Posts tagged ‘bollocks’

iCorrect: Wire service for the rich and famous

Last weekend, Elizabeth Renzetti wrote a piece in the Globe and Mail about iCorrect: We can thank Sir David Tang for these pointed darts of defensive…

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More Evidence That Compete, Alexa and Quantcast are Largely Bollocks

Whenever I get a chance, I discourage marketers (or anybody else) from trusting web metrics companies like Quantcast, Alexa or Compete. In my experience, the numbers…

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How to Fake Oenophilia

I don’t drink. I did when I was a teenager, but that was mostly for show. I never really acquired a taste for alcohol. Plus, I’m…

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Boring Site Note: Ignore This Post

I’m just trying out this Scoutle silliness. Not sure about that name, by the way. Scoutle.com In order to activate the service, I’m obligated to post…

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Crime, Crime and More Crime

I don’t know why I ever listen to or watch the news. I find it extraordinarily frustrating. I turned on the CBC’s Early Edition this morning…

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How FriendFeed Splits the Conversation

I’ve been hearing plenty of noise among the Alpha Geeks this week about the sudden emergence of FriendFeed. It’s basically a way to aggregate all of…

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Keyword Stuffing: Everything Old is New Again

Thank goodness keyword stuffing was a Web 1.0 problem, and a thing of the distant past. Yay for tags!

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Can Somebody Hook Me Up With a Jaiku Invite, Please?

For professional reasons, I’m forcing myself to pay more attention to this whole microblogging/status trickle space. I believe I’ve discovered a way to update Twitter, Pownce,…

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