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Daily link Wednesday, September 21, 2005

I'm watching my Slingbox. On right now is CNN. There's an airline that's about to emergency land at LAX. Dramatic video happening right now.

Update: safe landing. I WANT THAT PILOT!!! Damn that was a great landing. He went right down the middle and landed it so lightly the gear didn't even snap off. (The front nose gear was bent).

5:53:24 PM    Mudpit 

OK, this is a little much. I'm on the home page of right now.

The Webcast starts in about 45 minutes (at 11:30 a.m. PT). To prepare yesterday I went over and talked with the MSN Search folks. I wanted to better understand their algorithms and the impact search engines are having on blogs.

Why is blogging still important? Because of the fuel that Google, Yahoo, and MSN's search engines pour on blogs. Turns out that there's some real reasons why blogging will help your business appear high in Google. Is that important to your business? To more and more businesses it is. It's why Danny Sullivan's search engine-focused conferences sell out every year.

Anyway, gotta go prepare for the webcast. See ya at 11:30. It's interactive. I don't know as much as you do and I want to learn more.

Oh, and we did get our slides in. ;-)

10:52:26 AM    Mudpit 

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