ShopBot has been publishing Web Columns since long before blogs emerged on the scene. We intend these columns to be more instructive and archival in nature than is typical of most ‘blogs’. But the emerging blog format and organization offers a much more dynamic and useful way of handling and categorizing all sorts of material. So we’ve created a new WebColum/Blog format and during November/December 2009 will be moving our Web Column postings to this new format to make it more easy to find the stuff you are looking for.
We’re also hoping it will encourage more contributions and perhaps some commentary. Let us know if you’d like to become a regular contributor to our Web Columns.
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