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Rory Cellan-Jones

Logging out... and straight back in

  • Rory Cellan-Jones
  • 4 Jan 10, 17:18 GMT

As I hinted at in my previous post, Maggie Shiels and I will spend 2010 each with our own blog - closely linked, of course. You can start reading dot.Rory now, with a post from San Francisco, and Maggie will start posting at dot.Maggie tomorrow. For those of you comfortable with RSS feeds, here is mine, and here is Maggie's.

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    That's great. I'm a blogger too - of course I blog about bingo gaming and its potential as an educational tool. I find that blogs in general - if well managed can be an invaluable resource to communities. Great work by the way :)

  • Comment number 2.

    I am same as Jeremy above, I am a blogger myself, well, I have just started to be. I have only a few posts under my belt. Believe it or not but I am also into the same niche too, with my latest page being bingo codes. I do feel that it is very tough to get visitors to start with, my site does have a blog section but without visitors I feel you could have the best posts in the world but it would not matter.

  • Comment number 3.

    Hi Rory Cellan-Jones - Its strange why suddenly everyone who were so busy pulling down credibility by questioning their data security has suddenly become so quiet about what Nuance is doing.......... We is sending their voicemails to get manually transcribed in India. Now why there is no fuss about Nuance doing the same thing what Spinvox was criticised for. Have we sold ourselves to American companies??

 

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