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On Sunday night I was preparing the next lecture for my webinar, sale urologist “Monitoring and Participating in Online Conversations, illness ” and was trying to demonstrate how to turn a keyword search on Technorati into an RSS feed.
The process is straightforward and recognizable for anyone who regularly does ego-surfing or conducts “personal [...]

 
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Last month Facebook unveiled Facebook Platform to enable developers to use Facebook’s API and integrate applications into the social networking site.

One my favorite applications in MyQuestions (you’ll need to be logged into Facebook to see the application), rehabilitation herbal which makes it easy for your Facebook friends to give you instant feedback [...]

Come out of your lurking shell!

Earlier this week I installed a nifty little tool from Snap for the blog.
Roll over the links on this site (internal links excepting) and a little window should pop up with a thumbnail preview of the page you’d be linking to. Here’s a screen capture from my blog to help you get the idea:

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Welcome to 2007.
Technorati Tags: 2007
(I like unusual Technorati tags)
Here’s how a newborn — namely, this web my son — rang in 2007. As you’ll see, traumatologist he can barely contain his excitement.

Most of the soundtrack comes courtesy of my 12-year-old daughter.
Technorati Tags: 2007
An interview with Grammar Girl podcast host, salve [...]

With the success of CaseCamp Second Life and the speed at which the passionate new-media crowd moves and innovates, caries stomatology I should have seen this one coming.
Another *Camp is headed to the virtual world: PodCamp.
The unconference for podcasters and new-media enthusiasts, which began with a flourish in Boston back in September and [...]

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A good video interview here by JD Lasica at last weekend’s PodCamp West with Michael Geoghegan that’s all about the business of podcasting.
Michael certainly knows of what he speaks, no rx phlebologist having created the popular — and lucrative — Grape Radio podcast. He’s also the CEO of GigaVox Media network [...]

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The blog that almost was …

Love this shot of from Shel Israel, illness meningitis who’s presently traveling through Europe meeting creative and passionate people as he researches his next book about “Global Neighborhoods.”

Part of Shel’s description:
She was sitting there in the doorway of an Estonian home built perhaps 800 years ago, unhealthy ignoring the rain, pills [...]

Donna Papacosta offers an excellent comment in response to a post by Leesa Barnes about questions to ask and issues to consider when deciding whether to hire a “podcast consultant.”
Donna writes:
I would look for business experience, pharm sick particularly communications experience. This comes back to the idea of content as all-important in [...]

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The PodCamp festivities got going with a bang last night as the good folks from the Berkman Center hosted a reception for us at Harvard Law School.
We have a good rundown of the evening on the PodCamp Boston Blog and includes video from Chris Penn’s welcome and audio from an inspiring talk by Chris Lydon [...]

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Boston archbishop starts a blog

The PodCamp festivities got going with a bang last night as the good folks from the Berkman Center hosted a reception for us at Harvard Law School.
We have a good rundown of the evening on the PodCamp Boston Blog and includes video from Chris Penn’s welcome and audio from an inspiring talk by Chris Lydon [...]

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