- I am not a big fan of liquid layouts. I prefer fixed-width, because the number of words on a line can affect readability. But some great points about blog width that can apply in general to all web sites.
- We worked with Conde Nast Weddings – they’re great folks. I hope this gives their sites another big boost.
- Is it possible that a standard for web analytics definitions could become a reality? I sure hope so. It’d be nice if a page view was a page view, no matter whose analytics software you were using.
- I’ve been noticing an ever-rising tide of application invites, pokes, prods, requests to answer questions, etc. on Facebook. Is this networking site reaching a critical mass of uselessness? In the mean time, LinkedIn just hums along quietly…
- What went wrong? Web 2.0 is a fiction invented by VCs and journalists who need to simplify things. That’s what went wrong. You can’t version evolution. There’s no “Chimp 2.0” or “amoeba 5.0”. There’s gradual change.
- Mark Cuban opens mouth, swallows common sense.
- Sharon Baerny, a marketer and copywriter, has launched her new blog. I’ve worked with Sharon for a long time – anything she writes is worth a read. Check out her blog!
- I was getting all ready to rip Robert Scoble’s recent Mahalo report to pieces, but Rand Fishkin does it so well I don’t need to. Mahalo is a new, human-powered search engine. Scoble rants alternately about SEO and how Mahalo will crush Google. Rand points
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