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28 Apr 2008

Link: hatom - Microformats

blog post microformat - need to keep this in mind when retweaking my blog

10 Dec 2007

Link: Airbag - Fail.

"Here's an idea: make fantastic products and services and stop trying to control the citizen voice. It only comes back to haunt you. Always has, always will."

01 Oct 2007

Third Time Lucky

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Right, here we go again. Third time lucky.

That is, this is my third attempt at blogging. Hopefully it’ll last longer and be more frequent than the last two tries. We’ll just have to wait and see.

Massive thanks to Aesthetically Loyal for the design of this site – it’s made life much easier with getting this all online, and it’s a nice change to be actually satisfied with the design of a website I’ve coded. (My ego’s not as bad as the header image or domain name might suggest, by the way. Honest.)

Anyway, stay tuned for a few more blog posts – mainly Rails-related to start with (I’ve got a few plugins sitting around that deserve a post or two), as well as an updated header image.

29 Nov 2006

Link: Stop Comment Spam and Trackback Spam « Akismet

21 Jun 2006

Link: Why business blogs are important | The undersigned

22 Dec 2005

Link: Seth Godin: Promotions, self-promotion and [insert ad here]

Thought-provoking article by Seth Godin on promotion and self promotion within blogs

18 Apr 2005

Link: Stopdesign

Useful blog design to study and borrow from

16 Apr 2005

Link: The UN Isn't Dead, It Was Never Alive To Begin With

Interesting view on the state of the UN by Matthew Good

29 Mar 2005

Link: The Blogger's Primer

Intro to blogging - yet to read fully

06 Jan 2005

Link: Big news... Six Apart and LiveJournal!

LiveJournal bought by SixApart - will be interesting to see how much of an effect this will have on blogging

08 Nov 2004

Link: The Rise of Open-Source Politics

Interesting overview of the influence of the internet on politics

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Freelancing Gods is written by , who works on the web as a web developer in Melbourne, Australia, specialising in Ruby on Rails.

In case you're wondering what the likely content here will be about (besides code), keep in mind that Pat is passionate about the internet, music, politics, comedy, bringing people together, and making a difference. And pancakes.

His ego isn't as bad as you may think. Honest.

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