October 16, 2005

allied 2.0

A lot of folks, they put stock in events and publicity and press releases and news articles and Top 100 bloggers. But it doesn't seem that it takes a majority to declare a 2.o transformation. Sometimes it takes, you know, just some guy. Or gal. Or a certain amount of time to pass by. A time for boredom to come and give way to new thinking and cool tools that do things. And one day, a couple of people go, hey, it's the next point-something.

So anyway...

I'm that gal.

And this is ALLIED 2.0

Welcome.

5 comments:

AKMA said...

I like your new template a lot more than I like Sting.

Didn’t you just say that HaloScan was hosting your comments again? This looks like aa Blogger comment window to me. . .

memer said...

Yeah, it looks like the Blogger popup window thingie. This all looks great, Jeneane -- smells more like a version 3.0 to me :)

Jeneane Sessum said...

crap it is blogger comments agaiN! I've been back and forth and sideways on what to do about comments.

Can anyone comment with the blogger comments, or do they have to have a blogger account?

I don't want to make it hard for folks to comment. I want it to be easy. Lickity quick as mayor nagin says.

thank you.

Anonymous said...

Anyone can post to a Blogger blog as long as you allow for anonymous commentary. Mind you, allowing for anonymous comments might eventually make one vulnerable to spam comments. But that's a problem all the platforms have to deal with (esp movable type). The word verification feature seems to block that off very well, for the time being. Blogger, I think, was the last virgin frontier.

~ memer

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