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Tim Berry on business planning, starting and growing your business, and having a life in the meantime.

Alltop’s New Green Page

Even if it weren’t an Earth Day tie-in, I’d still be adding Alltop Green to my regular visits. I like browsing the Alltop small business section, which is usually my first view in the morning. It reminds me of the early Yahoo!, streamlined, quick, and easy. Most days I get lost in there and I end up pulling out to jump to Windows Live Writer to post related to something I’ve seen there.  This new green version, a joint effort with Flock timed for Earth Day, gives me the same streamlined view of Flock’s favorites from treehugger on down a pretty substantial list.

I think Green is going to be steadily more important from now on, so it’s definitely part of my agenda. And I do mean green as in environmentally and socially sensitive, and, in my case, with special emphasis on implications for startups, business planning, and small business.

  • FGK: Ouch, sorry to be unclear. Alltop is for reading, Windows Live Writer for writing. What I read on Alltop frequently inspires me to write, using Windows Live Writer, about ideas and other posts. That writing ends up as posts on this blog. Tim

  • FGK

    Re: "Most days I get lost in there and I end up pulling out to jump to Windows Live Writer to post related to something I've seen there."

    Are you saying that you get lost in Alltop and have to pull out to Windows Live Writer? I can't quite figure out what "there" refers to.

    Thanks,
    FakeGK