Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Marketting your Blog

I surprised to find blog aggregates are not mention in most posts about marketting your blog. A aggregate summarises and links to list articles in your RSS and ATOM feeds, so if you want to be read, it makes sense to take the time to get yourself listed on available aggregators within your subject group. As an example BlogKnox and Feed Distiller will list your site from this link, so all you blogger get yourselves listed, its completely free and gains your both google link juice and direct readers from RSS reading lists.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Lovefilm UK, Gypsy Corner

I was sent to Lovefilm in Gypsy Corner for a Perl, LAMP stack interview, royally screwed up my SQL interview question and was told, I was too old to learn or be taught, at the merry age of 41! I thought progamming was a lifetime career, clearly not with these people.

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Cyber Currency

2 March 2012, BitCoin had 1500 BTC robbed from a third party site having its Bit coin generator open. Previously the currency was thought to be mathematically secure. But not it seems safe from
having generating site hacked. BitCoin had promised to be a new world currency, that of a free
extra government internet. Although there was no legal force to force replayments of debt, and no
government to control BitCoin except the BitCoin group itself, the mathematics of algorithm was thought to be enough to secure the currency.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Bloggers moving to communties sites.

If you want readers, it seems you can't stand alone. I've found moving to science2.0 a great way to get readers, and also a peer group to interact with, this no doubt will be true of any subject. It also means I need to redesign my aggretator. When following the output of a group of single subject sites, I need a system that categorizes contain for multiple sources into super and sub categories, and also some moderation system. So i'm going develop one in the coming year. I can give the idea away here, because a course so few read me, ha ha.