"Before I left for work I pointed out a typo on a testing website ( 'quiet nicely' above should be 'quite nicely' ) rather than actually provide any actual content as that's what testers do.
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I'm just wondering about the criteria for including a blog feed in the TESTER FEEDS section of the home page.
Many of them are useful feeds from individual testers' blogs. Good stuff. Kep them coming!
But a few are clearly just marketing, with no useful professional content. For example, we've recently been treated to a series of "look, we've won an award" blog entries from uTest. I think this dilutes the usefulness of these feeds to include such marketing hype.