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The Ravine / Joseph Dunphy

Top Digg User Zaibatsu Banned - Reactions from Both Zaibatsu and Digg Management - ReadWriteWeb - 0 views

    WARNING: Mild profanity at the other end of this link, too. Unavoidable, as it is found in the quoted material. Brief report of the incident, along with a much longer taped interview with the banned user, marred by prejudgement from the interviewer, who can't seem to let go of a fixation on the idea both sides in this absurd incident must have a point, or that at least Digg must. Quoting the post: "We get the feeling that there is more to this story than we have managed to unearth ... Clearly Digg feels that Zaibatsu has violated their terms multiple times and it appears they've simply had enough." In other words, corporate spin should be taken naively, at face value. Zaibatsu does himself no favors in his response, by choosing to be conciliatory in his response. In a civilized society, there's nothing wrong with that, but we're not living in one of those. We're living in one that still bears imprint of the same fun loving culture that brought us the concept of "trial by combat" and it shows. When you are wronged and you are speaking, keep it short, keep it sweet, and let your anger show. Do not offer to turn the other cheek, and do not express concern for those who have wronged you, for these civilized acts will never be understood by the uncivilized men with whom you deal to be anything other than a confession of guilt.
Sean Brady

Seven Tips for Making the Most of Your RSS Reader - 4 views

  • Use Multiple Services
    • Sean Brady
      I really don't agree with this section. Why split your ready? Use folders or tags to split out the information you find most relevant, and skip the rest.
    Good article if you are just getting going with RSS. I think the comments shine more than the article in some cases, so don't skip them.\n
Graham Perrin

Simpy import botched - 75 views

> >600 tags to edit by hand, but at least I can do it. Sort of. Tip: don't rush to do them all at once. Edit a tag only when required. I'll be less painful.

simpy import bug tags-related tag resolved

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