML pages are fine grained; you can link right to a specific word with an anchor. But I can't ...
Blog Entry by Tim Callan | 30 Sep 2005 | 0 comments
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 | 27 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