Image by photopia / HiMY SYeD via Flickr Technology (and technology news) tends to be cyclical. So this week, we are seeing some “old” news resurface. I already dealt with the possible Twitter acquirers yesterday. Today is the “RSS is dead again” problem. It started with Steve Gillmor proclaiming RSS is replaced with Twitter: It’s… Read More RSS Is Not Dead, It Has A Usability Problem
Yes, it is that time again, I have another guest post on LouisGray.com! Basically, many early adopters read TechCrunch, ReadWriteWeb and Mashable for much of their tech news. A post was shared on FriendFeed where the blogger was complaining because nothing exciting was going on in technology, only Google and iPhone stories. Given that this… Read More Yet Another Guest Post: What News Are You Reading?
I am not sure if I can be truly termed an early adopter, but I am using sites that early adopters are using. I wrote about FriendFeed in my last post. Today I am writing about Twitter. I was going to write how Twitter would not gain mainstream acceptance. Then, I saw the article on… Read More Why Twitter Will Go Mainstream