Rex Hammock’s RexBlog.com
The blog of Rex Hammock, founder/ceo of Hammock Inc., a customer media and marketing services company founded in 1991 in Nashville, Tenn. Rex is also founder/helper-in-chief of the wiki, SmallBusiness.com.
RexBlog.com was created in August, 2000.
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Daily Archives: Monday, April 3, 2006
This Bud’s for my in-laws: My children’s grandparents have car tags (in two states) that express their University of Florida pride. My mother-in-law (Getum) has one of the most impressive wardrobes of orange and blue outfits ever worn in Gainesville. … Continue reading
Gabe steps up to the plate with Ballbug: Gabe Rivera uses his memeorandum blog-conversation-tracking engine to power up Ballbug. (His blog post announcing it.) This comes a few weeks after the launch of Gabe’s “dirt-digging” celebrity gossip grabber, WeSmirch.com. Congratulations, … Continue reading
The NYTimes.com stays old-school when it comes to RSS feed orange thingee: This afternoon, I finally got around to looking at the NYTimes.com redesign all the way to the bottom of the page. Interesting to observe they didn’t “evolve” their … Continue reading
Is it about news or is it about paper? (From AP) “Newspapers’ online audiences are growing rapidly, according to a new industry study, highlighting a key growth area that newspapers are seeking to exploit as print circulation continues to be … Continue reading
Dumenco dancing on Cargo’s grave: Simon Dumenco is rejoicing that CondeNast’s Cargo (which he calls, “the insipid men’s shopping magazine”) has failed. Here’s a snippet: “Advertisers figured out the limitations of a magazine that existed mostly to suck up to … Continue reading