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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Once upon a time [Nick Denton's] blogs merely pointed at things and made smart-arse comments about them. 'Now there's loads of that on the web,' he says, 'and what's missing is substance. Everybody is looking for something to link to.'
    People trying to manipulate search engines and blogs to make a couple of pennies in adsense revenue are starting to seriously interfere with people who are actually looking for, or trying to publish, meaningful content. I know what you are saying re: planets too. I am subscribed via RSS to quite a number of blogs and I often see the same story 3 or 4 times on my reader because various planets will pick it up. If it wasn't because they are such a simple way to find new blogs that may be of interest I would have dropped them a long time ago.