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  1. I really like the way crunchnotes works with techcrunch.com as an example, so I think this is a good idea.

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  2. actually mike suggested that. but i still wanted to ask the people of the community..

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  3. Personally, I’d like to see you post more links to hot chicks.

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  4. right, unfortunately i think a lot of people who would like to read boring stuff would get upset. ;-) for distracting them.

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  5. Instead of creating one more blog, how about dumping the narrow “broadband” label in favor of something more diverse, that will include broadband as well?

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  6. Jesse Kopelman Monday, February 13, 2006

    I’m not sure your survey has enough choices. How about, “just do it, rationale be damned.”

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  7. Jesse Kopelman Monday, February 13, 2006

    That said, I don’t mind everything in the same blog, title-appropriate or not. Then again, I haven’t even switched over to RSS yet.

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  8. Are you considering the “all in one place” option as well or is it “gigaom + omalone (heh, just thought of that) vs. just gigaom”?

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  9. [...] I wondered about this often times. While showing off his new start-up, Edgeio, Michael Arrington pointed out that he had faced the same quandary and that prompted him to start CrunchNotes, as an accompanying blog to his main property, Tech Crunch. Still not convinced, I decided to put the question to the GigaOm readers. What do you think about a daily journal type blog on daily.gigaom.com where I can post random links, mutterings and other stuff that doesn’t fit the “broadband” label? Will you subscribe to yet another feed? [...]

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