Technorati not updating blog posts

I woke up this morning to discover a news story on the disappearance of Technorati employee Tracy Williams (pictured to the right).The company is asking everyone to help spread the word, whether it be through a tweet, Facebook status, blog post or by liking the Missing – Tracy Williams Facebook page.Image 1 of 3 Complicated computer models are less accurate than simple ones.A study sponsored by the Energy Trust of Oregon compared the accuracy of four energy software programs.Richard is going to discuss the state of the blogosphere from Technorati’s latest report.Richard is going to explore issues such as: Richard is also going to discuss how blogging is shifting traditonal media and business communication to allow people to build relationships, communicate, and interact with one another.Regarding My Quote in the NYT - A Little Context Last week, I was quoted in a New York Times article "Blogs Falling in an Empty Forest".The article missed the point about blogs: that they're now a legitimate publishing medium with a huge audience.

In doing so, we also became the 6th largest "Conversational Media" property in the US.Tracy Williams went missing on November 2, 2011 at the Whitehorse Bar located in San Francisco.She was there with colleagues from Technorati Media, who after going outside for a smoke, came back in to find Tracy no longer at the bar.Many bloggers without advertising may consider it when their blogs grow – the inability to set up advertising will not be a factor.I think this is what Technorati means by the medium going mainstream. One of the smartest social media experts I know Marshall Kirkpatrick doesn’t.

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