Lately, I have been trying to use FriendFeed more often due to the amount of hype it receives. I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. So, the minimalist interface is nice and the whole follow people thing is good. The one benefit I got from using it was I got to follow […]

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Over the weekend, I noticed a post by Robert Scoble regarding comments on blog posts and where they should appear. The source of interest came from the launch of another aggregation service called Shyftr. This is an RSS aggregation service that allows comments on the content within Shyftr, not on the blog that is the […]

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So we finally found out that Google was not opening up the use of BigTable. Instead, they decide to launch a competitor to Amazon’s suite of services. The question now is, does Google app engine rev your engine? As a certified geek, I have a few issues with the Google offering some of which can […]

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I have said previously that I just do not “get” Twitter yet. However, I have read two articles recently that provide a corporate-centric argument for paying attention to Twitter. The first article was from TechCrunch regarding Michael Arrington’s problems with Comcast. So, to summarize his story, his internet was down and an automated message from […]

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In my daily RSS reading, I came across an article from CIO.com entitled “CIOs Still Fear Web 2.0 for the Enterprise”. I bring this to attention as my recent writing has been focused on more advanced services like lifestreaming and the semantic web. The corporate demographics of the survey are nicely distributed: The majority (43 […]

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