What’s Up In The Blogosphere

Affiliate Bloggers Work SpaceZac Johnson put together a comprehensive post that included pictures of many top blogger’s workspaces. I regret not being able to send my workspace pictures to Zac in time, but I finally cleaned up my desk and I posted a few pictures of my setup at the end of this article. You can read the article here: Affiliate Bloggers Work Space


Dot Sauce InterviewI recently completed an interview with Mark Fulton from Dot Sauce Magazine. Dot Sauce is a well established blog that covers the tops of domaining and web development. You can read the interview here: Interview with Nate Whitehill, BlogDesign.com


BootstrappingMike from Bootstrapping blog posted a well-rounded article on why blogging is essential for small business growth. Mike covers many important points about how a business can implement various online marketing strategies to stay one step ahead. You can read the article here: Small Business Blogging: 10 reasons why its essential to business growth


UberAffiliatePaul just unveiled the curtains on his new private, super affiliate forum, Ubercamp. All I can say is that I have worked with Paul quite a bit in the past, and his knowledge and mastery of affiliate marketing is incredible. There is a tremendous amount of value in Ubercamp.


My Workspace Pictures

For those of you wondering what’s on the inside of my aluminum tower: Apple Mac Pro

  • Two Quad-Core 3.0GHz Intel Xeon processors (8 cores total)
  • 8GB RAM
  • 500 GB Internal Hard Drive
  • 250 GB External Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT
  • Apple 30″ Cinema Display
  • 16x double-layer SuperDrive
  • Mac OS X

On a side note, I’ve got some exciting announcements coming up this week. In fact, there should be a new announcement everyday this week until I leave for San Diego on Friday. Anyone else as anxious as I am for the 3G iPhone announcement a little later today?

28 thoughts on “What’s Up In The Blogosphere”

  1. @ Your computer: Wow. I got myself a new Dell XPS Laptop, with a Core2Duo, 8600M GT Graphics, 3GB RAM, and I thought that was good… πŸ™‚

    Loving the new offices. I havn’t spoken to any of you guys in such a long time, we definitely need to catch up on things!

  2. @Adnan Thanks man. I’ve had the computer since August now – it’s amazing what can be had now for 1/3 the price! We do need to catch up soon!

    @Kevin The 30″ screen makes spending long periods of time on the computer so much easier.

    @Matt iPhone video chat FTW!

  3. That looks like a cool office environment. And the monitors, well they are definitely big enough. Its cool to see were you work from, personal, I digg it.

  4. They monitors definitely look nice. My 22 incher seems to pale in comparison now. I’m not sure I could handle that small a desk . . . I need more space for my clutter to live πŸ˜‰

  5. Great setup. There’s no way I could ever work with my back to a wide-open room, though. I’m not sure why, it’s just disturbing.

  6. Hi! Do it safe to use a Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT on my computer?
    1. Dell XPS M1710 with a Nvidia Geforce 7950 GTX
    2. Hewlett Packard Pavilion Dv9590 with a Nvidia GeForce 8600M

  7. It’s excellent working system. Especially the monitor (30 inches), it makes life so comfortable. I can remember my old 15” monitor, and 24″, which I have now, the difference is too much.

  8. That’s a sweet office you’ve got going on there. I have a severe case of ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ right now – my office is littered with boxes (just moved house).

  9. Your computer is sick! 2 quad cores? That’s amazing. Though your video card needs to be updated to a 9800 GTX lol. Your office is cool. If I keep my office that clean, it’d be a miracle ha

  10. What a beautiful workstation. I wish i had something half as cool.I don’t think I’d ever have the courage to put my work place on the net. Its so messy.

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