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Month: October 2007

The Unholy Church of Wikipedia

The Unholy Church of Wikipedia

I’ve made it a point not to read too far into my notes from SMX until next week when I’ll start blogging more in depth posts… but I simply can’t resist the temptation tonight to just address the holier than though attitude practiced by some wikipedians. So, if you’re a wikipedia volunteer, editor or admin… please listen up. I understand that your time is valuable. Donating endless hours in an effort to improve the world’s most popular reference tool is…

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Still Buzzing from SMX Social in NYC

Still Buzzing from SMX Social in NYC

I just got in from SMX Social New York about an hour ago, and I’m absolutely beat. While I’d like to head off to bed, the three red bulls that got me through the five and a half hour ride seem to be forcing my hand a bit. You’d think the last thing I’d want to see right now is a WordPress posting page… But I’m tapped. Anyways, the conference was an incredible success for me and everyone I spoke…

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Welcome to Matt Cutts Monday!

Welcome to Matt Cutts Monday!

I was talking to Loren last week about the early days of the WebmasterWorld PubCon conferences, and in particular, the one up in Boston. At that PubCon in 2003, Gerhart, Travoli, myself and so many others were able to work one on one angles on guys like Tim Mayer, Paul Gardi and of course, Matt Cutts. Believe me when I say, the industry is nothing like it was then — and that’s a bad thing. It was also my first…

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