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January 2009

links for 2009-01-30

by Lee Hopkins on January 31, 2009

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Perry Belcher Business: 19 Year Old Kid Makes $30M a Year Online I'm a slacker. Really. I am the same as the female co-anchor at the end of the video. So does a video like this inspire or demotivate? Encourage you to keep trying or encourage you to give up and stop wasting oxygen… (tags: […]

links for 2009-01-29

by Lee Hopkins on January 30, 2009

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Twitoria – How Many Twitter Friends Are You Really Following? Another in the long and ever-growing list of Twitter applications that serve no real purpose other than to waste one's time. You can auto-scour your followers to see who hasn't tweeted recently. But you can't then delete them, you have to go into your twitter […]

links for 2009-01-26

by Lee Hopkins on January 27, 2009

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Don’t Worry You Didn’t Miss the Height of the Blogosphere < Chris Abraham Good read on why the blogosphere is definitely NOT dead. Like podcasting, the wave hasn't even started forming yet… (tags: blogging blogosphere Podcasting chrisabraham) ConverStations: Whistle Stops Sunday – The Presentation Edition Mike Sansone with a collection of 'must-read' links on taking […]

Ultra-Light blogging ahead

by Lee Hopkins on January 25, 2009

in housekeeping

Got to get some urgent writing done, so very little in the way of blogging, podcasting, vidcasting, tweeting, facebooking, etc., coming up for a little while. Just the odd snippet here and there, perhaps. Sorry… I’ll miss you too.

And monitor your accounts. I try to regularly check the websites for my credit cards and bank accounts. It’s best to do this weekly and no later than Friday morning. Why? Because if something is wrong, you’ll want time to reach a real life person at the Customer Service desk and not have to wait all weekend to fix something gone wrong.

links for 2009-01-18

by Lee Hopkins on January 19, 2009 · 2 comments

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RSS Buttons Maker great buttons for your blog/website to easily allow others to subscribe to your site (tags: web2.0 tools blogging blog marketing web internet howto design blogs webdesign community rss blogger resources tool widgets feeds icons webdev wordpress button buttons feed generator)

links for 2009-01-17

by Lee Hopkins on January 18, 2009 · 2 comments

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Meta-Mole: To Boldly Go(ogle) where no Search Engine has Gone Before | MUVEDesign The Metaverse… the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of Search Engine, Meta-mole. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly google where no search engine has gone before. Tip of the […]

Herewith are some stills and video footage of our recent doubling of our rightfully-feared security team

LucasFilm (the ‘Star Wars’ people) built a computer world back in 1986. Named ‘Habitat’, here’s their promo video.

Sarah Stewart has a great blog on using SL to further educate women about birthing issues, as part of the SLENZ project.