technorati logoI’ve not been to Technorati for a while, and the process of claiming one’s blog and site have changed a bit. I hope that now I am using WordPress that it’ll be easier; roller, my first blog technology at Sun was a pain, and snipsnap which I used from August ’09 until last July was impossible. (It’s one of the reasons I decided to adopt WordPress, more people develop for it).

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  • 18th March 2023 at 12:29 pm

    I came across this while looking for something else, it is/was a diary entry about my difficulty in bring my technorati links forward to the word press blog. I considered deleting the article, but had a look for some insight as to why and how it failed. I found, The Technorati Generation, which summarises its history, possibly with this phrase, “As I mentioned earlier, walled gardens won the internet, and Technorati wasn’t a walled garden. It was also too small to win by sheer scale, like Google could.” and Pete Cashmore is quoted as saying, “but Technorati’s greater failing was to turn a blind eye when the breaking news conversation moved to a different medium: microblogging,”

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