By now you have probably heard that bookmarking service Ma.gnolia has had a rough day. Many people are already calling this a wake-up call that we cannot depend on cloud applications for our day to day activities. Even Corvida of SheGeeks worries about this but brings up a very good point at the end of […]

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Late yesterday, Google announced the release of Offline GMail. Obviously, this is a Gears-enabled GMail which is being made available through the GMail Labs feature. It is interesting that GMail has been a laggard in offline access, but I have a feeling it was due to wanting to test the offline features extensively with less […]

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I know I am a technology guy, and I am very logical and literal. Because of this I get annoyed when people use conversation and Twitter, Microblogging, or Status Updates as synonyms. Have you ever tried to have a conversation on Twitter or Identi.ca? Part of the reason for my annoyance this morning are two […]

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I am not a heavy user of Facebook. I never really liked the service, but it has gained mainstream acceptance. Because of that acceptance, I joined Facebook several months ago. Over the past few months Facebook has changed their user interface. This was done because of the growth of the third party applications and the […]

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It seems that this weekend’s bitchmeme is courtesy of Robert Scoble‘s actions on Twitter. Louis Gray caught Mr. Scoble with his hand in the cookie jar: Tonight, I noticed and asked Robert myself if this was his “FriendFeed revenue strategy”. His answer? “You caught me red handed!” Louis’ only complaint was that Robert did not […]

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