Speedlinking – 4 March 2007

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  1. Peter Cooper says:

    I’ll never make it on that list because I’m too restless. I’ve been blogging full-time since September 1999 but have ploughed through about 6 personal blogs in that time. The highest post count I reached on one of those was 1626 before I moved yet again :)

    I have great admiration for the staying power of the others!

  2. Maki says:

    I think the translation thingy is really cool. I would love to get my blog read by more people from all over the world.

  3. Anita says:

    I’m amazed at the # of posts on some blogs. I’ve averaged 2 a day on my site, but it only opened in October. Alex at Neatorama averages more like 16 a day, and is up over 6,000. Darren, I guess you’re probably well over the 10,000 mark if you count all your various blogs ;)

  4. Allen.H says:

    Anita: I suspect Neatorama is owned by one body but the posts come from more than one blogger..


  5. Elias says:

    I almost fully agree with Stuart on the ethics of blogging. I think it’s fair and legitimate to be rewarded for our work. At the same time, we cannot evade being a bit biased by being paid for a post. But when does anyone write a totally unbiased post? I think this will always be there, paid or non-paid stuff has a certain personal bias to it. We write about people we know, and we don’t want to hurt them, or we don’t want to ruin a relationship just for telling a piece of the truth.
    The main challenge is being able to honestly show we are striving to show a balanced view, at the same time admitting our humanity and accepting that there will always be some form of bias in our writing.

  6. Nicholas says:

    Yes, I have a few friends who only go to websites with Chinese translation… I think your readership will increase even more if you test out translation to chinese and spanish.

  7. Edward says:

    How can Neatorama have so many posts when he started his blog only in October 2006 ?

    And congratulation for Darren for being listed in the most prolific bloggers !

  8. I fully agree with ur view of translating

  9. Hans says:

    that would be a nice feature to allow translated version of your great content….but why not use translation plugins instead..I think they would do a great job for you.

  10. Cogmios says:

    7,282 posts at – handwritten… I am so pathetic lol :)


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