FriendFeed announced that they are now enabling their users to post their updates to Twitter. Overall, the idea could flood Twitter with a lot of out of context information. Granted, this is not any different than most of the content on Twitter, but now people could be getting comments on other FriendFeed posts in their […]

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According to recent reports, the future will not be televised or at least it seems that way. A few weeks ago, Seesmic announced some layoffs. Today we receive news that Revision3, one of the most online video producers, also announced cutbacks. One of the casualties from a Revision3 distribution deals, EPIC FU creator Smashface Productions, […]

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I missed the release of Amazon Windowshop about a month ago, but a search shows that there was not a lot of posts about it. Shockingly enough, I saw a note from Mona about it. She also has a quick post on it at her blog. Mona’s reaction can be summarized in one word, WOW. […]

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Yes, it has been a long time, but I have yet another guest post at LouisGray.com. The post is regarding Filters and Belief Systems. The post is a discussion regarding┬áMark ‘rizzn’ Hopkins quitting FriendFeed and a blog post from Louis Gray where he talked about his dilemma of being a Mormon, a Democrat, a friend […]

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About a month ago many speculated that StumbleUpon was for sale. EBay is asking for the equivalent of a king’s ransom, rumored to be $75 million. Given that StumbleUpon has revenue in the range of $5 to $7.5 million, the asking price is not completely unreasonable. There are not many companies that can buy up […]

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