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One Response to links for 2008-04-05

  1. Barry Dahl says:

    Hi Wes,
    Count me on the side of those that don’t find the daily lists to be very useful. I would much rather receive suggestions from friends in the delicious network of things that they know I am interested in.

    I haven’t given it very much thought, but my first impression is that the autopost of links primarily serves to create white noise in the blogoshpere. I usually fly right by them looking for something that someone took the time to write about.

    Of course, I could be wrong. Barry

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