Monthly Archives: February 2010

The eBook pricing debate attracts fuzzy math

As the saying goes, if you can’t baffle them with brilliance, then befuddle them with math. Actually, that’s not the way the saying goes, but in this case, the math being “composited” (or should that be, “composted”) and the way … Continue reading

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How Google’s algorithm rules everything

Steven Levy has a fascinating look at Google’s algorithm in Wired magazine. For those of us who are hopelessly wonkish about all-things-Google, there is little new in the facts presented — it’s not a “how-to” article about search engine optimization … Continue reading

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I witnessed a miracle 30 years ago today

[Note: Eight years ago today, on February 22, 2002 (yes, I was blogging back then), I wrote about one of the most incredible experiences of my life. The very first hockey game I ever saw in person was the most … Continue reading

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Hire us, we can help you kick their ass

I feel the need for bluntness. Over the past several months, I’ve been in many conversations with potential clients about ways in which the content marketing company called Hammock can help find, create and syndicate content that will improve their … Continue reading

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On another content channel, you can find news about content

On Hammorati, the Hammock Inc. Blog, there’s a post about the Custom Publishing Council changing its name to the Custom Content Council. As one of the people who help form the organization 11 years ago, I concur with the decision. … Continue reading

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