Several weeks ago, The Blog Herald went up for auction for around 75,000 US dollars. Just yesterday, the press release was that BlogMedia Inc bought TBH. My question is, what happens when a blog gets sold to someone else? 1. You say goodbye. Duncan does his farewell post, comparing the blogosphere to the Ultimate Question … Continue reading what happens when a blog gets sold?
I’d like to congratulate my friend and fellow Southridge alumnus Gabe Mercado and SPIT (The Silly Peoples Improv Theater) and his wife for launching their first podcast! Gabe Mercado has been juggling his career as TV and movie actor, stage performer, and one of the founding members of the award-winning band Dapulis. He has also … Continue reading The SPITcast!
Every morning, I check out my WP dashboard to see if I received new trackbacks and links over the evening. Some of the sites that link back are a little duh, but every once in a while I find gems such as these… So cool. Portable, inflatable. from The Gadget Garden
The last PR update was five months ago. The online community is expecting another one soon. PR updates are important because they determine how “valued” your webpage is. For those who earn money online, a PR of 6/10 merits around $100 in advertising ads from various sources. You can check your site’s PR by typing … Continue reading Google Updates PageRanks… again!
Our government is allocating a budget of P50 million pesos to redesign the front of the gov.ph website. That’s one big bag of whatdafuck. What are they gonna install? Laser beams? (pewpewpew) [Yuga linking to INQ7.net]
Technorati has released the State of the Blogosphere for 2006, at least the first part of it – what’s been going on, how fast it’s growing, where it’s headed and how much spam there actually is out there. Technorati is a blog / web indexing service that keeps track of what’s going on in the … Continue reading State of the Blogosphere for Feb 2006; Part I
A lot of my friends have been asking how they can increase the number of hits on their blogs. Most friends are “casual bloggers” where topics range from thoughts, rants about work, what they did that day – that’s all well and good if your blog is privy to close friends and followers. However, if … Continue reading Blog Tip: A good title
here’s another one for local flavor: “Yuga reads my blog.”
This is so weird. Our sister company, INQ7 did an interview with Duncan Riley, who is part owner of b5media, another company I work for. Duncan is from Australia. INQ7 is in Makati. So weird. It further proves the six degrees of separation thing. Read it here!
“Basta blogger, sweet lover.” hehe, I’m serious!
I made this a few minutes ago. Haha! Check out Kapped! Hope you guys could contribute to the traffic.
Found this new AJAX-based poll system called dPolls.com for your blog. Check it out, its pretty cool. While you’re at it, answer mine!
Remember my post a few days ago about the mystery blog being sold for at least $40,000? Well it turns out (much to my surprise) that this mystery blog is … The Blog Herald written by Duncan Riley. The current high bids are 60K, 65K and 72K. The private auction will be ending today sometime, … Continue reading The Blog Herald is IT!
My Cellphone9 site made number 39 out of the Top 100 Filipino blogs in the past six months. These stats were based on Technorati links. Actually this is unfair. The reason why I have so many links is because I belong to a blogging network. But then again, one of the advantages of network blogging … Continue reading Cellphone9 is in the Top 100 Filipino Blogs
So Engadget does the whole Unpacking routine for gadgets. Here’s mine. I’ve taken a brief hiatus on gadgets for a while and concentrated my efforts to getting myself new clothes for 2006. You see, I rarely shop for clothes but the past month (mid December to now) had me buying shirts and jeans – and … Continue reading Unpacking a WADE shoe