Feedster Spin Spam Blog Strategy, Miss Point EntirelyNow, young Scott Johnson over at Feedster has managed to get himself a spot over on MediaPost where he's talking about the problem of spam blogs or "splogs", if you're a complete wanker.hiv home test kit
I'm not really sure what to think of the above comment. Is it a spam comment? At first, because of the link, I thought it was. Then I investigated a little the "splog" discussion, and the newest idea is that blogs that are basically copy-paste products are bad.I suppose I would be "Missing Point Entirely" because the poem I present is but an attempt to translate a Japanese poem (haiku) by Bashō.Well, to be perfectly honest, I wasn't really interested in the poem as a translation of anything else than a real event, that of a frog leaping through a pond. Mimesis at its most agreable. At the same time, I put links to the original article and blog - which anyone interested in the poem will surely visit.I consider this blog a crossing between a notebook and a DJ set. Some findings receive long, sometimes too long, comments. Others are simply hints, snapshots, little discoveries. Thus, my dear spam-like anonymous visitor, my point might not be quite the same as The Point.
Vvoi, its not worth. You have been in Poland I think, when Blogger invented the Word-VerificationGo to: Settings---Comments, then turn Show word verification for comments? on YESI like the Frog-Image
I hate spam!Long live Vvoi!Whos thoughts culture our world
vvoi,"Too long"? Hey, I'm a verbal guy. Sometimes length is a requirement.And, boy, is that first message spam! Take care.Geof
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