LOTD: 12/2/2007

  • In what has to be one of the better “get over yourselves” items ever written about bloggers, check out this item from The Onion from late last week. (TB)
  • John Moore writes up Alex Frankel’s “PUNCHING IN: The Unauthorized Adventures of a Front-Line Employee” over at Brand Autopsy. (TB)
  • Over at Signal vs. Noise, Jason Fried shares his frustration about how unsubscribing from email lists can take up to 10 days, whereas signing up can be instantaneous. And he’s right, that shouldn’t happen. (TB)
  • Jeffrey Zeldman (and his commenters) have a good discussion going about Facebook Beacon, which is of course the official topic of the last week on the ‘net. Some good “opt out” options, too. (TB)
  • On Thursday, Web Pages That Suck published an item that I just haven’t been able to get over. (TB)
  • Tiff Fehr shares some details about Digital Web’s latest issue, with a most interesting section on Amazon’s S3. (TB)

By Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.