Next week I will get into full-blown bitchiness about a specific topic, but this week I thought I touch of on a whole variety of things that need bitching about since my last post last fall. Because let me tell.
Interesting stuff. Didn't even know there was a riff between Matt Cutts and Danny Sullivan.
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