Hey you, I have been trying to get in touch! All emails have bounced, even to the address given in the whois-registration. Please contact me, I would like to use the domain.
to a very dear friend who will start a new job with Google in August.
I didn’t write anything in my blog. I happily wrote my name next to somebody else‘s.
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planet sab was launched. (Finally I can use Dave Winer’s great category myself.) Happy Birthday to me. It also means that I have been blogging for more than a year on my other blog (in German).
My first posts dealt with corporate blogging which is still a hot topic, especially now that I have launched one myself. Thanks to Constantin for adding it to the list.
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Back when I introduced the new design, Lee suggested a dash of color. Well, the flickr-badge is back and I added the universaly accepted RSS-icon. Finally, I changed the feed within the style-sheet to the feedburner-feed – the stylesheet still had the critic.typepad.com/planetsab/rdf etc.
End of geek-modus
As the reader might not know, I am a big hockey buff and delighted when posts from Shel Holtz or Steve Rubel use hockey analogy. That in mind, I am envisioning future headlines like "Scoble
signs switches to Expression Engine" or "Chris Pirillo announces to use WordPress".
Although there might be reason for concern regarding TypePad, as pointed out among others by Neville and Steve Rubel, I have decided to stay put with their service (so that’s my headline). I believe in the email message from their CEO, and Colleen and Kymberlie of the customer service have guided me very patiently through problems during my relaunch. Finally, among "regular" work I could not find the time to not only research the various other providers but also get deep into their structure.
That said, today would be a good day to leave your RSS-reader and pay a visit to planet sab. I chose a very simple layout since my design skills are limited (see cry for help) and mirrored it with my other blog, also interchanging headlines. I am not sure about ads yet, originally wanting to include them but fate (=code) seems to interfere and I am not aspiring to go pro anyway. Let me know what you think.
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