- PodShow – Podcast network
- Mitchell Rose: Comedic Short Films
- Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things
- Sifry.com – David and Micah Sifry’s blogs
- Blogossary – The blogosphere’s dictionary.
- BooYahoo! – Blog advocating the boycott of Yahoo! for giving the Chinese government data that lead to the imprisonment of dissidents.
- Mankato Area Internet Directory
- Salon.com Arts & Entertainment | Audiofile – MP3s from Salon.com
- FeedAdvisor – Helps you find RSS feeds based on what you already like.
- PR Squared – Public relations
Wright – Deadpan comedian.
- jaymcinerney.com – Author of
Bright Lights, Big City.
- Salon.com Arts &
Entertainment | Audiofile – Salon’s MP3 blog.
- Mankato Area Internet
Directory – Find Mankato area businesses.
- Rochester Post-Bulletin’s
Blog – If you want to get in, don’t choose "Other countries".
- New Media Musings – Charting democratic, grassroots media.
- FLUXBLOG – Sometimes Shame Can Be Fun
- Into the Blogosphere – Acedamia on blogs.
- FeedBlitz – Email blog and RSS
- PodcastAlley.com – The place to
- digg / diggnation /
dugg – Dug stories from Digg Nation podcast.
- Radio Juno Beach – Minneapolis based Internet radio.
do I download a video to my Sony Playstation Portable? – An answer is needed because the PSP sure as hell don’t provide the answer in their manual.
- PSP Video Converter – PSP Video Express
- Digeo :: Moxi – Cable guide interface for DVRs.
- Revver – Video sharing and search engine.
I noticed today that my Google Toolbar was finally displaying a Page Rank today. That means that Google has officially recognized my blog. Many of us in the search engine marketing industry believe that Google puts new sites in a virtual sandbox and, as a result, will not list pages from your site very often in their search results pages.
So, for what it’s worth, my first post on this blog was on August 5, 2005 and today, October 26, Google has officially recognized TwinCitiesMinnesotaBlog.com. Now I’ll have to watch my stats to see if visits from Google increase.
For those of you interested in online promotion, here are some links to my posts at my e-strategy Internet Marketing blog.
I plan on experimenting with podcasting failry soon, so I’m starting to pay attention to the subject quite a bit. My inagural post at e-strategyblog.com was a piece comparing Radio Userland and my new best friend, TypePad. I also did a short piece on business podcasting.
I first read about the Greek Tragedy blog–basically Sex and the City in blog form–in a piece the Strib ran. Read about the elements I believe make it, and other blogs, sucessful. I did a short piece on the pissing match between Yahoo, Google and MSN over which has the larger index of documents. Madden video game fans can read my piece on product (music) placement in that game and GTA fans
Thanks to Emily Robbins‘ wonderful How To Blog blog, I can now offer you, gentle feed readers, specific RSS category feeds. The ability to categorize posts was a very appealing feature of TypePad when I decided to go with it as my primary blogging platform, but I assumed that the ability to offer category-specific RSS feeds would be built in.
It was not. Thus, Ms. Robbins’ "Create Category-Specific RSS Feeds" post was particularly helpful.
As a result, you now have a brand-spanking-new Vikings RSS Feed. I’ll post a page of all the category-specific feeds after I’m done creating them.
I’ve decided to abandon my Blogger.com blog in favor of this, new, and improved TypePad blog because I wanted more flexibility and TypePad definitely give me that.
The one big drawback I’ve discovered for TypePad, though, is that their importing function doesn’t work for Blogger.com. I’ve put in a request to help me out and though TypePad was quick to respond, they didn’t know what was causing the problem.
The short of it is for the moment I cannot import my previous blog’s posts. You’ll have to bear with me.