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I like cogdog’s entry – adding something of value, plus blogging it out to allow for better tracking of ideas through permalinks and encouraging participation through comments – and think that’s the killer solution. Add something useful to the web and make it search-friendly.
I’ve decided to add a tutorial on Ruby to my weblog and I’ve already seen a massive spike in traffic. I wouldn’t say I’m anywhere near being well-known yet, but focusing in on one area has really helped so far, both respect to gaining an audience and clarifying my goals. 8 years ago
blackmage.org tops google.com .ca and .co.uk
it’s #2 on google.co.jp
that counts as “well known”, right? 8 years ago
i don’t care if it’s all because of 43things, i am now the blackmage
(now all i have to do is pimp my other sites enough and they’ll join this one on page 1)
as the internet as my witness i will own google’s first page whne q=blackmage and encoding is UTF-8, ISO-8859-1 or Shift_JIS … YEAH … EAT THAT YOU OTHER BLACKMAGE’S 8 years ago
bm is #2!
as of this posting, i am the #2 blackmage on the internet!
yay! 8 years ago
ohnoes! my google rank is dropping! quick! someone link to me in a blog! i cannot stand being under geocities! 8 years ago
well, i’m #3 on google for “blackmage” (most of that’s because of 43things, not me)
my sites ( http://www.wakachan.net (imageboard network) http://www.blackmage.org (random stuff) and http://ugjr.blackmage.org (geeky stuff) ) aren’t too bad (wakachan is the highest, the other two aren’t in the first 10 pages)
/me runs off to try and be e-famous 8 years ago
Starting early helps—I bumbled into the web in October 1993 when a colleague handed me a floppy disk (remember those) labeled “Mosaic”. My life was never the same. By November I had set up a web server on a Mac SE/30, read the NCSA tutorial on HTML, and thought it was a much better and interesting way to create hypermedia.
I created the Writing HTML tutorial for a workshop in 1994 (updated and added along the way) and still receive several emails a week world wide from people who still get something out of it (related goal: re-write it for CSS / XHTML).
From static HTML I learned first perl and then PHP / mySQL which powers all of my work now.
But blogging has opened many more doors than any other activity, both in learning web things and connectiing with others. CogDogBlog is now my journal, outlet, and venting space for projects and net technologies.
Oh, I have no formal background- my degrees are in Geology, and everything technical I have learned form the net, peeking at code, and banging my head against the wall. 8 years ago