The Daily Square – Poetry In Motion Edition

June 14th, 2006 · 4 Comments
by Kassia Krozser

Today’s links of interest:

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4 responses so far ↓

  • David Thayer // Jun 15, 2006 at 10:12 am

    Re Brenda’s post. My posts are hijacked by odd looking sites and offered as original content. A French Door company has posted some of my fiction and of course my friends in the long haul trucking business frequently repost, perhaps in the hopes of staying awake on those drives through Georgia. I do hope you’ll read my blog before buying those new French doors. Mention me and win a two thousand mile ride in a tractor trailer. Thanks for listening!

  • Brenda Coulter // Jun 15, 2006 at 11:29 am

    David, those splogs (“spam blogs”) are usually hosted by Blogger. If you report them, they’ll be shut down in a New York minute. I’ve stomped on and killed about a dozen splogs in the past few months.

    But not all of the content stealers are actual splogs. The one that’ s ticking me off right now actually posts some original content as well as articles that other bloggers have submitted. On purpose. Yeah, go figure.

    Booksquare, thanks for the link. I was instalanched by Miss Snark (who knew she had that many readers?) and yesterday Media Bistro started sending me traffic, so I’m just eating up all this attention. Thanks, everyone, for feeling sorry for me!

  • Booksquare // Jun 15, 2006 at 2:23 pm

    Splogs are my new enemy — alas, my old enemies are still alive and spamming from other quarters.

    Brenda, though I do normally do the links all by my lonesome, Jill Monroe was up incredibly early yesterday and had the link ready to go before I’d ground the coffee beans (she knows when I’m sick and jumps in even before I have to beg. I will, naturally, take full credit for having such a brilliant friend…

  • David Thayer // Jun 15, 2006 at 3:29 pm

    I feel as though I’m walking down Main Street in Dodge City at High Noon but it’s not Dodge City it’s Splog City and oh man splogged again.