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Scoble Is The Intel Mystery Blogger

Rohit has revealed that the Intel mystery blogger is none other than Robert Scoble.

Blogging ROI

If you are a smart business owner, then you probably do things methodically. You likely try and weigh costs and risks against benefits when it comes to any new organizational initiatives.

Mystery Blogger in Intels Blogger Challenge

So, the secret is out, I was the mystery blogger over on the Intel blogger challenge.

Techmeme Honors Links?

Gabe Rivera of news aggregator Techmeme says, “if your blog or news article sends a moderate level of traffic to one of my sites, it will be evaluated for inclusion.”

PodCamp West

Have plans this weekend? Now you do.

Yahoo Beats Google

Yahoo and Google met up Sunday to settle their differences once and for all, in a war of tennis.

Pubcon’s Keynote – Guy Kawasaki

Barry has a summary of Guy Kawasaki’s keynote address at PubCon. It sounds awfully similar to the one he gave at TiECon earlier this year.

Small Biz Folks Forget Blogging

Small business owners, a tip:

Cool WordPress.com Feature

I just learned about this recently. Did you know you can go to:

Blogwild! – Great Resource for Bloggers

Andy Wibbels is a fellow DTM contributor and a very savvy blog consultant. I consider his new book Blogwild! a must have resource for anyone that wants to start blogging. Yes, anyone.

Google Holds $200m For Copyright Claims

Just last week, Google CEO Eric Schmidt denied there was any truth to the rumors that the company would set aside $500 million from the YouTube deal, to protect against any copyright infringement suits.

Beet.TV Has “Chattering Video Wall”

Heheh, this is scary.

Nike.coms Marketing Mistakes

MarketingProfs.com has an interesting article on Nike.com’s search marketing mistakes.

Blog World Conference 2007

Just learned of a new conference for bloggers, taking place in Las Vegas next November.

It’s Zune Time

It’s Zune day. Despite my being harsh, two Zunes arrived tonight for me to play with.

New Screencast Of wikiCalc

Dan Bricklin just put up a new screencast of wikiCalc that shows off some of the features in the same release that will become SocialCalc.

YouTube Is Being Hypocritical

If Michael Arrington hadn’t posted the actual cease and desist letter from YouTube’s attorney, I probably wouldn’t have believed the company had asked him to remove a tool that allows people to download and store YouTube videos.

Valleywag’s New Look and New Focus

Nick Denton’s not too pleased with the path Nick Douglas was taking Valleywag, so he’s kicked him out, changed the look of the site and announced a new focus on more hard-hitting news.

Bloglines Ups Features With Playlists

Of the 175-plus feeds I track using Bloglines, it can be daunting to look at all of them at once. They might as well be stacks of magazines piled up on my desk.

How To Sneak-Peak On Traffic

Do you ever wonder what’s the traffic of ProBlogger, GeekZone or The Bastardly ?

It’s a Great Day in the Arbitrage-Hood

Yessirreee, Google sure is doing a good job of getting rid of those arbitrage links from the ad space.