From the monthly archives:

April 2007

K2: bug in page

April 26, 2007

  Switched from K2 3 columns to K2 2 columns: less is more. Yes, there is an error while loading the front page…. Anybody who can help me? credit cards accept instantlyhour degree programs credit 48 master100 secrets build free creditcredit aaa bureaucredit address equifaxcredit individual add lines to reportfinance acquisition assessment creditrules simple 8 […]

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Metatale and real campaigns

April 26, 2007

Update: more recent recommended reading on the same topic: “I would kill for my PR7” “Relevantie” “Klein België“ Here’s a question for Bart of Metatale, with a real product category and for once not the Nokia 95. Imagine: I’m the marketing manager of Philip Morris and I want to see how, through technologies, I can […]

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links for 2007-04-25

April 25, 2007

The bloggiest neighbourhoods. US-only sofar. Gent would shine on the Belgian spectrum. An Baccaert over biofuel Vorige week vond de eerste energietop van Zuid-Amerikaanse landen plaats in Venezuela. Gastheer Hugo Chávez liet zien dat hij over diplomatieke kwaliteiten beschikt, als het echt moet. Door de fundamentele meningsverschillen over biobrandstoffen tussen B (tags: biofuel) allanah porn […]

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Dutch *is* difficult

April 24, 2007

     

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Wat schrijven Vlaamse Blogs over

April 24, 2007

Als Twitters een ‘Vlaams Blog’ zijn, waarom zijn mijn postings op PhotoBlog en Fotolog dan geen ‘Vlaamse Blog’?      

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Brazil & Venezuela: Ethanol

April 24, 2007

Chavez is becoming Lula’s shadow: Venezuela will buy 200.000 barrels Ethanol a day from Brazil. 

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Waving the green flag

April 23, 2007

In 5 years time we’ll realise just how pathetic these carbon ofsetting projects are and even more pathetic consumers swallowing in. Our children will never forgive us that these carbon ofsetting utopias Carbon ofsetting is making all Chinese imported products and commodities +30% more expensive to cover the extra pollution costs they were manufactured with.  […]

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