This is the final recap of the previous 12 months of Twenty Steps for today and what better way to finish it than with November? After all, it follows on from October and sets us up for December quite nicely too. Also it allows me to reference one of my favourite Guns N’ Roses tracks. The guitar solo at the end of the track brings me out in goosebumps every time I hear it.
Goosebumps. Is that a term used by any of my non-UK readers?
Anyway. Onwards and upwards and here is a recap of November 2006 on Twenty Steps.
- 5 Things That Would Improve The Blogosphere – The introduction of a breathaliser to stop drunken posts is still something I’m actively promoting. When I’m sober, of course…
- Ping Pong – I’m still using this list of pinging services for this and my other blogs. Does anyone have a better list they could share?
- Easyspace – I include this article if only because it shows that blogging works. By moaning about the crappy customer service I received from the company on Twenty Steps, I actually got a response from the company. I doubt that would have happened if the article hadn’t been on the first page of Google when searching for their company name!
- More Internet Explorer 7 Troubles – OK. I’m going to be honest now. I wrote a number of articles about Internet Explorer 7 in November purely to cash in on the fact that it was the most popular tag on Technorati for the month. I apologise now to the readers of Twenty Steps at the time (both of you) and promise I won’t be so devious again.