Archives for October 2005

Martin Neumann’s Home Office Voice in Top Ten

One of the many things I love about the blogosphere is that so many bloggers are very generous with information. Martin Neumann of Home Office Voice is no exception. So I was pleased to see Martin indulging in some well-earned kudos by being listed in Scott Allen’s Top Ten Most Practical Blogs for Entrepreneurs. As […]

Dave Taylor and Other Pioneers of Online Communities

Of all the bulletins and ezines that have come and gone over the years, one I have enjoyed consistently is The Internet Tourbus (Why Surf When You Can Ride?) bulletin. Year in, year out, this little bus has rolled up to my email box bearing goodies – lots of advice, helpful tips, explanations of internet arcana, plenty of […]

Typepad’s Blues Not Relished by Competitor

It’s hard to keep a secret in the blogosphere and it’s certainly no secret that some Typepad users have been having a less than totally satisfactory experience lately. See for example Toby Bloomberg’s comments at Typepad’s Growing Pains. I like a lot of things about Typepad, but as regular readers of this blog would know […]

A Few Irons in the Fire: My Recent Blog Diversification

I’ve been a bit remiss in the past week in terms of posting to this blog, but I haven’t been idle on the blogging front. In fact, as well as spending some time on my real-soon-now e-book, an introduction to business blogging, I’ve been getting a couple more blogs going. One is a re-working, as […]

Top Ten Weblog Usability Tips with Comments on 1-5

As a longtime admirer of the work of web usability expert Jakob Nielsen I was pleased to find today, via a review on Josh Hallett’s hyku blog, a link to JN’s list of top ten weblog design mistakes, from the point of view of usability, which is a pretty crucial point of view for business […]