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Technorati is indexing me again! They had to make a code change to fix the problem with my blog getting stuck in their queue. Kudos to Eric M. and the guys at GetSatisfaction.com where they have "community powered support for Technorati".
Well, they're "sorta, kinda" indexing me anyway. It's on a 24 hour tape delay or something. So I never get picked up by Memeorandum because they pull from Technorati and Technorati has stuff I posted yesterday listed as my latest blog entry. And that's old news to Memeorandum.
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I'm a BlackBerry holdout. And I'm a Chase customer. I use the Chase BB Mobile App. A lot.
Alas, according to an email I received today, after April 21st I won't be able to use that app anymore.
We want you to be aware of a change. Starting April 21st, we'll no longer offer the Chase Mobile® App for BlackBerry devices. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.
Yeah, like Chase actually cares they're inconveniencing me.
But you'd think BlackBerry would care. They're supposed to be working their
butts off to regain market share. Losing a big name like Chase seems like
something they'd want to avoid.
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