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It’s Saturday & I Couldn’t Give A Shit About Scoble Pimping PayPerPost

But guess what? Many people apparantely do. The Techmeme coverage proves it.

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Look, Scoble disclosed it, and you know what? It’s business. He made a business decision based on money.

News Flash: Scoble and the other big guns are not real bloggers. They are brands. Real bloggers are 63 million people who write a blog about office furniture or their day at work. It’s a huge difference.

Let’s all stop with this PayPerPost chatter as well. I have never, ever, ever, ever, ever, (did I say ever?), ever seen a company get so much press without a big media budget.

People, the deception is gone, this discussion should be over, let’s move on? Business is business. The real blogosphere doesn’t give a shit, either do I.

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Rick Calvert - February 9, 2007

Just a few questions about your claim of who is real and who isn’t.

So are there subjects that are off limits for “real” bloggers?
An income level?
number of readers?
What exactly is the criteria?
Is your blog real?
Are you a big gun?
What makes it different than Socble’s blog?

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