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Scott at Philly Future: October Philly Bloggers’ Meetup this Saturday: This month’s very spooky Philly bloggers’ meetup is taking place this Saturday, October 29, 2005 at 3:00 PM. It should be a spooktacularly good time with other local influencers (as I shall now call bloggers henceforth). The food is good, the beer is flowing, and […]

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The Young Friends Came Out in Droves

Howard at Philly Future:: Well, Project H.O.M.E.‘s inaugural Young Friends Event appears to have been a smashing success, going off last night without a hitch. For those who missed it, there are photos, as our resident shutterbug Albert Yee was live on the scene; so were several other members of the Philly Future team. The […]

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TONIGHT: The Project H.O.M.E. Young Friends Event and Wal-Mart

In light of yesterday’s article at the NYTimes, maybe some will have a new appreciation of this. The article summarizes a memo (downloadable here pdf) in which Wal-Mart’s board of directors propose ways to hold down spending on health care and other benefits. Ways that those of us who have been among the working poor […]

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PC Magazine rates sharing and tagging services (participatory bookmark managers)

I forgot about PCMag’s review of a number of these services earlier today. Curiously they miss RawSugar and Furl, slam del.icio.us (which misses the strength of community point I made earlier), and mistakenly say you need Yahoo!’s toolbar to use MyWeb (incorrect – they have bookmarklets like everyone else!). via Jeremy Zawodny. Update: Wikipedia has […]

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Participatory bookmark managers

Furl, one of the first participatory bookmark managers, launched a while back, had some hype, got bought by LookSmart, and disappeared from the radar of the digerati. I’m now using three different bookmark services – and following the community of a forth – which is downright nuts – but I can’t help the curiosity – […]

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Getting Unbanned by Google

For a long time phillyfuture.org was blacklisted by Google – a previous owner of the domain abused it and Google reacted by banning it from the index. For months, after getting the domain back, I attempted to get Philly Future indexed by Google. I followed its instructions, not realizing we were blacklisted. Philly Future had […]

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