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By Brian Boyko Contributing Writer, [GAS] Hey – this is Brian Boyko, and I wanted to let you know that I’m going to be contributing on a regular basis to Geeks Are Sexy. I used to be an associate editor at HardOCP.com‘s consumer division, where I wrote OEM computer reviews and have two pretty well-read […]
[Geeks Are Sexy] is currently looking for passionate IT people who are up to the challenge of blogging around five times per week about technology and other IT related topics. Here are some reasons you should consider writing for us: Exposure Write about your passion Improve your writing skills Be part of a community Get […]
I’ve been thinking of implementing a way to reward people who comment on [GAS] for a while now, and I just found out how I would do it. If you look in the sidebar, there’s a new section named “Top Commentators”. From now on, the top six readers who comment the most will have their […]
Tim O’Reilly issued a Draft Blogger’s Code of Conduct yesterday, in response to the blogging ethics questions raised by death threats and other nastiness in comments at Kathy Sierra’s blog. Excerpts: We take responsibility for our own words and for the comments we allow on our blog. We won’t say anything online that we wouldn’t […]
Today David Sifry, founder and CEO of Technorati, published his quarterly report on the State of the Blogosphere, but expanded it to include a discussion on trends in tagging. Dave calls the combination of blogging and tagging “the Live Web” (taken from Doc Searls), and does his best to paint Technorati’s place right at the […]
Happy 404 day! What, you didn’t know today was a holiday? Whether you write dates in mm/dd or dd/mm order, as long as you’re on the Gregorian calendar today’s date is 4/04 — and any savvy consumer of HTTP knows that 404 means “page not found”, a status code encountered far too often in the […]
What blogger wouldn’t like to make some money from their blog? But if you paste a bunch of ads all over your site, your regular readers might get sick of your blatant commercialism. How do you get the best of both worlds? Kiltak recently shared a secret with me on this topic — and since […]