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PubSub Blog Category Lists

Posted By Darren Rowse 8th of November 2005 Blogging Tools and Services 0 Comments

PubSub is starting to categorize bloggers into PubSub Lists. So far they only have four categories – Law, Fashion, PR and Librarians.

What lists would you like to see added? Feel free to add your suggestions in comments below – but perhaps more productive is to let them know – they’re looking for editors so put your hand up and get involved if your list isn’t there yet.

I’d like to see an Entrepreneurial/ProBlogger type list – just wish I had a bit more time to edit it.

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  • Dude, you gotta get a copy of the interview and post it on your site as an .mpg or something.

    Think of the elevation in your already ivory towerish status in the blogosphere ;-)

  • Oops, for some reason I posted the comment above on the wrong post. How, I have no idea. I thought I was commenting on your post about the Today Show interview. Sorry… it’s before 5am here and I’m not awake yet :-(

  • I would like to see a Technology List with a mobile device sub-list. These type of lists are cool to see where you rank against others on the list but also allow you to find blogs of interest that you may not have found otherwise.

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  • Suggestion from Web 0.1 directories:

    Specifically for geek stuff (a category in itself, maybe too broad): or
    If you can read the word while standing 3 meters from your screen, than it’s worthwhile, maybe. If you can’t, than it’s a sub-sub-category for sure.