Louis Gray had an interesting post on the new Google Reader Friend statistics. He also mentions one of the main reasons I share items in Google Reader: Sharing items I find interesting in Google Reader is a major part of my social activity, as I help promote discovery of quality information to those who choose […]

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Well, it only took a year for me to finally get to redesign the YackTrack interface. I am sure you are saying “it is about time!”, and I would agree with you. Hopefully, you like the new look as I was trying to make the site more usable instead of the “data dump” layout that […]

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Over the past few days we have seen Twitter get criticized heavily over the #fixreplies fiasco. Much of the complaining was due to the communication of the changes, or the lack of timely communication. However, there was another large group of voices that used the @replies as a way of discovering other interesting users. This […]

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Imaging my interest when someone offers me a review copy of a book called, The Social Network Business Plan: 18 Strategies That Will Create Great Wealth. Obviously, I jumped at the opportunity to read it. The book is written by David Silver, a VC and angel investor in online communities. If you have read this […]

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Yeah, I know that is a really sensationalist and possibly link-bait headline, but I am somewhat serious in my thinking. Twitter announced changes to their reply functionality, and the blogosphere went nuts. ReadWriteWeb has an interesting piece on the announcement, with their main concern being discovery: While recommendations are interesting, I’d like to use my […]

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