Does anyone know why there has been such an increase in the number of spammers leaving comments here?
It is getting annoying. When Vox.com started I loved it for the real people I was able to connect with in the blogging neighborhood.
If anyone else has experienced this, let me know if there is anything you are doing to block spam from your blog.
I still love Vox.com as a blogging platform and stop by here now and then, however, my main blog is Quick Peeks with BrandRepublic.com.
Thanks for any anti-spam tips you may have,
I don't come here much anymore. But still pop in from time to time.
Thank you for visiting one of my blogs,
I am proud to announce my nominee for the next Justice of the United States Supreme Court: Judge Sonia Sotomayor.
This decision affects us all -- and so it must involve us all. I've recorded a special message to personally introduce Judge Sotomayor and explain why I'm so confident she will make an excellent Justice.
Judge Sotomayor has lived the America Dream. Born and raised in a South Bronx housing project, she distinguished herself in academia and then as a hard-charging New York District Attorney.
Judge Sotomayor has gone on to earn bipartisan acclaim as one of America's finest legal minds. As a Supreme Court Justice, she would bring more federal judicial experience to the Supreme Court than any Justice in 100 years. Judge Sotomayor would show fidelity to our Constitution and draw on a common-sense understanding of how the law affects our day-to-day lives.
A nomination for a lifetime appointment to the highest court in the land is one of the most important decisions a President can make. And the discussions that follow will be among the most important we have as a nation. You can begin the conversation today by watching this special message and then passing it on:
President Barack Obama
Bloggers Note: I like that there is a typo in this email from the President of the United States to me. It shows that the White House, just like the rest of us on earth, is not perfect either.
I've been neglecting my Vox blog for weeks now. A social worker would surely put my child into custody if I had gone for weeks without feeding it, and that's what it feels like is happening here.
There is a reason for my neglectful behaviour -- travels, focus on work and another blog that has taken this blog's place.
I'm writing over on Brand Republic magazine's website with a new blog called Quick Peeks. There I'm posting about business, art and entertainment from time to time.
Read my latest post about The Culture of Meanness: Are Brand and Ross Victims of It?
I'm still going to keep my Vox blog alive, and thanks to all that have stopped by to read what is happening in my life from time to time.
Holiday greetings to all! My Dad happens to live in the North (of America) and looks just like Santa - even in the summertime. I got him to do a bit of a holiday wish for everyone in my life, with his Banjo - and to offer a sample of some of the prankster performances he keeps up his sleeve. In this video, my Dad introduces you to the Pirate Alphabet, and offers his own original script for a Naughty Santa routine for your holiday amusement.
And if anyone is looking to book an authentic Santa in 2008 -- my Dad is up for it, and looking for Santa gigs. He can play Banjo, fiddle, penny whistle, trumpet, bugle, piano and many, many other intstruments. Dad's can also host barn dance evenings, as he is a Square Dance (actually an authentic Old Tyme contra dance caller). Email me via Vox.com if you have interest in casting my Dad as Santa and to get more details about Lloyd William Rosevear's talents.
Ho, Ho, Ho!