My friends gave me this t-shirt as a graduation present two months ago. It is now the “T-shirt of the day” at Googlified.com, nice. UPDATE: The t-shirt refers to my MA thesis which is now online: Blogging for Engines. Blogs under the Influence of Software-Engine Relations
Twelve has always been my favorite number. I don’t know why but I have loved the aesthetics of this number since I was a little girl. 12. While checking my blog’s statistics I notice more and more people finding my blog through the search engines query “anne.” While “Anne Helmond” has always been a very… Read more Twelve is my lucky number (also in the Google realm)
In April 2007 I read on several blogs about a new magazine, the Blogger & Podcaster Guide. I remember going to the website to check it out but I left pretty quickly, somewhat frustrated. The magazine was obviously meant to be read in print form as the online reading interface was slow and full of… Read more Blogger & Podcaster Guide Review
Today we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the word weblog as coined on December 17, 1997 by Jorn Barger. In another two years we can celebrate the coinage of the word blog but in the meanwhile let’s focus on creating new pathways into the history of blogging. Instead of arguing about definitions and dates we… Read more Happy Birthday to Me and You and Everyone We Know!
I wrote a guest contribution for about:blank, a Dutch blog on blogging that has been around since 2002. The post is about my personal blogging experiences and the Blog as an Evolving Object (In Dutch). Enjoy!
It’s been over six months since I celebrated my first thousand bookmarks on del.icio.us. Time flies when you are having fun because I didn’t even notice I crossed the 2,000 bookmarks two days ago. But I cordially invite you to my belated “2,000 del.icio.us bookmarks” party! The center of attention today is nr. 2000: #… Read more Celebrating two thousand del.icio.us bookmarks