January 21, 2006
January 20, 2006
Note: the little fill-in box doesn't show so well in Firefox, so use IE or another browser. Matt's webmaster's working on that. If you click on and off the window, you can get it to come to the top. Worst comes to worst, email me by midnight with your particuars and I'll forward it on to OUR BLOG FRIENDS AT ELIMITASTE.
You don't believe me, see Shakespierce.
January 19, 2006
The cause? One dumb blonde joke started on the blogs.
Knock Knock, We're Here.
In almost every presentation about blogging, you will hear experts telling you to join the conversation. That is the same conversation made famous by The Cluetrain Manifesto, the bible of the blogging generation. This seminal work introduced the concept of markets as conversations; conversations that enable powerful new forms of social organization and knowledge exchange to emerge. These new, networked markets have no respect for companies unable or unwilling to speak as they do.
January 18, 2006
My only issue would be if suddenly my content was being used in conjunction with a revenue generating doodad - like google ads or something similar - and I wasn't sharing in the revenue in a mutually-agreed-upon way.
Then we'd have a problem.
Top Ten Sources founder John Palfry suggests adding copyright statements to our feeds. I have no idea if this was what he had in mind, but this is what I added to mine (see red below). Tell me how it looks. I don't know if I can make it tiny. I don't really know what the hell this will do. Except I guess it states the mantra of this content owner/sharer pretty well:
(C) Jeneane Sessum / Copyright 2001-2006
Content may not be redistributed or repurposed in any manner that generates revenue for any entity other than the content owner -- for example through advertising, aggregation, redistribution, or any other means -- without the consent of the author.UPDATE: Try number 2 in consideration of Denise's take:
Bare Statement: You can link to it; you can quote it; you can read it any way it comes to you. But if you're gaining revenue from it, I better be sharing in the revenue in a way that I've agreed to.
P.S., edit: never mind -- the little Blogger RSS footer doesn't seem to work--> the bare statement notice isn't showing up. grrr.
January 17, 2006
The umbrella is turning inside out -- the old edges are the new hubs and vice versa. No amount of glue or good will or philosophical gloss will save the old hubs, the newspaper businesses whose economics and infrastructure are premised on exploiting the now-useless monopolies on printing presses and distribution channels.