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Web 1.0

Recently, I realized that I haven't updated my static web site in perhaps two years. That's because, of course, most of the information I'm putting on the web is here. And on my Vox page. And on my corporate blog (Write On). With other bits at <a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/mmarques>LinkedIn</a> and FaceBook. So, I made the other page into a map of my Web 2.0 presence, and I tried to make it look like an old-fashioned static page. I'm not sure how well that works, but at least by pointing to dynamic places that I frequently update, it will re-direct people to move along to more current stuff. One of these days I'll have to host the articles I wrote for DigitalEve (back when they were WebGrrls). Or maybe I can re-blog them. I felt sad looking at the old list of links that the information I wrote about getting started in various digital careers is no longer available. Of course, it's so ancient, that maybe those articles aren't applicable any more.


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Sep. 19th, 2007 03:19 pm (UTC)
No, I've noticed this about the websites, they don't seem to get updated very well. Sometimes I'll visit my favorite author's website, and I swear, there's spider webs and dust bunnies blowing around! But you always hope, you know...?

Blogs and other things must be easier, I suppose, maybe because they, as you say, are more dynamic, or have a larger sense of community with them. I don't known.
Sep. 20th, 2007 11:29 am (UTC)
If authors I like have an LJ blog (or LJ feed to their blog), that's how I keep up with them. I only occasionally check an author's website.
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