Hanging in The Cities on (what wants to be) a Spring Day (a little snow still on the ground), talking deep blogging trash with Sharon Franquemont and Mary Jo Kreitzer. They’re both new to the practice (which isn’t quite a discipline, at least in my case). So bear with me as I show off some stuff.
For example, I just looked up personal health records on Google. As it happens, I already had Greasemonkey and the twitter search script installed. Thanks to that neat little hack, a pile of Twitter search results from the live web appears at the top of a Google search. Here’s a screen shot:
Note that among the Twitter results is one from adriana872, who is none other than my good friend Adriana Lukas, who I see also has a tweet that says “targetted advertising is visual spam”. Which resonates with me totally, of course. She links to her own post on the subject, which sources this post by Brian Micklethwait.
Which is all cool and conversation-inducing as well as expertise-spreading and authority-building and stuff like that. (Remember I’m showing how to blog here. Bear with me.)
I’ll also tag the shit out of all the above. Not sure if the tags appear here (I blog in too many places and I forget), but they exist.
I also just tweeted this post, with a #blogging hashtag, and instantly, we get this:
The Live Web indeed.
Tags: Adriana, Adriana Cronin-Lukas, Adriana Lukas, adriana872, advertising, Blogging, Brian Micklethwait, franquemont, Kreitzer, Mary Jo Kreitzer, personal health records, phr, Sharon Franquemont, spam, targetted advertising, tweeting, twitter, visual spam, VRM
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