Chris Abraham has put together a listing on ping servers, I compared with what I was using in WordPress and there were a few differences. Here is my personal updated listing:- http://api.feedster.com/ping http://api.moreover.com/RPC2 http://rpc.pingomatic.com/ http://api.my.yahoo.com/RPC2 http://api.my.yahoo.com/rss/ping http://bblog.com/ping.php http://bitacoras.net/ping/ http://blog.goo.ne.jp/XMLRPC http://blogbot.dk/io/xml-rpc.php (Registered Danish Users Only) http://blogdb.jp/xmlrpc http://bulkfeeds.net/rpc http://coreblog.org/ping/ http://ping.blo.gs/ http://ping.bitacoras.com/ http://ping.bloggers.jp/rpc/ http://ping.cocolog-nifty.com/xmlrpc http://ping.feedburner.com/ http://ping.rootblog.com/rpc.php http://ping.syndic8.com/xmlrpc.php http://ping.weblogs.se/Continue reading “Essential Ping Servers”
Joel Chessman is writing about Yahoo Mindset a new context relevant searching tool. Reading his take on things got me thinking back to FUSE and what it could have to do with recruitment. Essentially recruiters should be following the four stage in FUSE to help find a better candidate for the job, and search toolsContinue reading “FUSE and Recruitment”
We have all sorts of CXO’s, got a new one for you all Chief Courage Officer (CCO), I like it. It would be good for more CEO’s to have a bit of courage.
The dot jobs team has engaged Joel Cheesman as a consultant to assist with bringing the service to the marketplace. This is a good move, Joel is a smart guy and understands the internet and what makes it tick. I am very interested to see how the global aspects of this new domain are handled,Continue reading “dot jobs progress”
James Farmer (Blogtalk Downunder fame) poses some interesting thoughts around a concept he is calling neighboursphere. Having spent so sometime chatting to James at the conference I kind of know where he is going with this. Here is my 2 cents worth. Virtual communities seem to appear when people publish online (I am expanding thisContinue reading “Your neighboursphere”
During the last few days while at Blogtalk Downunder (if you had not guessed that was where the flood of posts came from) I had the pleasure of meeting some many fantastic people. Some of those people was the team from Zed Tycho who build social networking tools and other cool pieces of software. OneContinue reading “Your Gooru”
Last week ComputerWorld published an interesting article on the new Workplace Surveillance Bill with some fairly major concerns being raised by the Australian Privacy Federation. One quote that stuck out in my mind was:- “A major concern, from a privacy point of view, is as long as employers meet visibility requirements it is open slatherContinue reading “Workplace Surveillance”
Heather Hamilton asks, is it true? I am sorry to say but yes. We had an interesting discussion on this at BlogTalk Downunder when Mark Bernstein used it as an example in his closing comments.
Found this surprising post about Paul Baggaley and the request from the Australian Archives to include his blog in PANDORA. Why is this so significant? Over the last few days there has been an undercurrent theme at Blogtalk Downunder about if blogs will be archived, and once someone passes away will the blog go asContinue reading “Australia Archives”
Some of you might be wondering what happened to the first 3 speakers at Blogtalk Downunder, well the notes are on paper as I did not have my laptop up and running. I will try to document and post soon. Regular readers might also be wondering when the flood of posts will stop, today asContinue reading “Some notes and thoughts”