As I have said several times before, I am an information addict. I have Google Reader open all day, and FriendFeed open most of the day (except when I really need to get work done). I must admit that I love you Google Reader. However, there are a few issues we need to work on. […]

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In the past week we have seen some interesting developments from Google. Inquisitr calls the social gadgets on iGoogle a “stealth attack against Facebook”: You see, very quietly Google has been working in the background on their social initiative and now as they start to roll out more and more of the smaller parts that […]

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The news has been all about the Facebook purchase of FriendFeed. I have already talked about that, but there was bigger news in the software development world. VMware bought SpringSource, and as a java software developer it is my duty to talk about this. The linked story has the perfect quote for why this deal […]

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So, the news of the FriendFeed purchase by Facebook has spread very quickly. Now, we need to ask the question of why. Why did Facebook buy FriendFeed when they have been “stealing” features for quite some time? In that post two months ago, I mentioned that FriendFeed is innovating and we would see what the […]

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Unless you live under a rock, you have heard that there were massive DDOS attacks that affected Twitter, Facebook and a few other sites. The sites affected had varying degrees of success in staying functional, but Twitter seemed to be the hardest hit. Given that Twitter was having issues for most of the day, many […]

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