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2006 adult entry this trackback url - SiliconBeat: AdultVest -- investment community for adult industry


Blogging software that supports the TrackBack protocol displays a "TrackBack URL" with every entry. This URL is used by the commenting blogger, whose software will send XML-formatted information about the new entry to this URL. Some blogging tools are able to discover these TrackBack URLs automatically, others require the commenting blogger to. Figures this group, called AdultVest, would be based in Southern California. Sand Hill Road, the main drag here in Silicon Valley for venture capital firms, is a bit too chaste for this sort of thing. As Jeff says, the statistic, if it is accurate, that 25% of all searches are for porn, is.

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Sean Bonner has just posted an almost "too weird to be true" story about a guy who works at SmartFilter, a web filtering company that "protects children" from dirty content. They have been the target of a lot of blogging recently after Boing Boing ended up on their filter list and have been trying to be removed. It looks like the guy that they have been interacting with at the filter company Author: Joichi Ito. Emulating Aristotle Posted by David Corfield. That’s step 2 of the attempted Renaissance man emulation over. On Monday night, Nick Read and I discussed our books, Sick and Tired and Why Do People Get Ill? at the Ilkley Literature Festival. It’s excellent that such a small town can attract high-selling writers (Jeremy Paxman, John Simpson, Andrew Motion,).