I’m looking to exchange links with a few people. I’m planning on adding a blogroll to my sidebar below my main navigation and all links will appear site wide.
If you’re interested in exchanging links with me, contact me and tell me a little about your website and be sure to include your website address.
As you can probably tell from my site content, I have an open mind, I’m really into technology and I have a pretty good sense of humor but links to questionable material will not be accepted. If unsure whether your site or link will be accepted please ask.
So why would you want to exchange links with me? Well for starters, havelaptopwilltravel.com has been online since June 3, 1999, I receive 1,000’s of unique visitors everyday from all over the world, 34.46% of which return on a regular basis and my Google Page Rank is 7.
Looking at my Google Analytics reports, as of this post 66.84% of my visitors are from the United States, 10.62% are from the United Kingdom and 8.29% are from the Netherlands. I do get visitors from Canada, Sweden and a few other places as well. If you’d like more details, just ask.
Back in December, 2004 Noah Glass and Evan Williams founded a small company based in South Park, San Francisco, California called Odeo.
For those of you that don’t know, Odeo is a creative way to record and share audio. The best part about the service is it’s free. You can record audio and then share it with your Odeo contacts, by email, or by placing it in a Channel for all the world to hear. Audio from Odeo can be downloaded to desktops, iPods, and mp3 players.
Well on July 13, 2006 they officially launched a new service that helps groups of friends bounce random thoughts around with SMS.
You can find it at http://twttr.com. Twttr is pronounced “twitter” if you were wondering.
Evan Williams has a great technology past. He most recently was with Google, where he ran their personal publishing service, Blogger, which he co-founded in 1999 and later sold to Google in early 2003.
I bet Evan used the money from the sale of Blogger to fund Odeo. I wonder what he sold it for? We’ll probably never know the juicy details thanks to Non Disclosure Agreements.
Annoying someone via the Internet is now a federal crime…
It’s no joke. Last Thursday, President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity.
In other words, it’s OK to flame someone on a mailing list or in a blog as long as you do it under your real name. Thank Congress for small favors, I guess.
Live Journal has indeed been sold to Six Apart.
Read more below:
Official press release: