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Linky Goodness, October 3

Okay, so today’s linky goodness is really just the news bites (bytes?) that I couldn’t say enough about to post on their own.

Oh, that’s kind of sad, isn’t it? Don’t worry, we still love you, little linky goodnesses.

Linky Goodness, April 9

I know you’re going through linky withdrawal, what with only one Linky Goodness so far this month. Here’s the fix you needed:

Linky Goodness, January 16

Oh so linky. Oh so good. Choose your own Linky Goodness today!

  1. Look out Google, Verizon, et al.: FCC chief says economy could hurt wireless sale Would you rather have good news for Google? Go to #4.
  2. Trulia Breaks into comScore’s Real Estate Top 10. You made it!
  3. blinkx Signs Top Indie Media Partners for Film, Television and Music Programming Like hemorrhaging executives? Go to #5.
  4. Google Mac Goodies: Picasa Coming This Year? Like independent video and online content? Marriage made in heaven at #3.
  5. Yahoo’s Senior VP Of Entertainment Business Leaves. Are you rooting for the little guy? Go to #2.

Linky Extra Goodness, August 20-21

You won’t believe how incredibly good—and incredibly linky—today’s linky goodness is. Until you read it. Then you’ll believe.

August 21 (you know, today)

Linky Goodness, February 13

Another cause for celebration in a Pilgrim household: it’s Peter Tork’s birthday!

And now for cause for celebration in your house workhold: Linky goodness!

Linky Goodness, March 26

The Linky Goodness Litmus Test™: Is it linky? Is it good?

These passed today:

  • SoloSEO launches LeaveFeedback.org, a free service for local businesses. It helps them get listed in local search engines and gives their patrons a place to leave feedback on the business. We know how people love to read customer reviews; if your local business is good, this should be very cool for you.
  • Guess who’s getting into the Facebook app game? American Airlines. It took them “a mere two months” to create their app. Aw, isn’t it cute?
  • Targeting the moneyed class? Turn to MySpace, LinkedIn and Facebook because Wealthy consumers are using social networks
  • The Wall Street Journal wonders about the future for AOL and Platform A. As do we all.

Linky Goodness, February 12

You know you need that linky goodness fix, so even though I only have two stories to share, I’ll hook you up.

Enjoy!