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Speedlinking – 6 January 2007

  • Aaron has started a series of posts titled Podcasting Essentials where he’s going to be unpacking some of the lessons from starting his own podcast.
  • Do you have a Bad Back or Sore neck from all those hours in front of the computer? Web Worker Daily has some exercises that all good ProBloggers need to learn.
  • Graywolf takes a cynical look at Google reader and wonders out loud how much of the data they’re collecting there is impacting their Search algorithms. I have to say I’ve been thinking similar things lately – its just one more reason to work on your RSS subscriber levels.
  • TechCrunch announced the addition of forums today – seems to be something in the air with blogs and forums at the moment.
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Comments

  1. surfaddict says:

    hi, thanks for the web worker daily exercise. Sometimes, I always forget about it. Thanks for remind me.

  2. Richie says:

    Thanks for those links, Darren. The exercises for computer workers was a good reminder that we bloggers have to look after our health.

    Haven’t found any exercises that will alleviate the pain caused by slapping forehead in disbelief at some of the things people say on forums though…

  3. Great links Darren, thanks!

    FT
    http://www.milliondollarjourney.com

  4. John says:

    Good links but where’s the link for Graywolf?

  5. I do not understand all the hype with forums. Many of them never get many members/posts and nothing, to me, is a bigger turn off than a stagnant forum.

  6. Thanks for the link, as always, Darren. :)

  7. Thanks for the info

    Allen