Why have we changed this blog?
As of February 23, 2010, the Blogger functionalities on this blog have been removed, as no new comments have been received for over a year. With Blogger announcing that FTP support for its blogs will cease on May 1, the Medinge Group has decided to turn this section into an archive-only site. We have kept the posts from 2003 to 2006 on this blog for your interest, but no further comments can be entered.
Many of the individual Beyond Branding authors have their own blogs, and we invite you to browse them.
February 03, 2006
Johnnie Moore rightly suggested I do another ﬁnal post here at Beyond Branding to let you know that the new feeds for this blog—which bring together the thoughts of all the authors once more, making it closer to the original before we all branched off—are now available. The Atom feed is here; the RSS is here—in both cases they are accessible from the right-hand side of the screen. I hope you will take the time to return here and grab the new feeds. permalink
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I have been on to Feed Digest to see why the feeds won’t load on some systems. Their testing suggests it’s OK, but ours does not. Please stand by.
Feed Validator’s admin says all is well on Feedvalidator.org. If you have any troubles with the Atom and RSS feeds (or can propose solutions), please leave a comment here. (Word veriﬁcation trivium: fauna. Finally, a normal word!)
It does not seem to feed over to blogspot. Seemingly it also jams the link to any blogspot you put on the right hand side.
Cheers from the revolutions waving out of Bethesda
I’m not sure what you mean, Chris, about feeding over. As for the link to the right, that has nothing to do with Feed Digest. That’s just regular HTML, and hasn’t changed from the old system.Post a Comment
Breaking Views Headlines: Feb 1 The urgency of enabling all democratic peoples to debate Death of Distance “networking economics” was mentioned 5 times by CEO leaders on Charlie Rose’s American public sector tv program. Last fall 20 CEOs and practice opinion leaders facilitated the Gathering Storm survey around which President Bush’s boldest future commitments (eg end addictionUSA) in his annual state of the nation speech had been made the night before. See DoD's blog on the 22 year storylines of open sourcing scripts for DoD debates which emanated from the 1984 Future History written by The Economist's lead editorial producer, and the monthly DoD entrepreneurial revolution sightings which bloggers are invited to co-create. Today's most popular Future Historian, Thomas Friedman of Bethesda has used the parallel metaphor the world is flat to move 1.3 million readers of his book and many leaders to start understanding that the first question of goverance of any place or global market is: are we uptilting or downtilting the future's value multiplying exponential permalink
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