I was planning on writing this spectacular review on social aggregation and lifestreaming services. Instead, I found this article today that does a better job than I would have done. The reason for the interest is because there is a lot of funding being thrown around, specifically at FriendFeed and others. As the review states, […]

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In my quest for simplifying my “internet experience” I have realized that it will be a difficult process. To start, I wanted to try some of the personalized homepage services. TechCrunch has an article about the few that matter. So I decided that was a good enough place to start. I also talked about these […]

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Recently, there was a guest post on Problogger regarding whether blogs have killed conventional websites. Thankfully, the answer is a simple no. Blogs have filled the space of simple personal expression that was so difficult in the early stages of the web. Most people do not know HTML, nor do they care to learn about […]

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There was an interesting article on ReadWriteWeb on Monday 3/3 regarding whether developer APIs are a good idea. Given that APIs are “all the rage”, I found it to be an interesting topic. The article also has some very good observations: Offering an API is a great way to make developer friends and developing for […]

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In technology, boring is normally necessary. Sexy technology is what everyone wants to talk about and work on. In the corporate world, there is a lot of boring going on. Administrative applications are not complicated, and typically use standard methods and proven technologies. Given that, boring probably makes the world go round. This is why […]

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