Ok, i’m listed in GeoURL. I need to go outside with my GPS unit, because the coordinates are definitely about half a mile off (because I live in a new subdivision that doesn’t appear in places like MapBlast, et al.
Here’s a little link:
[url=http://geourl.org/near/?p=http://davidnunezdev.wpengine.com/blog/index.html” title=”check out my neighbors in meatspace]
Now I need to play around with some geo-experiments. Geocaching.com has been doing this for at least a year or two or three… maybe there is some way to draw a line between the two.
This weekend is going to be rainy… It’d be a great time to spend some time feeding and nurturing the blog. For one thing, I have to think carefully about my badge strategy. I have no problem putting MT on the bottom of every page here, because without that software, this site probably wouldn’t exist. However, I’m not a big fan of the blog cliche of putting on the front page a thousand links to 100 OTHER blogs, categories, day-timer planner, every movie I’ve ever seen, every photo album I have, etc etc. All that noise gives me headaches. I already think my row of esoteric links up top is a bit much.
At the same time, I need to update my links with more people I’ve met through blogging, etc. Also, I’m excited for [url=http://www.crossroads.net/a]Adam[/url], because he designed the GeoURL badge and he’s one of the good ones (i.e. an Austinite), and I want to show all due support.
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