Stop bitacle.org

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Fresh links

Of course, we don’t encourage you to use bitacle, but if you search on bitacle.org for ‘stopbitacleorg‘ in aggregates, it appears that they don’t discriminate and also keep track of posts on this stopblog. At this moment there are even 32 links indicated, referring to this stopbitacleorg weblog.

6 October 2006 - Posted by | Interesting links

7 Comments »

  1. They don’t discriminate? Perhaps not to most but they seem to be doing so for me. I have not been picked up by Bitacle despite A) Being linked by dozens of blogs that have been indexed. B) Signing up for a test account and subscribing to my own feed and C) Writing several articles about the site.
    It’s strange, but it almost seems personal…

    Comment by Jonathan Bailey | 6 October 2006 | Reply

  2. They might be suffering from some sort of burnout? Or maybe some mild form of the Spanish Flu? ;)

    Comment by stopbitacleorg | 6 October 2006 | Reply

  3. More like bird flu. Bunch of vultures. ;)

    Comment by Jonathan Bailey | 6 October 2006 | Reply

  4. Correction: They are scraping me after all. The problem is that they are not attributing my feed correctly. I tried a new trick and found the feed under a different name. It’s still my feed and my content, but the URL connected to it is wrong. In short, they’re pulling from the Feedburner URLs, not mine.

    Tuesday will be a day of reckoning. I’m going to spend this weekend compiling the DMCA notice from Hell.

    Comment by Jonathan Bailey | 6 October 2006 | Reply

  5. yeah, I found they’ve been using Feedburner urls too.. changed my rss feeds to exclude the permalink from the item title, who knows..

    Comment by frenchy | 7 October 2006 | Reply

  6. guys, check out the DMCA article at PlagiarismToday!

    Comment by frenchy | 10 October 2006 | Reply

  7. Your suggested link about Jonathan’s DMCA article is on top of the next post with fresh links frenchy. As soon as his ‘PDF copy of the notice (sans personal info and Bitacle links)’ is available, it’ll either be announced, or posted here.

    Comment by stopbitacleorg | 11 October 2006 | Reply


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