|Mac's got a nice new pick me up!|
|Changing the server. Here Mac bashes the old hard disk out. We would have done the job pretty quick had we the room to put the fan in. As it is we'll either need to rob a new case or hack saw a gap large enough for the fan.|
"The BlogFootball Server will be unavailable Wednesday while Steve and I rip it apart, add some new bells and whistles and bung it back together with sticky back plastic."
Mac's doing the hardware (I get scared of hardware, fink it's going to give me electric shock, or the green chips are going to snag my cardy) I'm doing the software.
So we're going to bring blogFootball out of the stone age and into the next generation of blogging heaven.
Many new features will be added, including trackback, comments, and, erm... Whatever we can fit into the time space.
I see from your source that you have your <body> tag too high up, the meta and css stuff need to be in the <head>
"Page type: Your website is a type of website that we do not currently accept into our program. Such websites include, but are not limited to, chat sites, personal pages, search engines, sites that contain predominately copyrighted material, and sites that drive traffic through cybersquatting."
google didn't want to put ads on our little empire. Oh well, I think there's others. I'll go look.
"When you remove the key-critical behaviour of search, you have moved from pull to push marketing, and everyone knows which of these is most powerful: pull"
I don't think Google will be able to keep this up for very long. I've clicked on several ads in Google's results pages, the ads have been useful to my search. But, so far the ads I've seen on blogs haven't been useful, so I haven't clicked.
I don't know if 'inventory owners' bloggers to you and I are paid for impressions or only clicks. If so, it's good for advertisers, as they get free eye-balls. Fraudulant clicks are not allowed either, and the click through is anything from a few dollors to 5¢, depending on the keywords.
I'm looking into this for me to advertise, and for me as 'inventory owner' of a blogging community - well, part owner. More a, sometimes, sysAdmin. If we can raise some dosh for a new machine all the better.
These are the ads that Google may use on the Villa blogs, looks like public (read cheap = 5¢) ads.