If you were completely disconnected from the internet yesterday, you did not hear that Google announced a new product/platform called Wave. According to various quotes, they wanted to create a product as if email was invented today. I call bullshit. Even on their blog they say that it is more than just email: Google Wave […]

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I may be branded as a heretic or just plain ignorant, but is the flood of all things Twitter setting us up for a crash? Let me set this up right first. I have been one of those few people calling for Twitter to become infrastructure. I have even built an application, YackTrack.com, partially based […]

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It was over a year ago when I posted my 7 Resume Tips for a Software Developer. The tips are basic and probably apply to more than just software developers: The first page of the resume is like the cover of a book. “Objectives” paragraphs are useless. Communication preferences are very important. In your experience, […]

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A few days ago, Business Insider had a post on what they thought Yahoo should buy. They mention 5 different possibilities, most of which I disagree with: Twitter – If the Twitter team is having problems with stability again, and they need to start worrying about monetization, it is not a good idea for Yahoo […]

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My wife watches American Idol. I try not to, but invariably I get sucked in because I like music and singing. I do not like the show because the competition is not about talent as much as who the american public likes. VentureBeat wrote about this in their post about American Idol and Crowdsourcing: In […]

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