Sites Affiliated with Programming Tips
This programming tips site has been linked to from a number of search engines & directories. Also, a number of off-site articles exist covering a diverse range of topics that users may find interesting. Here is a list of who and where.
Web Sites on which I am Providing Content:
- Paper.li – I am maintaining an aggregation of the day’s top programming related news as well as relevant tech & science articles. Updated twice daily.
- Scoop.it – I am curating research into some interesting technologies
- jwcooney.blogspot.ca – This is also a programming related blog with Google’s Blogger service.
- Tumblr.com – A blog related to my main programming tips blog that also posts useful hints and coding examples.
- Pinterest.com – My PInterest site with various interesting pin boards.
- Facebook.com – My facebook programming page.
- http://www.diigo.com/user/jwcooney – A Great Social Bookmarking tool that I like to use
- http://about.me/justin.cooney – This page shows a site portfolio.
Web Site Directories that I have been listed on:
- Alexa – A Search Engine that also offers some detailed site statistics. It has been cataloguing sites since April 1996 and is an important site on the Web.
- Bing.com – Microsoft’s search engine, which directly competes with google.com.
- Ask.com – Ask provides a popular Q&A search service, which is also known as Ask Jeeves
- The Internet Archive – This site has been included in the archive, which is a great site that has archives running back to the early days of the Internet. The first entry for my site dates back to Oct 29 2011.
- Slashdot.org – Here’s my Slashdot profile.
PaperBlog– Sadly I have had to unsubscribe from this service, and they certainly didn’t make unsubscribing easy. Although in the past I liked this directory, I now find them to be more of a problem than a help. PaperBlog entirely copies each article you post, strips out most of your links and adds no-follow directives to those it doesn’t remove. The worst part is that the copied articles outrank your original article in google search results so you will no longer get traffic from your own work. When you let PaperBlog know about your blog then you are basically giving them permission to take your hard work to make the owners of PaperBlog money. If at least Paperblog would add a rel canonical link back to the article they scraped from your site, or if PaperBlog allowed the blog owner to easily remove the scraped article then I could see how they might be a legitimate service. However as things stand I suggest people stay away from PaperBlog.
- DuckDuckGo.com – A neat search engine that boasts fast results and less spam and advertising than other engines. I’m a fan!
– A well-known B2B Search Engine and one of the Web’s oldest business directories
- Gimpsy.com – A cool Web site directory that considers the Web a virtual library and that has the unique concept of categorizing sites not by subject, but by the services they offer. Gimpsey operates on the the slogan “Active Sites for Active People”.