Link love hate — 6 Comments

  1. Blog rolls have their use – for the casual browser, they point to other like-minded sites. Or, if you follow the dark side on mine, diametrically opposed views. And why not?

    And, yeah, I still get visits from the Captain. Gone, but not forgotten.

    • I have nothing against links, though too many can be confusing and I tend to ignore them.  Some say they drive traffic away, but they have to arrive first before they can be driven off?!!  A site without links seems a bit isolated somehow?

      So far this month I have had 141 visits from the Captain's site.  It just goes to show – eternal life!

  2. I have an even shorter list than you do albeit without the fancy "latest post" thingy. It consists of 4 links and one of 'em is you. Another is your alter-ego that gives tech advice now and then. K8 is the 3rd and Sixty (remember him?) is the 4th only because, like yourself, he's been on there since the beginning. Considering everything, that's enough.

    • You mean I make up half your list?  😯

      I like the idea of the live feed.  Apart from showing clearly who isn't around any more, it's an incentive for the likes of yourself to post more often [before you drop off the end]. 

      How could anyone forget Sixty?  Apart from himself of course?

  3. Really I'm OK with blogrolls as long as they reflect blogs I really read and recommend. I don't necessarily agree with what they say but as long as I DO actually read them, that's fine. Otherwise what's the point in saying "I don't read this but I recommend that you do!"

    I do find it sad when bloggers like Ranty and CF and Captain Haddock drop off their perch tho' as I feel I know them even if we've never actually met.

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