Archive: 2006

My immediate reaction to the announcement yesterday that Time Magazine chose “You” for their “Person of the Year” award was they tossed in the towel and gave up looking. They typically select someone in a leadership role who has caused a major shift somewhere. I can see how Web 2.0 and the usage of YouTube, MySpace and SecondLife also cause a shift in consciousness on a grand scale. But, is this all “you” want? Is occupying our time with make-believeRead more…

Finally, it stopped being a boy’s club game and by way of Lisa, I was tagged for a bit of Blog Tag. If you want to learn more, here’s a helpful Blog Tag Tree. I am from the GrayWolf clan. I’ve lived long enough to have had several lives. Many of them were burned through during my roaring 20′s, just to get a lot of life lessons outta the way. But what you didn’t know… 1. In High School wasRead more…

Here’s a quickie of some fun things, for casual Friday… Andy Beal plays Blog Tag, loosely based on those chain emails you get. I once got one that wanted folks to answer about 25 questions. They were good questions but I didn’t want to think about 25 answers. Who cares about me, anyway? I’m only a B-list blogger….heh. Anyway, cool toy to play with there, Andy. But, you didn’t pick any WOMEN! (Hint to the new Women of SEO siteRead more…

This presentation is a must-see for those who attended the Chicago SES, or wonder what it might be like to attend one. SES Chicago: The Comic Strip by Rebecca Kelley SEOMoz thread here, with comments.

Do you ever have the experience of going somewhere for over four days and when you return, not all of you is “back home” yet? I don’t get this way from family vacations. It’s noticable whenever I attend a conference or seminar in which I meet a lot of new people and the sights are completely different from what I’m used to seeing. Today I feel mostly here now, although most of my work activity this week can be directlyRead more…

If you voted in the Search Engine Journal’s 2006 Search Blogs Awards contest, you may need to return and do a little a bit of deja vu. Turns out the original blog post, with what may have been 80 comments with nominations, was accidently lost. Google’s cache helped rescue the original blog post, but without a few days worth of votes. 2006 SEJ Search Blogs Awards — Check Your Votes! explains what happened. That means there’s still time to voteRead more…

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