Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Games: Bloggy, doggy PR
Over at Blogshares, they've posted the following press release about Catymology:
Catymology was the subject of much speculation when analysts at several firms were heard to be very positive about it's recent performance. It's share price rose from B$447.83 to B$671.75. Much of the hype was said to originate from Spice The Cat whose Laser Exerciser (artefact) was said to be involved.
Spice The Cat declined to comment on the recent speculation.
Spice The Cat: http://blogshares.com/user.php?id=40407
PRID# 830010 / Posted: 21:32 02 Mar 2006
I have trouble understanding what all this means, but Blogshares is said to be a fantasy stock market for blogs. Well, I've got news for the Spice Boy: Catymology is not for sale!In the archive of press releases for Catymology, there are several like this, as well as two from someone called Evil Princess. It all seemed to start on February 14, when I was interiewed by Frisky on Catcall. What have I gotten myself into?
And finally, The Terriorists posts a spoof of the Carnival of the Cats, #100. This doggedly conservative blogger gives credence to the argument presented recently at Neuropolitics, where it's claimed that cat-lovers tend to be more liberal and dog-lovers, more conservative.
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O the price of fame!
They probably haven't seen The Conservative Cat.