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@Jens - looking forward to news about your book.

@James - the issues with TypePad is not resolved, alas. And I am not getting any answers. It looks like I am learning WordPress after all. If you are anywhere online, with the privacy-infringing aggregators that popped up chances are you are everywhere. I am looking to the day when they get regulated as they are in Europe. Call me old fashioned, I still like to engage with people vs. services ;-)

Valeria,

I know we've been talking about the issues you're having re: domain binding and I think that's rotten.

As far as web 2.0 goes - it definitely has thinned my attention span. Fortunately, I've found a path that allows me to screen the services, claim my name online, and then really invest in the ones that are important.

I think it's important to have a presence in many places just so you're found but choose your battles when it comes to really engaging in the services.

-James

valeria and mike. thanks for friendly teasing and pushing me.
- i promised a book long time ago - i know. -
appreciated!

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