There were blogs like this before, but usually most people copied content from this blog as service for their users. If they did it in a copy'n'past mode, without adding some own informations or value, I asked them to stop doing this, and they usually understood and stopped. But it seems this one is really on the same level as spammers. Or did I misunderstand something? Anyway, I really don't want to create a copyright infringment nofitication. Hope someone does this before me.
Update: As rainer pointed out in the comments, now even this blog post has been published there. Woha. :)
ten comments, already:
At least they cited you as the source. At the end of the day this is pretty much what sites like Digg do
steve () (link) - 16 08 07 - 13:56
I ever copied 2 entries for my blog before. Yeah just two, which are both news. Am I consider as half spammer! >_
Virion (link) - 16 08 07 - 15:32
Virion (link) - 16 08 07 - 15:37
Yes you are.
idareu - 16 08 07 - 21:33
virion: nope, you’re not a spammer :)
hm, right, digg does a very similar thing, but they don’t just brainless copy the full text of articles just to get search result hits :)
niko - 17 08 07 - 09:42
hmm, isn’t what aggregation is for ?
Gregory - 17 08 07 - 09:52
It’s kinda funny to see this blog entry (“Thieves! Blog Thieves!” on their site
rainer (link) - 17 08 07 - 12:55
rainer: lol yeah I was LOL-ing and also most ROFL-ing when I saw this entry pasted on his blog. Is it something like bot?
Virion (link) - 17 08 07 - 14:24
xDan - 17 08 07 - 16:21
I must admit I found some nice blogs via that thing though.
Marcus (link) - 18 08 07 - 12:37