Last year I attempted to describe what I would be doing with this blog. I am not going to do that this year as I prefer a more fluid approach. Planning what I want to write for this blog is hard because it is a commentary on current tech news in many cases. So I […]

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Last year, I wrote about the ten most talked about posts of 2008 on this blog, and I figured it would be a good idea again for 2009. This list contains the posts with the most number of comments. Some of these are the same as those with the most page views, but some are […]

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So, I was looking at last December’s posts to determine if I had written a standard 2009 predictions post. Instead of finding that, I found that I had written a post regarding the blog community widgets needing to work together. It was written in response to the Google FriendConnect and Facebook Connect widgets being released […]

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Yesterday, Richard MacManus of ReadWriteWeb wrote about the RSS reader market being in disarray. One of the interesting trends of 2009 has been the gradual decline of RSS Readers as a way for people to keep up with news and niche topics. Many of us still use them, but less than we used to. Richard […]

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You may have heard of a new site called Simler. Wait. You haven’t? Well, the first thing you should do is check Louis Gray’s latest coverage of the site. Why should you check this out? Well, Louis has written three posts on Simler, and normally when you get that much coverage from Louis, you are […]

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