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Textual Materialism

One of the things studied as an exchange student was “literature science” — i.e. the science of creating literature. We talked about authors who created texts, and then the author as individuals, separated from the text, the author of the … Continue reading
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Is Ignorance the Only Reason for Internet Forums?

I don’t understand why Internet Forums need to exist — the only “feature” I can make out not included in most blogging software today is the ability to ignore another user (seems sort-of anti-social to me, but whatever). Does anyone … Continue reading
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The Internet is Just One Medium — NOT?

Today, I was taken aback by something a friend said. I was doing what I generally do best — ranting. My latest rant craze is about people who do not voice their own opinions (see e.g. the previous post)… — … Continue reading
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Adam Kleinberg on Coke :)

Adam Kleinberg has a very well-written post about Coca-Cola — “Is Coke it?” Well, I think the “it” you should definitely pay attention to is Adam’s post: It is not only well-written but also wonderfully succinct (you will not be … Continue reading Continue reading

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Let’s go to the video tape! :)

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Welcome to FreeZine Online Chat! :D

The idea here is to use this space as a kind of online water-cooler for chit-chat… sharing ideas, stuff you’re working on, care about, whatever. The posts will also be indexed @ http://index.tagseo.com Continue reading

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What is the difference between profanity and SEO?

First of all, let me point out that “search engine optimization” normally has very little (or nothing) to do with the optimization of search engines in general. It is a widely used misnomer — and what it really refers to … Continue reading Continue reading

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You want your content to work everywhere

John Battelle just wrote a fascinating blog post — roughly about the economics of online magazine publications… and so here I am adverting your attention to it. He assumes: you are going to both charge a sub fee, and include … Continue reading
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Freedom and the Art of Weblog Maintenance

I shared the following text today with Anil Dash: Hi Anil, I have been following your recent blog posts with great interest — but I think there is one very simple fact that is very often misunderstood: Reading is FREE … Continue reading Continue reading

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Brand Dilution in Online Advertising

Perhaps one of the most iconic cases of branding is the Campbell’s soup can: – and this is because it is the epitome of repetition (as Andy Warhol also pointed out). Yet does the iconic red and white branding backfire … Continue reading
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