Google Reader just released some new features, including “magic”! Basically, they have added another item beneath the “People You Follow” section called “Explore”. In the Explore section, there are two goodies. First is “Popular Items” which seems to list items with lots and lots of “likes”: Now you don’t have to be embarrassed about missing […]

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Finally, the major search engines will be getting access to Twitter data. First, we heard that Microsoft’s Bing was getting access. The cool part of this announcement was the fact that the search service was almost immediately available and can be tried out at http://www.bing.com/twitter. Shortly after that announcement, Google also announced they would have […]

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I have mentioned on this blog that I was not a fan of the mobile location network applications like BrightKite, FourSquare, Gowalla and others. My thinking was that posting my location to various services had no purpose. The highly connected early adopters love these applications because they never know who may be near by to […]

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I do not write guest posts as much anymore, and I do not contribute to other sites too often. So, when it happens, I like to let you know. First, if you are not reading WorkAwesome.com, you absolutely should be. It is a new blog from the Envato network that is meant for people in […]

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Over the past week, there has been an interesting thread being talked about in software development. It started with a blog post by Ted Neward where he quoted Billy Hollis as saying: Agile is treating the symptoms, not the disease. Here, the agile being talked about is a reference to agile software development processes. Agile […]

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