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Writing on webpages is the future of the internet

I like writing comments right onto the screen of a webpage. This is the future of the internet. I want a browser where i can draw right onto the screen, and then take a screenshot and post it to any social media site. Right now it takes many leaps to write on a webpage. Screenshot […]

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Bookstore of the future

What could the bookstore of the future look like? Bethanne Patrick, Executive Editor of Book Riot, asked this question on her blog post, “The Bookstore of the Future, Installment One: What Would Don Draper Handsell?” (hat-tip to @dbsalk for tweeting a link to this post.) I’d love to see specific niche-by-topic bookstores. Like a bookstore […]

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Blogger comments system is kinda bizarro

One of the reasons why I don’t host this blog on blogger is that blogger makes it too hard to comment. At first glance their commenting form looks like any other. You type in your comment. You get to pick what profile you are commenting as (Google, Livejournal, WordPress, Typepad, AIM, openID, Name/URL) You click […]

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What’s the reason why we shared that article?

One of the readers of this blog posted an interesting comment that no explanations are needed when sharing articles. Simply sharing with like-minded people should be enough. The headline should stand for itself. I can see an argument for that. It’s like gift-giving. Often at birthdays we give gifts and there doesn’t always have to […]

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How to use Google to distribute niche content

Do you have too many interests? Is your blog all over the place? Mine is. It’s hard to promote my spudart blog when I cover such a wide random range of topics. Same thing with Google Plus. I use Google Plus to share articles. But those articles are so random. But now I’m started to […]

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Disney should have a genius bar with Disney experts

My brother Erik on Disney: I was really impressed with how every single Disney worker was incredibly kind. From the waiters to the street sweepers to the whatever else job there is-ers. And it wasn’t a “I’m being nice because i have to be nice” attitude. They seemed genuinely nice. People really, really like Disney, […]

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Content marketing blogs added to my reading list

In addition to the 11 blogs on my