The more things change, the more they stay the same. This weekend we saw Michael Arrington raise a ruckus due to the “mob behavior” on FriendFeed. He states that FriendFeed is an example of what is wrong on the internet because all of the comments are together and that gives rise to a mob quicker. […]

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If you read any of the tech blogs, you will have seen various posts regarding Facebook’s announcement of “more ways to share”. Most of these posts greet the announcement as something great that has been done because Facebook is almost finally, completely open. Yes, Facebook just gave us more ways to share, they just forgot […]

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Facebook had two totally separate announcements recently that did not sounds like a huge deal. First, there was the multi-query capability or batch queries for database people. That is a nice little feature, but it does not sound like big news. We’ve just released a new Platform API method, fql.multiquery, which lets you send a […]

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Readers of this blog have probably noticed the lack of political or religious content regardless of what is happening in the world. I try to avoid topics like these because they are extremely polarizing. Most of the time, people on both sides of the argument have valid points, and there is no clear answer. For […]

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I normally start my day by reading my RSS feeds and checking my blog stats and assorted other things. Imagine my surprise this morning when I checked my blog subscriber count. I glanced at the number and was shocked that it was almost double. I figured there was something being double counted, so I continued […]

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