(PRWEB) July 22 2005 -- Article Bot (http://www.articlebot.com) continues to garner disdain around the world from "mainstream" media sources.
“This disapproval must be based on something other than the facts" says Don Harrold, Co-Creator of Article Bot.
For example, Jason Dowdell, contributing writer for WebProNews, likens Article Bot-created content to "content spam" (http://www.webpronews.com/news/ebusine
"Mr. Dowdell did not contact anyone associated with Article Bot before or after releasing his opinion piece," reports Mr. Harrold.
Thomas Claburn, writer for InformationWeek, categorizes Article Bot content as "low-value".
"And, I replied to Mr. Claburn's article with a lengthy email. Alas, no reply from Mr. Claburn, either," adds Mr. Harrold.
"The fact that Article Bot is notorious and despised by folks in the mainstream media is not unexpected. However, the news today at Yahoo that 'Mash-ups -- homespun combinations of mainstream services -- are altering the Net' is wonderful confirmation from the mainstream of what we've believed all along," concludes Mr. Harrold.
"We applaud the approval of 'Mash-ups' by the big portals. This is an amazing day for Article Bot users, current and future! And, the release of the new 'Relational Database Version' gives people unmatched content-creating power," says Mr. Harrold.
"This new content-creation technique is exactly what Article Bot is geared for. Folks that need 'Mashed-Up' content need Article Bot!" asserts Mr. Harrold.
About Article Bot:
Article Bot is a text-manipulating, story-rewriting, content-generating software package, content-mashing software application. This often-misunderstood desktop application can do simple tasks, like re-write paragraphs of text in any language, to highly complex chores, like create a multi-thousand page website complete with unique articles, images, and more.
Some uses of Article Bot include: Information portal, article re-writing, speech-writing, search-engine optimization, and, of course, "Mash Ups!"
The algorithms behind Article Bot are patent-pending and are the sole property of Strike Saturday, Inc.
Interested parties should contact Article Bot at e-mail protected from spam bots or visit http://www.articlebot.com for more information.